The London International Classic and Custom Show at Alexandra Palace, North London will be back for the third year in just a few days time and in 2012 will be bigger than ever.
Described by our sponsors BSH as the number one custom show in the UK we are proud to announce that the scope of the event will be further extended to include the classic bike and custom & hot rod fraternities. The venue is 99% full with over 200 superb custom and classic bikes on display plus a special custom car and hot rod feature in the Great Hall. Not to mention the 70 or so trade exhibitors converging from all over Europe including many of the biggest names in the custom bike world, for a full list please log on to our website www.liccs2012.com
Once again LICCS enjoys affiliation to the AMD World championship of Custom Bike Building which means that the machine adjudged overall best in show will win its builder the not insignificant prize of a trip to Sturgis, South Dakota next August, where he or she will be able to enter their pride and joy into the AMD World Championship. Last years winner at Ally Pally finished second in the world overall to a custom bike from Japan.
We also have a mouth watering array of classics booked in for display from 1930’s machines to the modern Japanese classics of the 1990’s plus several owners clubs including Vincent OC, AJS & Matchless, Old Skool Yamaha and many more. Plus a special hot rod and custom car section with vehicles from The National Street Rod Association, The A602’ers from Stevenage and The London Motor Museum who will be bringing an excellent selection of rods n chops.
If you are planning to visit rather than participate you will find plenty going on throughout the weekend to keep you entertained. In addition of the custom and classic bike show; hot rod and custom car feature, concours competition, club stands and associated trade stands, there will also be live music and entertainment for the duration, which should keep things rolling along nicely.
The London International Classic and Custom Show takes place at Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, London, N22 7AY over the weekend of Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th February 2012. Gates open between 10am and 5pm each day with last entry at 4pm. Adult tickets cost £15 over 60’s £12, under 14’s £5 and family tickets for 2 adults and 3 kids £36. There are 3,000 free car parking spaces at Ally Pally and courtesy coaches run from Wood Green Tube and Alexandra Palace over ground stations straight to the doors of the venue.