New venue for Wroughton Classic bike show

Largest UK classic bike show changes name and venue

Posted: 2 July 2009
by Visordown News

One of the newest and fastest growing classic bike shows in the UK has announced a late change of venue for Summer 2009.

But it's not moving far. Formerly the Wroughton Classic Show and originally occupying the Science Museum's Wroughton Airfield site, the Show is moving this summer to The Liddington, a prestige 155 acre location only five miles away, but even closer to Junction 15 of the M4 motorway. The show will take places at The Liddington, near Swindon, Wilts, August 1st-2nd 2009

In just three years from its founding in 2006 the Show has grown to become the largest in the UK, attracting over 3,000 classic vehicles and more than 25,000 visitors last year.

Now, with a new headline sponsor the show is entitled The Adrian Flux Classic Car and Bike Show and can offer extra facilities for family visitors and enthusiasts.


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