The Vintage Motor Cycle Club
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club, with over 14,000 Members, united by a common appreciation of the engineering skills and vision of those who built the pioneer machines, has ensured that such machines are not preserved as lifeless exhibits in a museum, but are brought to life on frequent occasions in order that a new generation can marvel at the handiwork of the pioneers, and an older generation can once again view with nostalgia the machines they rode in days gone by.
PRESS RELEASE - COVID - 19
In accordance with government guidelines, and to preserve the wellbeing of our staff, VMCC Head Quarters has closed. We will hopefully reopen on the 14th April, unless otherwise instructed. The staff will be working from home and will have access to their e-mails, your patience and understanding is appreciated at this difficult.
Due to the rapidly changing Coronavirus situation and restrictions on large gatherings the VMCC Banbury Run has been moved to a new date on Sunday 16th August. This will be the 72nd running of the world’s largest gathering of pre-1931 veteran and vintage motorcycles.
All other details remain as originally planned and existing entrants will be contacted individually; there is now plenty of time to enter for those that have no already done so. This new date of course is still subject to the how the pandemic will develop and any new or revised Government guidance on social contact and travel.
Our sincere thanks go to the British Motor Museum at Gaydon for their invaluable help in finding a new date and with luck we shall still be treated to seeing up to 500 veteran and vintage machines ride out from the British Motor Museum on a circular route of country roads passing through Banbury.
The VMCC management and board will continue to monitor the situation and will issue further updates as required
For further information please contact:
PRESS RELEASE - CORONAVIRUS
17th March 2020