Beaulieu National Motor Museum to Host First-Ever Bikers’ Day

The first-ever Bikers’ Day at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, Hampshire has been announced and is set for July

Beaulieu Bikers' Day

Beaulieu, the Hampshire village home to the National Motor Museum, has announced its first Bikers’ Day.

Scheduled for 6 July, the Beaulieu Bikers’ Day will invite motorcycle fans as both participants and visitors. Participants will be able to park their motorcycle in the grounds of the National Motor Museum for display, with motorcycles of all styles, makes, and models welcome.

In addition, the National Motor Museum will provide a fleet of historic bikes for start-ups. The line-up will include a Rudge-Whitworth, which was ridden to victory by Graham Walker in the 1928 Ulster Grand Prix, and the Honda RC 162 which was ridden by Mike Hailwood and was victorious in the 1961 Isle of Man TT. Other bikes that will be started up include a 1975 Kawasaki H1R, ridden by Mick Grant, and a 1961 BSA Super Rocket cafe racer.

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. DocBike, a charity which works to eradicate motorcycle deaths through engagement and education as well as roadside critical care, will also be present.

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Tickets to the event are £10 per person whether purchasing in advance or on the day.  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. Admission includes access to the whole of the Beaulieu attraction, including the National Motor Museum and its new ‘Streets Ahead’ exhibition.

Motorcycle clubs are also welcome and can book group spaces. 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.