Motorcyclists invited to join the first ever Beaulieu Bikers’ Day

Motorcyclists invited to join the first ever Beaulieu Bikers’ DayOwners of all motorbikes are invited to ride through the New Forest to join us for Beaulieu’s first ever Bikers’ Day on Saturday 6th July.

Attendees will be able to park their pride and joy in the grounds of the National Motor Museum where they can catch up with friends and fellow riders. Open to all makes and models, visitors can expect to see everything from cutting-edge sports bikes and robust cruisers to powerful three-wheelers and familiar classics.

Certain to attract the attention of enthusiasts, the sounds and smells of historic bike start-ups will fill the air as some awesome machines are brought out from National Motor Museum and revved into life. The line-up will include a 1928 Rudge-Whitworth, which was ridden to victory by Graham Walker in the 1928 Ulster Grand Prix and the 1961 Honda RC 162 which was ridden by Mike Hailwood and was victorious in the 1961 TT ride. Other bikes that will be started up include a 1975 Kawasaki h1R, ridden by Mick Grant and 1961 BSA Super Rocket ‘Café Racer’.

Tickets to the event are just £10 per participant both in advance and on the day, and admission includes access to the whole of the Beaulieu attraction, including the National Motor Museum and its new Streets Ahead exhibition transporting you back to mid-century Britain. Anyone booking an advance ticket before 2pm on Friday 21st June will be entered into the Advance Ticket Prize Draw for the chance to win a complimentary Friends of the National Motor Museum Trust annual pass worth £62.50 and other exciting prizes to be announced.

Motorbike clubs are welcome to join the fun of the day. To book a group space, email the Beaulieu Events team at least two weeks in advance of the event to reserve an area at the show. Those not part of a club but still wishing to park alongside friends can still do so but should arrive together with individual tickets.

Mental health support charity Mental Health Motorbike will also be supporting Beaulieu Bikers’ Day with a stand at the event. The charity aims to improve the wellbeing of the motorcycling community and invites visitors to pop along for a chat. Also attending the event will be DocBike, a charity which works to eradicate motorcycle deaths through engagement and education as well as roadside critical care.

Participant and visitor tickets for this event include entry to the whole of the Beaulieu attraction including the award-winning National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Palace House, it’s grounds and gardens, the 13th Century Beaulieu Abbey plus much more.

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