Clas­sic Cad­well Park!

July 11-12

Classic Motorcycle Mechanics - - NEWS & EVENTS -

If you’re in­spired to ride on track by our re­cent Welsh Clas­sic Fes­ti­val adventure at An­gle­sey (see page 38) there’s still time to get on the Clas­sic Bike Track­days event at Cad­well Park in July. Formed in 2011, CBT pro­vides a real, fun taste of try­ing your bike out on track – in a safe and con­trolled en­vi­ron­ment. Af­ter all, th­ese beau­ties weren’t just made to be looked at! Rob and Darin re­alised that there wasn’t any­one out there giv­ing us clas­sic bike rid­ers the chance to en­joy a slightly less fre­netic ex­pe­ri­ence out on track, so they de­cided to form Clas­sic Bike Track­days. Clas­sic Bike Track­days events are open to any­one with a bike built be­fore 1995 or con­sid­ered to be within the spirit of the events (Ber­tie’s turned up on stuff from the late 1990s, so they are re­laxed rules.) So, whether it’s a Ja­panese two-stroke, or an oil-cooled di­nosaur, Ital­ian V-twin thor­ough­bred or Bri­tish thumper – all are wel­come. Top-notch in­struc­tion is avail­able through­out the day from pro­fes­sional ACU qual­i­fied in­struc­tors (oh, and Paul Ber­ry­man…) And most days Griff Wool­ley is on hand with his wiz­ard span­ner­ing should your steed give you any is­sues. With this event over two days, there are 11 hours of track-time up for grabs and Cad­well is just about the most won­der­ful place to ride around: the first part is open, flow­ing and lush green, then from the moun­tain to across the fin­ish line it’s closed-in, fun and fran­tic – a bit like at­tack­ing the Death Star. For more go to: www.clas­sicbike­track­days.com Ne­wark Show­ground, Ne­wark, Notts NG24 2NY www.clas­sicbikeshows.com, 01507 529529 Trans­port Show & Vil­lage Fete, GL54 3AS: www.naun­ton­clas­si­can­d­v­in­tage­trans­ports howand­fete.co.uk Ace Cafe, Ace Cor­ner, North Cir­cu­lar, Stone­bridge, www.ace-cafe-lon­don.com, 0208 961 1000 Sher­borne Cas­tle, New Road, Dorset, DT9 5NR 01935 812277

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