Last year’s event saw more than 500 machines turn out to try the Parkitt Racing mobile dyno – and it will be back again this year, so you can see just how many horses your bike actually pushes out on the back wheel.
Have a look at the new Royal Enfields, check out the new Triumphs on their mobile display truck, listen to rock ’n’ roll trio Slickshift ’56, cast an eye over some of Lloyd Dickenson’s race bikes, including his new Roc YZR500 V4 Yamaha and, most importantly, enjoy a cracking breakfast!
In fact, Team Roberts, which will be running the Triumph stand, will have a Bonneville demonstrator for Big Breakfasters to sample, should they wish. You’ll need to be minimum 26 years old, have held a full licence for at least one year and have no more than one speeding offence. You’ll need also to show both parts of your driving licence and sign an insurance excess form – just in case you decide to throw it down the road!
Try out new bikes at the Classic Bike Guide What’s more, if that’s not enough, Jim Allen Motorcycles will be bringing a demonstrator Bullet or two for any potential buyers to get a feel for.Enjoy more Classic Bike Guide reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.