TOMCC at NEC Classic Bike Show

The TOMCC will be having a stand at the Classic Motorbike Show at the NEC, Birmingham (UK), on the 11 - 13 November 2016. The Club will be on stand 5-735 where you can join, pick up some merchandise, and learn more about what the Club can do for you.

For our Members there is an exclusive advance ticket offer giving £5 off the Sat/Sun door price. See the Exclusive Club Weekend Ticket Discount advert the October issue of Nacelle for details and discount codes.

There's a mouth-watering array of classic motorcycles on display at the Classic Motorbike Show. Take a nostalgic trip down memory lane and enjoy the motorbikes from years gone by. With around 300 motorcycles on display, every two-wheeled taste is catered for as once again, we pull out all the stops to showcase rare and exciting motorcycles ranging from the traditional Great British manufacturers, Japanese speed demons, Italian exotica, retro scooters and many more.

From the biggest classic brands such as the market leading show partner Meguiar’s, through to 'cottage industry' specialists and hundreds of smaller companies, traders and Bikejumblers. You will also find specialist engineering and restoration products/services. 'Rumble in the jumble!' In the Bikejumble you are sure to find that elusive deal, specialist service provider, specialist product, part, unique tool, accessory, book, picture, painting, brochure, badge, etc, etc, etc.

Call 0844 854 1354 or book online at

* The Club single ticket offer is limited to four tickets per member and the club family ticket offer is limited to one family ticket per member.  Don’t forget to hand in your ticket stub or print-at-home voucher to your club’s stand at the show so they benefit from a commission.  Calls cost 10ppm plus standard network charges.  All bookings are subject to a single transaction fee of £1.50.  Book before midnight on Monday 31st October to be automatically entered into a free prize draw to win a HERO Cup limited edition Zenith Open Face Chronomaster watch worth £7,000 (inc. VAT) courtesy of Hero Events.