Maxey Classic Car & Bike Show

Type:Classic Car / Bike Show

Morrell Lake, Quarry Lane, Maxey, Cambridgeshire, PE6 9EE
Maxey Classic Car & Bike Show

About

LOCAL CAR SHOW BACK AFTER 2 YEAR ABSENCE

One of the most popular regional car shows, the long established Maxey Classic Car & Bike Show is back after a 2 year absence. The show had to be cancelled in 2019 due to extreme weather conditions and, of course, last year due to the global pandemic Covid-19.

The show is being held on Saturday, August 14th at the picturesque lakeside venue in Maxey village. Now in it’s 20th year, the Maxey event promises to attract a large entry of two and four-wheel vehicles. A great day out for all the family, with live music from Paul Lake and the Blues band Liquor and Poker, real ale and gin bar, BBQ, doughnuts, Raceway Scaletrix and lots of fun for all the family. Admission is just £5 with free entry for exhibitors and under 14’s.

The show opens to the public at 11am with judging taking place between 1pm and 3.30pm. Once again, the difficult job of judging the winners is being handled by national motoring journalists.

Organised by the Maxey Charity Club, which started in 2001 the event has become increasingly wellknown over the years and continues to attract over 350 vehicles which include a wide range of classics, exotics like modern Ferraris, kit cars and 4x4’s and the classic motorcycle class which gets more popular each year.

Our motto is “If you drive it or ride it and you love it, come along and show it”. There is no need to book your vehicle in, just turn up on the day. We’d love to see you there!

For more information contact Gilly Chown on 01778 344476 or see our website: maxeyclassiccarandbikeshow.com

Map & Directions

Opening Times

11am - 4pm (14 Aug 2021)

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