Bikes . Cars . ORIGINS DAY . Vintage Rally
This Father's Day why not celebrate with us at the Origins Day Vintage Rally?
This day of frivolity will embrace the journey through time that all of us share, whether you are reaching the twilight years or a fledgling adventurer we each have a Dad who brought us into this world.
Classic cars and vintage bikes will set the backdrop for this joyful event. Celebrating the origins of things both in the automotive and our ancestry, held in the grounds of the Sammy Miller Museum in the morning and on the lawns of Highcliffe Castle with lawn games, live music, stalls and refreshments will help to make this a special day for your and your family.
Cars and bikes will be at the Museum between 1000 and 1200 before heading off for Highcliffe Castle for the afternoon.
For further information on this event please email the Museum on firstname.lastname@example.org or
Waterlooville Motorcycle Club presents:
'Motorcycling Through The Ages – A show celebrating motorcycles from our beginning in 1928 to the present day'
Sammy will be opening the Show!
Entry is £3 per person and Under 16s are Free!
Horndean Technology College, Barton Cross, Horndean, Hampshire PO8 9PQ
Trophies - Raffle - Refreshments
All day event. Free show entry.
Parking: bikes free, cars £1 which will go to the Stars Appeal
Further info at email@example.com
Brough Superior / Bournemouth Kawasaki / Mash / Hollis Motorcycles / Norton, Norman White, Norton / BRT Racing / Allen Millyard Motorcycles / Studio Zed Photography / Bike Safe / Moto Corsa / Redline Clothing
At the invitation of Lord March Sammy has been invited to take three bikes to the Festival this year. The 1929 Brough Superior Pendine Racer, the 500 GP Bianchi and the 1954 BMW Rennsport
The photo is of Sammy riding the Bianchi a couple of weeks ago at our local Matchams circuit.
The Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum welcomes Colin Gwilliam and his Spyder Riders to the Museum.
Three bikes will be on display and the riders will be happy to answer any questions visitors have on these unusual bikes.
Anyone can ride a Spyder on a full car licence and there is no legal requirement to wear a helmet, however most riders do.
Due to the bike’s ‘Y’ trike configuration and stability there are quite a few disabled riders.
For general information on Spyder bikes visit:
UK Spyder Web at https://www.facebook.com/groups/ukspyderweb
This year the Museum is not holding the big Moto Italiano event but an Italian Ride In for Italian bikes of any age or description! The first 50 Italian bikes to arrive on the day will be displayed in the Courtyard.
Email VIv on firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know you are riding in on the 16th July! Event starts at 10am until 3pm.
No pre-registration or entry fee to pay for the Ride In but admission charges apply to the Museum itself.
Bashley Manor Tea Rooms and their Courtyard catering cabin will be open on the day.
Our craft and gift shops will be open all day.
Free parking, easy access for coaches. Lots of animals to pet and enjoy and a children's play area.
A great day out and something for all the family to enjoy!
For further information please call the Museum on 01425 620777 or email Viv on email@example.com
Our second Craft & Gift Fayre following on from the success of our first year.
Set up is from 7.30am and the event commences 9.30am. Request booking form and further information from Viv Brackett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Parking. Children's play area. Come and enjoy our many animals.
Bashley Manor Tea Rooms will also be providing catering from their catering cabin in the Courtyard and our 3 shops will be open all day.
This event is being held on the same day as our big auto jumble! Admission to the auto jumble and the Fayre is Adults £4 – children enter free.
On the day, admission to the Museum itself is Adults £4 and children over 5 years £3.00.
All stalls £15 (£10 refund on day on exit after 2pm)
We hope all of this makes for a really great day out!
Entries open to all motorcycles and three wheelers manufactured before 1980 and is a social, non-competitive motorcycle event.
Starting and finishing at the Museum, the route is ideal for Veteran, Vintage and small capacity machines. A route card will be issued and signposted with Old Bike Mark arrows. The route is 59 miles around the Dorset and Hampshire borders with a lunch stop at Drusilla's Inn Near Horton Folly Tower.
Awards will be given for:
Best Machine / Best Post-War Bike / Best Veteran Bike / Best Vintage Bike / Best Post Vintage Bike / Most Technically Interesting Bike / Best Three Wheeler / Best Japanese Bike / Ladies Award
Registration will be open by Thursday 13th April and forms can be downloaded here.
If you have participated in this event previously you will be receiving your forms either by post or email in the next day or two.
Please email the Museum on email@example.com for a registration form or further information.
Before you set out - please check event is still on!
For information on any of the above events (except for where numbers are listed next to event) please call 01425 620777