Welsh Classic Motorcycle Festival to host 'non-stop track action'

May 20, 2022

If you are looking for a perfect excuse for jumping on the bike and heading out to the coast for a bag of chips, burger or ice cream, May 28/29 will see Classic Bike Trackdays take to the tarmac at the Anglesey Circuit for a weekend of classic non-stop track action at the Welsh Classic Motorcycle Festival.

The WCMF will also host to the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club and their National Welsh Classic show celebrating their 40th Anniversary with a wall-to-wall display of fantastic machines from their many members and private entries - you can bet it will be something quite exceptional!

With two days of continuous track action you will be in for a treat as hundreds of classic machines including rare and exotic race bikes are put through their paces in the habitat they belong; out on the tarmac. 

The fun continues into Saturday night and there is a treat in store for all racing fans with our three star guests.

Hosted by the ever popular and incredibly successful racer Steve Parrish, Alex George (3 times TT winner and the man who beat Hailwood at the 1979 TT, and Honda France Bol d’Or 24 Hr team rider) and Mike “Spike” Edwards (seven times class champion, road racer, five times podium world endurance rider, ACU coach and direct access instructor) take to the stage to kick the evening off with stories of derring do from their very successful racing careers.

What better way to cap the evening off than with a great classic rock band and The Second Sons are just that. Finishing off Saturday’s entertainment the band will be keeping the atmosphere going for the crowd with a few sets taking us all into the small hours.

Visitors’ tickets will be available on the gate;

  • Saturday / Weekend tickets just £20.00 includes all entertainment and camping
  • Sunday Only £10.00
  • Under 16s have free entry

For more info head over to the website: 

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Sam Hewitt

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