The Kempton Park located race course has seen Kempton Park Motorcycle Autojumbles run Autojumbles for over 30 years. These events are known as a few of the best in the UK Autojumble world. Read on to learn more about these events.
The Kempton Park located race course has seen Kempton Park Motorcycle Autojumbles run for over 30 years; these events are known as a few of the best in the UK Autojumble world. Traders and visitors from all over the world attend such events. The list of events includes seven one-day jumbles all through the year. Two of those events come with shows attached.
The month of May witnesses a classic bike show and December sees a classic off-road show.
Ticket prices for motorcycle Jumble dates come to £6 and children under the age of 12 can enjoy free entry. Road show and bike show tickets cost £7 and the gates open at 9:30 am.
If you are an older person, there is no need to walk from the car park to the gate. Senior or equivalent visitors can take advantage of Landrover shuttle services both to and from the gate. This facility is free and is available from 9 am - 3 pm.
Pioneer in the Field
The Kempton Park AutoJumble company is the first organiser of bike jumbles in the UK. A total of seven events are conducted every year including the yearly Southern Classic Bike Show. The latter is held every spring and the event is run by motorcycle enthusiasts for enthusiasts.
Eric Patterson is the founder of Kempton Park AutoJumble company, and he makes it a point to be present during every event to make sure that everything runs smoothly. His hobby is tinkering with old motorcycles, and he has an encyclopaedic knowledge of British bikes right from the 30s manufacturers, to the 60s throaty metallic beasts.
Patterson is well known in the motorcycle world, he has participated in Bonneville USA. His trusted steed is the Viscount motorcycle, and he has beaten many world records in a 1000cc MPS-CG class. His average time was 124.86, thus comfortably beating the 123.26-record set by Harley Davidson. His latest feat was going at a top speed of 132.508 mph during his first run. On his return trip, he clocked a time of 131.284mph!
Takeover by Mortons Media Group
The Mortons Media Group has recently acquired Kempton Park Bike Jumbles and Motorcycle Shows. Each of the seven events is a day-long affair. They are a pleasurable addition to the already saturated events calendar. The list of other shows includes 'Normous Newark AutoJumbles, the Telford off-road show and the Stafford classic shows.
Excitement is high among Mortons Media personnel. The brand new owner is testing the equipment and making sure that the transition is a smooth affair. Nothing, however, has changed for visitors, traders and exhibitors.
The Mortons Media operates a total of 30 shows along with events all over the UK. The company owns every one of them. The range of shows begins from caravan and motorhome displays to classic bike shows and off-road motorcycles. More than a million people buy tickets for such shows every year. The company now owns two of the biggest classic motorcycle shows in the world.