The British Motor Museum, are holding a “Celebration of the Sportster at 60“, on 24th June 2017.
This bike is still in production today! When you close your eyes and picture the quintessential cruiser, chances are you’re looking at a Harley-Davidson® Sportster®, Dyna® or Softail® motorcycle. These are the machines that defined ‘The Look’, and take it rolling into the future. From classic nostalgia to American muscle to chopper attitude, this is truly authentic steel.
Each one makes its own individual statement. The heritage of the Sportster® runs strong in the 1200 Custom. The 1200cc Evolution™ engine pounds out the low-end torque that made the Sportster famous. Pull-back buckhorn bars, steel-laced wheels and a fat front tyre add to the classic look. And features like an adjustable rear suspension, ABS brakes and a comfortable seat bring it all into the modern day.
This event, looks like it will be a must for any Harley fan, and being located centrally in the country, means that it should be easily accessible for most!
Harley-Davidson Riders Club of Great Britain – “Celebration of the Sportster at 60”
The Harley-Davidson Riders Club of Great Britain – “Celebration of the Sportster at 60”, is a one day event that will have Harley-Davidson Sportster of all ages and guises on display.
The iconic middleweight is still in production today, making it the longest continuous production run of any motorcycle. The show is a must for anyone who rides, has ever dreamed of riding a Harley or wants to learn more about them. The event will feature static displays, tech talks, moto gymkhana for those wanting to see how light, manoeuvrable and capable their bikes are. There will also be a wealth of traders covering everything from clothing and parts to complete bikes.
Sportster from chops, trikes, stock and rare race bikes will be on display. Added to that will be the iconic lazy sound of Harleys coming and going during the course of the day.
So, get your motor running, head out on the highway and join us at the British Motor Museum.
For the early arrivals, weekend camping is available for the cost of £25 per person (advanced booking) which includes access to the Museum from Friday afternoon to Sunday morning.
Camping booked on the day of arrival will be £35 per person and includes show and Museum entrance.
10AM – 5PM
UNDER 5’S FREE
For more information then please check the website
you can also book tickets here