Celebrity judges announced for Britain's Got Biking Talent

Published: 21 July 2009

MCN and Carole Nash's search for the UK’s best bikes has just begun – and these are the men who’ll be deciding whether you and your bike deserve a turn in the limelight. 

They’re not design queens or subscribers to any custom cult – they’re just mad about bikes and know a good ’un when they see one. They’re dying to see your pride and joy, so upload it now by clicking here

If you’re one of the first 500 you’ll even get an Oxford Magnimate sidestand puck, plus one of the 500 picked at random will receive nearly £300 worth of Oxford Lifetime soft luggage!     

Ross Noble


Ross Noble
Britain’s funniest biker toured Australia on a GS, loves sportsbikes and supermotos and recently interrupted his UK tour to take a lap of the TT under instruction of Milky Quayle.

 

Si King


Hairy Biker Si King
 
Britain’s hairiest biker turned his first bike (a Yamaha XS650) into a chopper (a recurring passion), owns a GS and says he’ll have to earn a lot more dosh before he considers himself a proper celebrity.

 

Nick Sanders


Nick Sanders

Britain’s barmiest round-the-world biker has over eleventy million miles under his belt and has lapped the planet on everything from a 500cc Enfield to an R1. Sees a glimmer of greatness in everything.

 

How to enter
1) Upload your bike’s pics (and video if you like) plus spec to www.motorcyclenews.com/BGBT by August 14 2009.
2) Our judges pick the top 10 bikes in each category.
3) MCN readers vote online to decide the top 12 bikes that’ll feature in Carole Nash’s next calendar and the overall winner.

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