September Motorcycle Events

Image credit: Racing at the Scarborough Gold Cup

Biker & Bike’s September Motorcycle Events Calendar lists all of the premier motorcycle events in the UK (and quite a few smaller and local ones).

If a starting time isn’t shown, please use the link provided to the organiser’s website for more details. All prices are correct at the time of publication, but may be subject to change. Other prices, concessions and early bird discounts may be available.

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Motorcycle Events in September 2019

Summer rolls on as September brings us a bumper crop of biker events including BSB, the final round of the Nifty Fifty and the newbie on the block, London’s Ally Pally Motorbike show.

 

1 September

Hit the Road at Haddo House

Haddo House, Methlick, Ellon, Aberdeenshire, AB41 7EQ

We say:
Set in the grounds of the impressive Haddo House, 20 miles north of Aberdeen, this event features live bike displays, showcases (visitors are welcome to display their own bikes, too), trade stalls and competitions. Music and food also features and of course you can visit Haddo House itself and its grounds, which are maintained by the National Trust for Scotland (separate entry fee).

Prices: Adults £5, kids £2. Display your bike: £10

https://nts.cloudvenue.co.uk/hittheroadmotorcycleevent

 

6-8 September

Bennetts British Superbike Championship

Oulton Park Circuit, Little Budworth, Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 9BW

They say:
The 9th round of the Championship is at the year’s second visit to the Oulton Park International circuit. Each Bennetts BSB event also features a busy timetable of regular support races, including the Dickies British Supersport Championship, Hel British Motostar Championship, Pirelli National Superstock 1000 and Pirelli National Superstock 600.

Advance Prices: Weekend: Adults £37, Kids 13-15 £22, Kids under 13 free. Raceday (Monday): Adults £28, Kids 13-15 £17, Kids under 13 free. Gate prices will be higher

http://www.britishsuperbike.com/

 

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6-8 September

Ace Cafe Reunion Weekend

Ace Cafe, Ace Corner, North Circular Road (A406), NW10 7UD

We say:
Three days of Ace Cafe, Ton Up and Rocker heritage starts with Friday night’s Continental Run Ride-in followed by Saturday’s Cafe Racer & Rockers Ride-Out from the Ace Cafe to Battersea park in the centre of London. The highlight thought, for us at least, is the Brighton Burn-Up (& Ride with the Rockers) down to the seafront in Brighton. And may we once again remind you, please, no laughing at the scooterists.

Price: Free

http://www.acecafeevents.com/reunion.html

 

6-8 September (date and event TBC)

Motorbike Women North Rally

Woolley Edge Scout Campsite, Woolley Edge Lane, Wakefield, WF4 2LS

We say:
As last year’s events were such a success we have automatically included both Motorbike Women rallies in this year’s calendar. Please check the website link to confirm the event is happening.

They say:
A rally for female motorbike enthusiasts only.
It doesn’t matter what type of motorbike, trike or scooter you ride, as long as you love them, are female and are a part of the Motorbike Women group. This first Motorbike Women North Rally aims to bring like-minded women riders together to have fun, talk motorbikes, encourage and support each other and raise some money for two great charities.

Prices: £25 in advance

http://www.motorbikewomen.com/

 

Event Postponed

Grampian Motorcycle Convention

Grampian Transport Museum, Alford, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB33 8AE

We say:
Following a fatality in 2017 and a subsequent legal challenge to the event, the Grampian Motorcycle Convention has been postponed in 2019. When it is hopefully back in 2020 expect plenty of super-short track racing and plenty else to tune in to, including guest appearances plus displays and trade zones.

Prices: Adult £10, Kids under 16 £5, Family £25 (TBC)

http://www.grampianmotorcycleconvention.com/

 

8 September (TBC)

Essex Air Ambulance Motorcycle Run & Harwich Family Festival

Starts at Dunton Technical Centre

They say:
This event is our biggest fundraising event of the year. Over 4,000 motorcyclists joined us on the 60-mile ride from Ford Dunton in Laindon to Harwich, where our free family festival kicked off. Attractions include; Auction, motorcycle display stands, craft and community stands, children’s activities, food and refreshments and much more.

Prices: Free

http://www.essexairambulance.uk.com/news-events/charity-events.aspx

 

14 September

Nifty Fifty Endurance Moped Championship Round 4

Route 34 Motocross Park, Down Farm Lane, Winchester, Hants. SO22 6RG

They say:

This is the finale! Teams raise funds for their favourite charitable organisations. Each team can consist of up to four riders who aim to complete as many laps as they can around a specially prepared Motocross track for 5hrs. Each team are using mopeds and scooters which have engines of up to 90cc’s! These events push the limits of man and machine!

Prices: Four-man team entry £110, spectators free

http://niftyfiftyendurance.com/

 

14 September

Kempton Motorcycle Jumble

Kempton Racecourse, Staines Rd E, Shepperton, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 5AQ

We say:
A trove of motorcycle treasure, from parts to tools, clothing and bikes for sale. At least 250 indoor and outdoor stalls feature parts and services from specialists, so you can get a petrol tank hand painted, a digital speedo for your new wave retro build or the latest cleaning materials. Club displays normally often place in the large indoor hall.

Prices: Adults £7 (£10 early bird before 7.45am), Kids under 15 free

https://www.kemptonparkautojumble.co.uk/kempton-bike-jumble.html



 

14-16 September (event and date TBC)

Motorbike Women South Rally

Lower Lode Inn, Forthampton, Gloucestershire, GL19 4RE

We say:
As last year’s events were such a success we have automatically included both Motorbike Women rallies in this year’s calendar. Please check the website link to confirm the event is happening.

They Say:

A rally for female motorbike enthusiasts only.
It doesn’t matter what type of motorbike, trike or scooter you ride, as long as you love them, are female and are a part of the Motorbike Women group. This first Motorbike Women North Rally aims to bring like-minded women riders together to have fun, talk motorbikes, encourage and support each other and raise some money for two great charities.

Prices: £25 in advance

http://www.motorbikewomen.com/SouthRally.html
 

21 September

ADRIAN FLUX BRITISH FIM SPEEDWAY GRAND PRIX

Principality Stadium, Westgate St, Cardiff, CF10 1NS

We say:
Speedway has come a long way since we used to watch it on the telly back in the 70’s. Speedway GP, Europe’s premium championship, comes to the 65,000 capacity Principality Stadium to dish out 23 heats of four-rider action. 500cc, single fixed gear and no brakes…

Prices: Various, Adults from £40, kids under 16 from £20

http://speedwaygp.com/event/2019-cardiff

 

21-22 September

Nailsea Bike Show

Ring O’Bells, 4 St Mary’s Grove, Nailsea, Bristol, BS48 4NQ

We say:
Now in its 10th year, the ‘International Nailsea Bike Show’ hosts a wide variety of motorcycles from modern day to classics from many countries and manufacturers. There will be a competition for the best bike in show and also the annual ‘Cecil Keel Award’ for the best classic British bike. There’s a full programme of events on both the Sat and Sun with lots to see and do, including a full line up of great music, plenty to eat and drink and a variety of stalls and other exhibits.

Prices: Free to attend, please make a donation when you see a collection point

https://nailseabikers.org.uk/

 

21-22 September

MCN Ally Pally Show & Supersprint (Event and date TBC)

Alexandra Palace, London

We say:
At the time of compiling this month’s calandar this event had not been confirmed. Please check the organiser’s website link below.

They say:

After a 13-year break, MCN will be returning to Alexandra Palace in 2018 with a brand-new show that has a very special twist – the world’s only indoor Supersprint! Home of the original MCN London Show, Ally Pally is a one-of-a-kind venue and the cathedral-like main hall will once again reverberate to the sights, sounds and smells of race bikes as they thunder towards the famous rose window. When you’re not watching the Supersprint there’ll be dealer stands, retailers selling everything from kit to spare parts and some top-notch food and drink.

Prices: Adult day ticket £17 (kids 15 and under go free)

http://www.mcnallypallyshow.co.uk/

 

22 September (TBC)

Leighton Hall Motorcycle Hill Climb

Leighton Hall, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA5 9ST

They say:
Set within the beautiful grounds of Leighton Hall, this hillclimb will be a challenge for riders. The track is 220 metres, undulating and at an incline with one 50 – 60 degree bend 50 metres from the start line. The event is open to all solo motorcycle & 3 wheelers for any cc size as there are no restrictions and the event does not have a noise limit. Rider entry forms and race regulations for this event will be available from February.

Prices: Adults £8.50, Kids under 15 £3.50

http://www.leightonhallmotorcyclehillclimb.co.uk/

 

Scarborough Gold Cup
Scarborough Gold Cup: Late summer racing at the UK’s only public road race event

27-29 September

Scarborough Gold Cup

Oliver’s Mount Circuit, Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 2YW

We say:
The Gold Cup returns to Scarborough’s Oliver’s Mount following a year off and intense negotiations between the organisers, Scarborough Borough Council and the ACU that sees safety improvements implemented for 2019. Spectators are often only a few metres from the superbly tight racing on the only public road racing circuit in the UK which weaves for 2.43 miles around the hillside, only half a mile from Scarborough’s town centre.

Prices: Saturday £20, Sunday £25, Weekend £40. Camping is available for an extra £10. Kids under 15 go free. 

https://oliversmountracing.com/

 

28-29 September

Classic Snetterton Race of the Year

Snetterton Circuit, Heath Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR16 2JU

We say:
The 7th and final round in the 2019 CRMC calendar, the Classic Racing Motorcycle CLub’s race weekends are a great way to watch motorsport close up in a friendly atmosphere. This being the final round, titles could be decided so expect fiercely competitive action on the Snetterton 200 circuit. Spectators are free to wander around the race paddock and get up close to the competitors and their wonderful classic race bikes. Each event also features a parade lap. Prices were not confirmed at the time of writing so please check the website below closer to the event.

Prices: Gate admission £10-15

https://snetterton.msv.com/Calendar

 

29 September

Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride 2019

London, Wales, Belfast

We say:
The DGR, as it has become known, is a global event raising money for the Movember Foundation’s work on men’s health. The idea is to put on some fancy rags and ride your vintage, neo-classic or retro custom bike around town, get noticed and raise some awareness for prostrate cancer and men’s mental health issues. First held in London there are now multiple rides including three in Wales alone last year, along with global rides from Sydney to Shanghai.

Free to enter, but raise some cash to donate to Movember

https://www.gentlemansride.com/

 

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Unless there is a significant show element involved, we haven’t listed every autojumble and swap meet in the Motorcycle Events Calendar. Likewise, unless there is a hefty bike activities element, we haven’t included many club rallies or biker-only music festivals, unless they’ve got a great reputation. This is mainly a list of the larger or more specialist bike-focussed events, plus we’ve added in the major sports bike race events.

All prices are on-the-gate prices for a single day visit, unless otherwise stated. Other ticket prices may be available in advance, as well as concessionary prices. See event websites for more details.

If your event isn’t listed in the Motorcycle Events Calendar, let us know via the Contact Us page, using the ‘editorial’ email address and putting the words Event Listing in the subject line of your email.