The first ever IAM Ride Out and Rally motorcycle festival will take place on Saturday 11th July at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. It will bring together IAM members from across the country in a celebration of all things motorcycle, including the skills of those who ride them. Find out more at www.iam.org.uk/homecoming
Tickets are just £10 if pre-booked (pillions free) and include an IAM-only tour of the world’s finest and largest motorcycle museum, packed full of classic machines. And you won’t just have a chance to admire the exhibits; you can also enjoy a range of value-added exclusives:
– meet biking legends including John Cooper and Steve Plater, plus others to be confirmed.
– have your photo taken astride a legendary machine in our bikers’ booth
– ride away in glory with a competition prize or two,
– Try the Birmingham Advanced Motorcyclists group’s fiendish slow riding challenge!
You’ll even receive a voucher for a free burger and drink to keep you going through what promises to be a thrilling day out.
HAB Members: HAB won’t be organising an official group ride to this event this year. If you are keen to go and would like to ride with others, drop me an email and I’ll put all those interested in touch. Unfortunately I’ve a prior commitment that day so can’t make it. David H.