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Britain’s Got Biking Talent 2010 – now it’s up to you

Today (Wednesday 25th August) sees the great British biking public having its say on who owns the nation’s most magnificent motorcycles as voting opens in Britain’s Got Biking Talent with Carole Nash.

The bike ballot comes after a celebrity judging panel whittled down hundreds of entries to just ten machines in each of the competition’s categories. Biking adventurer Charley Boorman, Red Dwarf star Danny-John Jules and custom bike genius Jon Quantrell have selected the best Sports, Classic, Choppers & Customs, Streetfighters, Concours & Restored and Street Modified machines to be put to the vote.

Just two motorcycles in each category will make it through to the competition’s grand finale at the Carole Nash Motorcycle Live, at the NEC in November. There they will feature on a special BGBT stand to be admired by tens of thousands of fellow bikers at the UK’s biggest bike show – and learn if they’ve won the ultimate accolade. The overall winner will be announced on Motorcycle Live’s opening day (Saturday 27 November) and will ride off with a VIP package to a European Moto GP of their choice courtesy of Pole Position Travel. This fabulous prize includes not just grandstand seats but flights, accommodation, paddock pass and more.

The second placed bike will earn its owner a trip for two to the French Battlefields with MCi Tours (or £500 off a fly-ride package) whilst third prize is an adrenaline fuelled track day at a Club MSV UK circuit.

All twelve finalists will also have their bikes professionally photographed and feature in Carole Nash’s calendar, a well established biking treat which hangs on the walls of some 150,000 bikers across the UK and Ireland

But first the public has to have its say in Britain’s biggest biking ballot – last year over 20,000 votes were cast before Tony Norton’s JPS liveried Norton NRS finally triumphed. To cast your vote simply visit before the polls close on 29 September.

Britain’s Got Biking Talent is now in its fourth year. Sponsored by Carole Nash, the UK and Ireland’s favourite motorcycle insurance specialist, and run in conjunction with MotorCycle News, it celebrates ordinary bikers’ extraordinary bikes.

Editor’s Note:

  1. Carole Nash was ranked as the UK’s 38th biggest UK insurance broker in August 2009 by Insurance Times magazine and employs over 300 staff in the UK and Ireland. It provides insurance for some 300,000 classic, vintage, modern, custom and off road motorcycles – around 20 percent of all licensed machines. Its market-leading status has also been confirmed by the independent bikers’ survey, RiDER Power, which has found the company the Most Used Broker in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. The company is also a leading player in the classic car sector with its portfolio also spanning modern car, van, military vehicle, travel and home insurance.


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Carole Nash Insurance Consultants, Trafalgar House, Manchester Road, Altrincham, WA14 1NU

Contact: Dawn Holmes T: 0161 927 2426     Email:

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