Motorcyclists invited to join the first ever Beaulieu Bikers’ Day at the National Motor Museum

The National Motor Museum in Beaulieu are calling upon motorcyclists of all kinds to join them for their first ever Bikers’ Day on Saturday, July 6.

As part of the event, a number of classic bikes will be taken out of the museum and fired up in the grounds. This includes a 1928 Rudge-Whitworth, ridden to victory in the 1928 Ulster Grand Prix, as well as a 1961 Isle of Man TT winning Honda RC162 four-cylinder, piloted by none other than Mike Hailwood.

Supercars at Beaulieu National Motor Museum

Tickets are £10 either in advance or on the day, with that fee also giving you access to the whole venue including the museum itself. Charities DocBike and Mental Health Motorbike will also be in attendance. For more, visit now.