Milestones in the Spotlight: Goodwood Revival Celebrates Classic Motorcycles
Milestones in the Spotlight: Goodwood Revival Celebrates Classic Motorcycles
28 Jun Others
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Prepare for an extraordinary display of vintage motorcycles as the Goodwood Revival gears up to host its largest-ever two-wheeled parade. Over 200 bikes dating back to pre-1966 will grace the track, commemorating significant milestones in motorcycling history.


This year's event not only celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Revival itself but also pays homage to legendary brands. It marks 100 years of BMW, 120 years of Harley-Davidson, 125 years of Norton, and 130 years of Royal Enfield. Expect a stunning showcase of bikes from the 1940s, 50s, and 60s.

Roaring around Goodwood's iconic Motor Circuit, which turns 75 this year, the parade will feature historic models from esteemed manufacturers such as Indian and Triumph.


The Revival is renowned for honoring motorsport heritage on both two and four wheels, attracting 150,000 enthusiastic attendees to last year's sold-out event.

When the parade bikes are not in action, they will be proudly exhibited in Earls Raceway. Additionally, a special tattoo parlor on Richmond Lawn will offer visitors the chance to adorn themselves with either real or fake tattoos.

Thrilling biking action awaits with the highly anticipated Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy races. Witness 1960s Grand Prix bikes ridden by the biggest stars from BSB, road racing, and even MotoGP paddocks.


Racer Jenny Tinmouth expressed her love for the Revival, saying, "It's just so friendly here, I love it. Everybody embraces the period and gets fully involved. We mingle together, with no separate pits, and everyone lends a hand. The atmosphere is incredibly warm and welcoming."

Limited tickets are available for Friday, September 8, and Sunday, September 10, starting at £64. For more information, visit the Goodwood website.

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