I hadn't been to this bike day for quite a few years after believing it to have become an event for the 'weekend warrior' type of biker. I know, 'each to their own' etc,but I just find it a little tiresome.
However I think I have been doing the day an injustice by not going especially as it is only 30miles away in the Wiltshire town of Calne.
There is a huge amount of bikes that turn up parking up side streets,in the park,shopping precinct all over
the pavements in fact anywhere there is a enough room to put a bike. A large amount of respect should go to the town council for allowing such an invasion and generally taking over, though of course it must be great for the local businesses.
I think it is possibly one of the best show's / event that I have been to in years with, apart from the usual stuff , the biggest variety of bikes scattered here and there, including the Millyard 8 litre V10,the disabled riders Ducati Monster,bike engined cars and the lovely vintage Royal Enfield V twin (It's a genuine carry cot in the sidecar as I saw the lady rider leaving with the baby in it) Not forgetting,what I believe is,Henry Brody's 1920's 600cc Douglas which he still Sprints and wins on aged 77 +
I hope you find something of interest amongst the pictures !