Early entry is advised for this year’s Golden Era Run being organised by the North East Section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club at the Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, near York, on Sunday, July 30.
Open to members of the VMCC, affiliated overseas clubs and the Sunbeam Motor Cycle Club only, the event is for motorcycles and three-wheelers built before 1931, but because of limited space at the museum, only 60 participants can be accepted.
Two optional circular routes will provide enjoyable opportunities for riders of even the earliest machines to experience the quiet, picturesque roads in the Vale of York, and when the riders return to the air museum they’ll be treated to a roast lunch and receive a memento of the event, all included in the entry fee.
Weather permitting, the motorcycles will be on display within the museum’s grounds at
the beginning and end of the run, but from around 11.30am, the machines will be seen and heard
at a refreshment stop at the Lakeside Cafe, Allerthorpe Lakeland Park, Melbourne Road, Allerthorpe, YO42 4RL.
For more information contact Graham Wilson on 0113 2176509, 07772 724078 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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