One of our favourite European events is the MC Pecquencourt show which is held each March (this year it clashed with the Custom Chrome Europe show and I moaned about it for, oh, well, I’ve not really stopped yet…).
It’s a huge show with every aspect of motorcycling represented, but the centrepiece of the weekend is the Radical Custom Show, organised by Nicolas Chauvin, builder of some rather fine motorcycles over the years. Nicolas would like to invite more British bikes, so if you have a machine that you think would stand muster in the show – the criteria is that it must be original and/or radical – then get in touch with him.
To be in with a chance to enter, send photographs of your bike, with spec and a copy of the V5 before 20th February 2011 to
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your bike is selected then, trust me, you’re in for a great time. MC Pecquencourt treats its guests like royalty – they will pay for your fuel and ferry, put you and a guest up in a hotel for three nights and feed you absolutely magnificent food. You can see why I grumbled so much about missing this year’s show.
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