Date: Saturday 16th September 2023
Meeting Point: Greenham Kawasaki car park.
Time: 09:30am for a 10:00am start
Ride time: 40 minutes, Mileage is 20 miles.
We are keeping this ride-out close to the dealership heading out towards Kingsclere towards Basingstoke. We cut South on back roads before hitting the ring road of Basingstoke and back towards Overton before dropping down towards the A303 and into our destination.
The café is located next to a working airfield, home to the Spitfire flying club so who knows what we might see and hear on the day! In addition to aircraft the location is known for hosting bike meets, Cyclo cross (that’s no engine just pure leg power) and other events.
The Café has a wide-ranging menu from Full English through to Paninis, Jacket Potatoes, burgers and of course cake, it would not be a café without cake!

Join us for the first of our ‘Weekend Ride Outs’ of 2023  on Saturday 25th of March, where we’ll be visiting the ‘Boscombe Down Aviation Museum’ (Wiltshire, SP4 6DZ).

Come and sit in some fast jet cockpits including the newly arrived Tornado amongst MANY others. We’ll be leaving from Greenham Kawasaki (RG19 6HW) around 10:00 and enjoying a cross-country journey to the museum (SP4 6DZ) with an ETA of around 11:00.

We look forward to riding with you!

This ride-out avoids main highways and takes us from Greenham Kawasaki South on back roads running parallel to the A34. We then cut across South West towards Stockbridge before heading South towards the New Forest
If you would like to meet up en-route, then please contact me directly.
Ticket prices are Adult £16pp (Gift Aid) concession price is £14 pp (Gift Aid). Pick up points can be arranged along the way (please contact me directly). Tickets can be paid on the day.

Meeting Point: Greenham Kawasaki car park or you can make your own way directly to the Haynes Motor Museum in Yeovil, Somerset.

Time: 9:00am for a 9:30am start, ride time is around 1.5 hours, coffee stop along the way.

Please note: Children are free as part of the Spring/ Summer promotion

Sammy Miller is a motorcycling legend, 11 times British Champion, winner of over 1400 events and still winning competitions more than 50 years after his first victory.
The Museum houses one of the finest collections of fully restored motorcycles in the world, including factory racers and exotic prototypes, with the collection constantly evolving as new bikes are acquired. This is a living museum with almost every motorcycle in the museum in full running order.
Sammy demonstrates and parades the bikes at race circuits in the UK and at Museum event days.

Surely the most wonderful collection of Norton motorcycles including the Norton Kneeler, Norton (F) Flat, Norton Low Boy and many Norton prototypes.

There are 3 Halls of bikes to view hosting some of the most beautiful motorcycles to ever grace our roads

A great day out for any motorcycle enthusiast.