Gathering interest from around the world, the first ever Rickman Enthusiasts’ Day will be held at the famous Sammy Miller Museum in Hampshire on June 23.
With the Rickman brothers, Don and Derek, both attending, the idea is to gather as many Rickman motorcycles in one place as possible and to invite the family and local ex-factory workforce along too.
Trophies will be awarded by the brothers for various classes on the day, and there will be fundraising for two charities nominated by Don and Derek – the Hampshire Air Ambulance and the local Oakhaven Hospice.
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The event will run from 10am-4pm and the museum will also be open to the public throughout the day.
Everyone is welcome, while Rickman motorcycles are welcomed on the forecourt of the museum and, to be eligible for judging, you can register your Rickman by contacting Russ Gannicott at [email protected].
There will be a registration fee of £6 (proceeds to charities), although entry to the Rickman display will be free, while museum admission fees will apply.
There’ll be lots of space for parking, with food and refreshments available. For further information and updates, visit the Facebook page ‘Rickman Enthusiasts’ Day 2019’.
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