Opened in 1984, the National Motorcycle Museum has expanded to become one of the largest motoring museums in the UK. It houses over 650 individual and unique bikes (including David Beckham's own Brazilian Bonneville) which epitomise the history of British motorcycling, with the museum featuring exhibits such as '60 glorious years of motorcycle manufacturing'.
The museum resides in an 8-acre site in Bickenhill, Solihull and sees over 250,000 visitors enter its doors each year. Our guests were treated to a complimentary breakfast before exploring the museum with a full guided tour.
After enjoying all that the museum has to offer, guests headed down to the Hill Climb at Shelsley Walsh in bike convoy with their Hog Chapter captain, before parking their motorcycles in the V.I.P cottage area ready to enjoy a day of racing.
Saturday's event at Shelsley Walsh was the Reg Philips Memorial Trophy Meeting, which was especially relevant for our guests as the event featured plenty of legendary motorcycles making their way up the iconic track.
The weather held out for a day of exciting Hill Climb action up the snaking 1000-yard course in the heart of the rolling Worcester countryside. All in all, guests were delighted with a Motorcycle-themed day which encompassed the motorcycling history of Britain, before riding in convoy to watch some classic cycles in action.
We can't wait for our next event in July, with a visit to Classic Motor Cars for exclusive guests of Aston Martin and Jaguar. Stay tuned to our social channels for all the latest updates!