Ian Loram will be showing 10 bikes from his jaw-dropping collection at this year’s Classic Bike Live event at Peterborough Arena on October 28/29, while current Norton boss Stuart Garner is bringing a further selection of machines. Visitors to the show, sponsored by Footman James, will be able to see Ian’s 1926 Maudes Trophy winning Model 19 combination, a 1927 Model CJ (Camshaft Junior), a 1928 cammy CS1 racer and a 1929 ES2 restored by the late Doctor George Cohen. From the ’30s, there’ll be a 1935 Model 20 twin-port and the 1937 Model 35 twin port that won best single at the Norton gathering at the 100th anniversary TT in 2007. Completing the line-up of Ian’s bikes are a ’56 Featherbed International, ’63 Atlas Scrambler, ’77 MkIII Commando and ’88 Rotary Classic. It’s all looking good for the last big classic show of the year. Don’t miss it.