Date: 08 June, 2014
Location: Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon
Fans of vintage and veteran machines rejoice! The largest gathering of vintage motorcycles is returning on June 8th 2014 and will once again bring together all of the world’s most beautiful vintage vehicles in the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon. Taking place over 64 acres of parkland less than 15 miles north of Banbury, the event is open to vintage and veteran vehicles that were manufactured before 1931, making this a real treat for fans of classic motorcycles.
So what can visitors expect? With over 600 machines on show, spectators can witness the bikers strut their stuff as they take their wheels out for a spin around the nearby countryside. The sights and sounds of these vintage bikes need to be experienced to be believed!
Those looking for an autojumble won’t find the VMCC lacking. With over 100 autojumble pitches, you’re sure to find that part your pride and joy needs, and what better way to meet fellow enthusiasts than having a chat over the mechanics of your bike. Onsite camping will also be available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, with food and drink available for all visitors.
This event is going to be a mechanic’s mecca, so make sure you don’t miss it. Footman James will be there, so come over and say hello!