Bikers everywhere will be kick-starting their engines on Sunday 15th July and heading for the third annual Motorcycle Ride-In Day at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu. The event has gone from strength to strength and last year’s ride-in attracted over 4,000 biking enthusiasts.
If you’re a bike owner, get involved and bring your bike down to Beaulieu for the day to display in the attraction’s picturesque parkland. Beaulieu was voted one of ‘Britain’s Top Ten Biking Destinations’ by keepbritainbiking.com in 2010. Meet other like-minded enthusiasts, view the stunning range of bikes on display and enjoy everything that the Beaulieu attraction has to offer. An award will be presented to the best bike in show with the winner receiving a coveted Beaulieu Trophy.
Watch a thrilling acrobatic stunt display performed by a professional stunt show team in the Beaulieu Arena.
Browse a number of trade stands selling accessories, clothing, parts and all the latest biking gadgets and snap up some great biking bargains. Or take a stand in the Trunk Traders area for an opportunity to clear out the garage and sell motorcycling wares from the boot of your car or panniers of your bike.
Motorcycle owners can be part of the display in the Beaulieu Arena at a great rider, bike & pillion advance ticket entry of only £6 per person. On the day ticket prices are £10 rider and bike, and £5 pillion. Buy in advance for fast track entry until 13th July by telephone on 01590 612888 or online at beaulieushop.co.uk
All other visitors should enter via Visitor Reception at Beaulieu’s standard admission rates.
If you have motorcycle accessories to sell, why not take a stand? Uncovered stand prices start at £60 and Trunk Trader spaces are available to purchase from £15. For more information telephone the Beaulieu Events team on 01590 614614 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission to the event gives entry to the whole Beaulieu Attraction, which includes the National Motor Museum and its one-year-only exhibition BOND IN MOTION showcasing 50 original vehicles from the James Bond films, On Screen Cars with car stars from the TV and film world, World of Top Gear featuring genuine vehicles from the popular BBC motoring show, 13th century Beaulieu Abbey, and Palace House and gardens, home of the Montagu family since 1538.