For you Down-under riders, Motorclassica, Australia’s premier annual exhibition of unique, collectible, classic, exotic, vintage, veteran and historically significant cars and motorcycles, has attracted its biggest 2-wheeled entry yet for this year’s event at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building on 24-26 October. Contemporary manufacturers Triumph, Indian, BMW, MV Augusta and Benelli will have their latest wares on display while drawing on their storied past for Motorclassica’s informed and engaged audience.
“There’s no question that interest in rare and collectible motorcycles has increased markedly in recent years and the entry in Motorclassica 2014 reflects that, but equally we are delighted to be able to welcome so many current manufacturers to the show this year,” Event Director Paul Mathers said.
At least 40 significant motorcycles will compete in Motorclassica’s Concours d’Elegance, while contemporary, classic collectible and customised bikes will all be available for purchase from a record attendance of retailers. The iconic Melbourne Royal Exhibition Building will see more than 150 cars and motorcycles on show inside its 19th century halls, plus another 200 cars and motorcycles over the weekend in the adjacent Lorbek ‘Club Sandwich’ food-themed club displays. Additional info is available at www.motorclassica.com.au.
Posted by: Sam Kanish