The VMCC is holding its Festival of 1000 Bikes at Mallory Park on 8th & 9th July 2006. It will be a special event to celebrate 60 years of the VMCC.
There will be an opportunity for VMCC members to ride their bikes in up to 5 track sessions over the weekend. Non VMCC members will also be able to ride in track sessions and there will be other attractions as well as an autojumble. Entry forms are not yet available and it will be up to individuals to enter the event. The SOC has been invited to have a stand in the Avenue of Clubs. This will be a wonderful opportunity to show people Scotts in action and to increase the exposure of the marque.
I am prepared to organise the club stand at this event. I expect we will need a representative selection of models and some information about the club and what it can offer. There will be a need for the stand to be manned throughout the weekend. Would those interested in helping please contact me either at my address inside the front cover of Yowl or at firstname.lastname@example.org
VMCC FESTIVAL OF 1000 BIKES 8/9TH JULY AT MALLORY PARK
I now have some further details about this event. I have reserved a space in the Avenue of Clubs for the Scott Owners’ Club. I would hope to have a representative selection of Scotts from veteran to Birmingham as well as a Silk. Would members wishing to display their bikes contact me, my address and phone number is in Yowl. The success of the stand will depend on members support so please make an effort to attend. I shall be given 8 free weekend passes in total for these people. There will also be dedicated parking areas for those spectators who turn up on the day.
Entries for the track sessions close on 1st June and I believe the Sunday sessions are now fully subscribed. There will be other attractions over the weekend such as a pre 65 Trial, Grass Track and Sprint demonstrations as well as an Autojumble and a Racing Parade. There will be camping available and bars and entertainment on the Saturday evening.
One does not have to be a VMCC member to participate and further information is on the dedicated website http://www.vmcc.net.
I have entered my 2 Speeder and TT Replica for the track sessions and look forward to demonstrating the superiority of the Scott over other vintage motorcycles!