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Mallory Bike Bonanza
8th July 2017 - 9th July 2017£15.00 - £37
The Mallory Bike Bonanza returns to Mallory Park Circuit this weekend!
Star Guests confirmed to attend the 2017 Bonanza!
Featuring an all-star line-up, the annual Mallory Bike Bonanza, returns to the Leicestershire circuit on the 08th and 09th July 2017.
The 1.35 mile circuit, nestled within the heart of the Leicestershire country side will be the host for racing stars past and present, who will be descending on the venue which is often dubbed the ‘Friendly Circuit’ for this not to be missed family event.
In the paddock, spectators will have the chance to mingle amongst racing stars past and present including; Adrian Craig, Alex George, Bill Simpson, Chris Mayhew, Colin Seeley, John Cooper, Mick Grant, Niall MacKenzie, Paul Smart, Ray McCulloch, Ron Chandler, Sammy Miller, Sylvan Guintolli, Taylor MacKenzie, Tommy Robb, Trevor Nation, with more names due to be released in the lead up the Bonanza.
The action packed weekend, organized by the circuit’s management team Real Motorsport Limited, once again promises an array of interesting bikes and sidecar outfits that can be seen taking to the track in parades throughout the weekend. Saturday is all about PR5 road machines, whilst Sunday focuses on PR6 race machines, and the highly anticipated Mallory Masters parade.
The Mallory Bike Bonanza will once again feature a round of the Hyundai British Sidecar Championship, which after last year’s success and sensational win by Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood, the championship will feature extensive practice and qualifying sessions, concluding with two twenty-lap races on the Sunday.
Have you ever fancied a go as passenger in a top flight British Sidecar Championship outfit yourself? Well, if you have, twenty pounds (£20.00) will buy you two laps of the Mallory circuit in the hands of a regular championship runner, and we promise you an experience you will never forget! Visitors should register your interest in the Santander Salt/RKB-F1 awning and ask for Barry Nutley. Make sure if you intend to ride bring the correct clothing (Helmet/Gloves/Boots and leathers). All proceeds from the taxi rides will be forwarded to the Facebook fund-raising page for the victims of the horrific Grenfell Tower fire in London.
Away from the track, more than 20 motorcycle owners clubs have already signed up to take part in Club Central. Guests will be greeted with a great display of machinery from many different manufacturers and many different eras. Also situated next to the clubs will be trade and autojumble stands selling a variety of items such as motorcycle speedometers, art, batteries, spares and parts.
Live music on Friday and Saturday evening will take guests from a wonderful day of race action into a wonderful evening of entertainment for all of the family.TIMETABLE
Gates Open – 08:00am
Parades Start – 09:30am
Adult Saturday – £18 on the gate
Adult Sunday – £23 on the gate
Full Weekend with Camping – £48 on the gate
Children U16 go free when accompanied by a full paying adult.