Celebrating its milestone 70th year, the Vintage Motor Cycle Club Banbury Run will once again be hosted at the British Motor Museum on Sunday 17 June. Around 500 Veteran and Vintage motorcycles will ride out from the Museum on various circular routes. Regarded as the largest gathering of pre-1931 motorcycles & 3-wheelers in the world, the Banbury Run is geared towards those who enjoy the thrill of riding with other Vintage, Veteran & Pioneer bikes.
In addition to the Run, there will also be Club and Trade Stands, over 100 Autojumble pitches and special interest displays within the Museum grounds. Camping is also available on the Saturday and Sunday night for a discounted advance price of £26 per pitch for 1 night or £34 per pitch for 2 or 3 nights.
Tom Caren, Show Manager at the British Motor Museum stated "Celebrating its 70th anniversary just goes to prove how immensely popular the Banbury Run is. Seeing hundreds of vintage motorcycles ride together is a motoring spectacle that deserves to continue to flourish."
The Museum will be open from 9am - 5pm with the Run beginning at 10am. Riders will start at 5 per minute. This years event is being supported by the Banbury Major who will be in attendance. Spectator tickets for the Run cost £8 in advance or £10 on the day for adults and concessions, children cost £8 advance or £9 on the day. All tickets include entry to the Museum and Collections Centre.
To find out more about the Banbury Run visit http://www.banbury-run.co.uk for more information on the British Motor Museum please visit http://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk or call 01926 641188.