Wander through 200 acres of classics

MORE than 200 bikes dating back to 1911 will be on display at the Stroud Vintage Transport and Engine Club’s show this summer.

The event at South Cerney Airfield in Cirencester, Glouc over the weekend of August 2-4 is now in its 45th year and is one of the biggest steam, vintage transport and countryside events in the UK.

The sprawling show site covers around 200 acres of an ex-wartime airfield and one of the largest display areas is the motorcycle section.


Among the marques on display are Honda, Cotton, Meteor, Yamaha, Harley-Davidson, Moto Guzzi, AJS, James, Triumph, Royal Enfield, Rudge, Baker, BMW, Norton, Velocette, Panther, Francis Barnett, Matchless and Greeves.

There will also be a selection of Lambretta scooters and the welcome return of the BSA Bantam Club.

Cotton, based in nearby Gloucester, will be well represented thanks to the Cotton Owners’ and Enthusiasts’ Club showing off competition, road and trials bikes.


The show also features classic cars, traction engines, fairground rides, big band performances and a Wall of Death. Visit www.glosvintageextravaganza.co.uk

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