Bike Life Classics Day gets better all the time

Well over 500 motorcycles of all makes turned up for the third Bike Life Classics Day at the Sammy Miller Museum on June 25, raising more than £1000 for The Stars Appeal charity at Salisbury Hospital.

As can be seen from this wide-angle view, bikes of all shapes and sizes turned up for this year’s Bike Life Classics Day at the Sammy Miller Museum.

Six trophies were presented – four chosen by independent judges for the best bikes, and two by Bike Life Classics themselves, which this year were awarded to Sammy Miller himself and BRT Racing for their achievements above and beyond in promoting motorcycling to the next generation.

Allen Millyard and friends rode in on six of his creations, and the many other attractions included Norman White’s John Player Norton, a display of James Hillier’s TT bikes by Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing, two new Brough Superiors and the Viscount from Eric Patterson.

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