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28 March 2014, 14:07
Bennetts to support two of Britain’s hottest racing prospects following nationwide talent search
28 November 2008, 01:06
Britain’s best custom bikes, as voted for by thousands of UK motorcyclists, are set to be revealed this Thursday (November 27th) as Britain’s Got Biking Talent climaxes at the Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show. Organised by Carole Nash, the UK’s biggest bike insurance specialist, and bikers’ bible Motor Cycle News, the competition attracted hundreds of entries and nearly 20,000 votes from the great British biking public. The entries that flooded in from across the nation spanned the biking spectrum pitting custom against classic, racer against roadster. Now the day of reckoning is drawing near after the judges – who included MCN editor Marc Potter, controversial Daily Telegraph and MCN columnist, Kevin Ash and top UK customiser Roger Allmond – whittled down the top 50 bikes voted for by the public to the winning dozen.