Still going strong in its 70th year, the Vintage Motorcycle Club’s Banbury Run is back in action on Sunday 17th June.
Open to all vintage and veteran motorcycles manufactured before 31st December 1930, there is bound to be shining examples of classic bikes from every era as the convoy make their way from The British Motor Museum to Banbury. Hailed as the biggest gathering of pre-1931 vehicles, it is certainly not an event to miss.
The British Motor Museum will be open from 9am but the first bikes will be departing from the grounds at 10am.
Entrants and visitors to the run will be granted FREE Museum entry, so you will be able to explore the world’s largest collection of historic British cars at your own leisure.
There will be an array of viewing areas for spectators to observe the scope of bikes before they leave the grounds to begin the Run. Riders will be spoiled for choice by the variety of autojumble pitches (over 100), where you can browse and purchase spare parts for your project.
Why not make a weekend of the event and camp in the grounds of the British Motor Museum? A unique experience for a (discounted) advance price of £26 per pitch for 1 night. If you’d like to stay for 2 or 3 nights the price is £34.
If you’re more spontaneous and decide on the day to pitch up your tent, the prices are £31 per pitch for 1 night or £40 for either 2 or 3 nights. You can book your camping space online.
Adult entry is £8.00 (in Advance) or £10.00 (on entry)
Child tickets are £8.00 (in Advance) or £9.00 (on entry)
You can purchase your tickets to the event on the British Motor Museum website, here.
If you decide to book through the telephone there will be an additional fee of £1.50.