March plays host to a number of interesting classic motoring events across the UK and beyond. Below we have noted some of our favourites, from an intimate dinner talk with the iconic Harry Sherrand to Techno Classica, one of the largest indoor classic car events in the world!
Showcasing an impressive spread of classic bikes from across the ages, this fun and action-packed event is suitable for any bike enthusiast or owner. A bike jumble sale will give you the opportunity to grab a bargain, and a number of trade experts will be in attendance to help you with any queries relating to your classic bike.
Discussing his incredible motoring pursuits from across the decades, Harry Sherrad gives his time and insights to an intimate crowd at Goodwood this March. As well as the opportunity to gain in-depth information about Harry’s amazing adventures, you also enjoy a 3 course meal and welcome drink as part of the package. Get your ticket quickly! This is expected to sell out fast.
Possibly one of the most popular indoor classic vehicle events in the world, Techno Classica doesn’t hold back when it comes to delivering an entertaining classic car experience. Featuring over 1200 exhibitors from 30 nations and almost 200,000 visitors across the 5 days, this is a truly extraordinary event that won’t disappoint.
The Kent Big Weekend is a fun family friendly event offering a number of fantastic experiences, including access to the intriguing Dover Transport Museum. While this isn’t strictly a classic motoring event, there is an opportunity to explore transport through the ages via a variety of activities, as well as access to a nearby campsite for all of you ‘outdoorsy types’.
Back for its 7th year, this fantastic bike show features over 750 bikes from across the eras, including a number of restored classics and incredible race bikes. Enthusiasts will attend in abundance, and trade stalls will be set up for any bikers to get the parts, advice or contacts he or she requires.
As the UK’s fastest growing classic car event, The Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show attracts over 25,000 motoring enthusiasts each year, as well as an array of trade stands, entertainment, project cars and restoration demonstrations. This year, the Triumph Dolomite Club will be taking on a special rescue challenge, a rare Saab 92 prototype will make its UK debut, and some surprise motoring celebrities will be on hand to interact with guests and take part in fun and exhilarating challenges.
If you’d like to purchase a new outfit for one of these events or need to restore or work on part of your car before attending, you can view a range of clothing, parts, electricals and maintenance essentials on our website.