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Ride Out to Brooklands Motorcycle Show - 3rd July 26/05/2016

ONE FOR THE DIARY!

Sunday 3rd July

Ace Cafe London Brooklands Ride-Out!
Departs 9.30am

Brooklands once again comes alive with motorcycles and the sights, sounds and smells of speed, with the all new Brooklands Motorcycle Show, held at the world's first purpose built motor racing track, and home of the now legendary "Gold Star" (awarded at Brooklands for achieving sustained speeds of at least 100mph, the ton!), from 10am on Sunday 3rd July 2016

In addition to the planned manufacturer displays and stands, and with Ace Cafe London, the legendary 59 Club, the latest and historic bikes, club and trade stands, this inaugural show includes with special guest, motorcycle and truck-racing legend, Steve Parrish, and is the main Brooklands Museum motorcycle event of the year
 
A "Brooklands Burn Up" Ride-Out departs from the Ace at 9.30am on Sunday 3rd July.
 
Clip-ons, Rear-sets and Swept-backs - England Expects!
 
Route:
A406 West to Hanger Lane & A40
A40 West to M25
M25 South to Exit/Junction 11
Chertsey/Woking
 
Follow Brown "Heritage" signs - "Brooklands Museum"
http://www.brooklandsmuseum.com/index.php?/events/details/the-brooklands-motorcycle-show/

Gates open at 10am and standard Museum entry charges apply: Adults £11, Seniors/Students £10, Children (5-16) £6, Under 5s FREE, Family ticket £30 (2 adults & up to 3 children).

Visitor parking will be in The Heights off Wellington Way - please follow event signage.

Contact: Brooklands Museum  events@brooklandsmuseum.com  01932 857381

BROOKLANDS - the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, constructed at Weybridge, Surrey in 1907 - was more than a great sporting arena. Brooklands was the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation, home of Concorde and the site of many engineering and technological achievements throughout eight decades of the 20th century. Brooklands Museum Trust is an independent charitable trust.

www.brooklandsmuseum.com