WHY CAN’T ALL TOWNS BE LIKE BRACKLEY?
Brackley is much like any other market town in Britain. Except for one day of the year when it morphs into a haven for motorcyclists. The Northamptonshire town is home to the Brackley Festival of Motorcycling and sees bikes from the past and the present parade through its streets. The event started in 2008, but it’s grown considerably every year and is now the biggest event of its kind in the UK.
There is a huge display of race bikes from 1960s stunners to today’s topnotch British Superbikes machines.
Taking place this Sunday (August 14), the festival also serves up worldclass stunt shows from the incredible Steve Colley and the Broke FMX team, classic trials, supermoto and scrambling displays, café racer and custom
Make a date with the Northants town this Sunday as it gets set for world-class stunt shows and incredible bike parades The event started in 2008 and it’s grown bigger and bigger every year
competitions plus a huge range of new models from all the major manufacturers – it’s definitely one of the best biking festivals in the UK.
There is also a large family fun fair, wall of death, family-friendly food court, trade stands, rock-a-billy live band Josie & The Outlaws and Brackley’s bustling mix of shops, coffee bars and restaurants. Tickets are £7.50 on the gate for more information see: www. brackleyfestivalofmotorcycling.co.uk
Rock-a-billy tunes with Josie & The Outlaws