Beaulieu steps in to save Classic Bike Show

The National Motor Museum agrees to play host to Wroughton Classic Bike Show

Posted: 15 July 2009
by Visordown News

THE NATIONAL Motor Museum at Beaulieu will host one of the UK's most popular Classic Car and Bike Shows on Sunday August 2nd 2009.

Originally called the Wroughton Classic, the show has become one of the fastest-growing events in the classic calendar. It had been in danger of cancellation after both the Wroughton venue and then a late change to nearby Liddington became unavailable to the organisers.

Now with classic car insurance specialists Adrian Flux as new headline sponsors the Adrian Flux Classic Car & Bike Show is set to retain its reputation as the leading southern-region gathering for historic and classic vehicles.

Tickets cost £16.75 per adult (reduced prices for children, seniors and families) and can be purchased on the day or in advance by visiting Visitors in classic vehicles (including all cars and bikes over 20 years old) can get in for £10 per person.

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