British museum host to 67th vintage motorcycle run

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For the 67th year, England’s automotive Heritage Centre will host the Vintage Motorcycle Club Banbury Run, the largest gathering of pre-1931 motorcycles and three wheelers in the world, scheduled this year for June 21.

“The Banbury Run is a great day out for those participating and those watching the bikes,”Tom Caren, show manager for the Heritage Motor Centre, said in a news release, “seeing hundreds of vintage motorcycles ride together is a spectacle not to be missed.”

In addition to the 500 bikes participating, there will be club and trade stands with more than 100 autojumble (swap meet) and special interest displays.

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