|Event Name:||31st Annual Classic and Vintage Motorcycle Swap Meet & Show and Shine|
|Contact Email:||firstname.lastname@example.org||Event Date:||Sunday, April 23, 2017|
Hosted by Todd Copan and Family
Opens 10:00am till 4:00pm
The 2017 event will again be held at the AGRIPLEX building in the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, Sunday April 23rd, 2017. Cloverdale Agriplex
17798 62 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3S, Canada
For reservations and information call Todd Copan at 604-299-0020 or email us at email@example.com
Over 100 Vendor Booths featuring American, British, European, and Japanese parts and bikes. Everyone Welcome. Refreshments for the whole family.
BIGGEST EVENT OUR 31st YEAR:
Now in its 31st year, the Classic & Vintage Motorcycle Swap Meet and Show 'N Shine is the biggest event of its kind in Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest. Filling three halls of European, American and Japanese vintage motorcycle parts, the annual Classic and Vintage Swap Meet and Show 'N Shine has become a calendar fixture for motorcycle enthusiasts from all over North America and beyond.
Show 'N Shine:
Owners of all makes and styles of classic and vintage motorcycles are invited to participate in the Show 'N Shine, and awards will be presented in ten different classes, including Best in Show and People’s Choice.
Classic and vintage bikes are on display in our annual Show 'N Shine.
The Show 'N Shine is open to motorcycles that meet the requirements of a “Collector” or
“Vintage” plate in BC.
All motorcycles MUST have and show proof of current and valid insurance to be eligible to enter the Show 'N Shine. NO custom paint jobs or heavily modified bikes will be allowed. There are NO early admission privileges with a Show 'N Shine motorcycle. We reserve the right to disqualify any motorcycle from the Show 'N Shine.
NO custom paint jobs or modifications allowed.
We reserve the right to disqualify any motorcycle from the Show 'N Shine.
The protocol to register your bike in the Show 'N Shine.
We do not take pre-registrations for the Show 'N Shine.
There is NO early admission privileges with a Show 'N Shine motorcycle.
The procedure is all done the day of the show. I recommend you be at the admission gate by 9:30. When we open at 10:00 am you MUST pay your regular admission and get your hand stamp. Proceed and we will have a Show 'N Shine registration table set up. To register you must show your hand stamp! We take the first 50 bikes and/or cut off the registration at noon. All bikes must stay in the judging area until the awards at 3:30 pm.
So come on and show us what you got.
Thank you for your interest in our event and the best of luck for an award.
SWAP MEET for 2017
Adult $10.00 taxes included. Children twelve and under are free.
Throwback price, decades of history for just $10 admission.
For reservations and information call Todd Copan at 604-299-0020 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is open to parts, bikes and memorabilia pertaining to PRE 1986 American and ALL years of British, European and Japanese brands.
If you are not sure, please email or call. 604-299-0020 or email@example.com
Featured Bike - 1926 PARAGON-VILLIERS
This excellent example of someone’s 1st bike was sold by Fred Deeley Motor Cycles of 563 W. Broadway in Vancouver. These motor bikes were basically “kits” manufactured by Sun Cycle in England using a Sun frame with a Villiers Mk VIIIC 147cc 2 stroke motor mated to an Albion 2 speed gearbox and featuring Druid front forks. They were shipped to Vancouver where they were “Assembled” and sold as stated on the preserved fork neck decal.
This bike recently resurfaced after being parked in 1931 due to what was now found to be a faulty magneto condenser. Terry Frounfelker, the proud owner, is believed to be the third owner as he purchased the bike from David Johnson, who had purchased the bike from the original owner’s son in 1971. With less than a $100 in parts and some much need attention the little Villiers came to life again after being silent for 83 years.
It is wonderful this snap shot of motorcycling in the mid 1920’s survived as many bikes of this period were turned into war armament for WW2.