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Some events for Cyclemotors, Autocycles and Mopeds

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Every Tuesday

EACC and FMCC meeting at the Half Moon, Walton, Felixstowe.  Map
From around 9:30pm.

14th & 15th September

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Suitable for cyclemotors

RHC-Nederland 15th International Cyclemotor Run, in Stramproy, The Netherlands.  Map
This year’s theme is: Dutch cyclemotors.  The organisers would like to see as many Dutch-made cyclemotors as possible at the event.  However this is of course not obligatory; every oldtimer cyclemotor is welcome.
All the participants in the run on Saturday will get a free ticket for the raffle, where you can win a real bike equipped with a cyclemotor!  The route on Saturday is signposted and can be ridden individually; the ride on Sunday will be in a group.
Saturday 14 September
08:00–09:00 Breakfast
10:00–13:00 Cyclemotor-jumble: bring all your superfluous parts
12:00–13:00 Signing-on
13:00–13:15 Opening
13:30–17:30 Run, about 45 km, for cyclemotors only (no mopeds or VéloSoleXes!)  During the break there will be a lottery with real cyclemotor as prize!
18:00–20:00 Barbecue (pre-booking obligatiory)
20:30–21:30 Cyclemotor Quiz
Sunday 15 September
08:00–09:00 Breakfast
11:00–16:00 Run, about 60km, for mopeds and cyclemotors built before 1960.

The starting point is the former farm house of the Aendekerk family at Breyvin 11, Stramproy, The Netherlands.  There is a big parking and camping place (with toilets, but no showers).  You can also choose another location to spend the night, several are listeded on the website.  It is obligatory to wear a helmet during the runs.
For more information (and pictures and movies of the past events), take a look at the website: or send an e-mail to

14th & 15th September

Moto Retro Weize
Biggest bike jumble in Belgium for old-timer bikes, spares, maintenance products, books, clothing, and accessories.
Oktoberhallen, 9280 Wieze.  Map
9:30 to 17:00.

15th September

Long Ship Museum Classic Bike Show, 10am to 4pm.  The Long Shop Museum, Main Street, Leiston, Suffolk, IP16 4ES.  Map
Bikes of all ages new & old including vintage and custom, BBQ, our unique Steam Tractor ‘The Joker’ & our 10-ton Steam Roller ‘Consuello Allen’ will be in operation, the Tea Room will be open serving tea & coffee with a slice of homemade cake, children’s activities.
Adults £8, Young Person £6, Children £4 & Under 4’s FREE

22nd September

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A Village Hall Event

The 2nd Norfolk Broads Run.  A ride round the Norfolk Broads. This is an EACC ride that goes from the Village Hall, Repps with Bastwick, NR29 4RB.  Map
This is just South of Potter Heigham on the A149 Yarmouth to Cromer road and only five miles from the A47 at Acle.  It is a village hall based event, like the the Suffolk EACC events where there will be tea, coffee, biccies ,and toilet facilities before and after the run.  There’s plenty of parking for bikes, vans, and trailers.  The hall will be open from 9:30 (it is hoped that Danny from Mopedland will be there with a small selection of his vast stock—or phone him with orders to save postage.  Other stalls will be welcome.  The ride leaves at 11:00am; it’s about 28 miles long: a circular run around the Norfolk Broads area.  Lunch stop is at The Maltsters Ranworth.
Dave Watson on , or .

2nd October (Wednesday)

EACC South East Moped Enthusiasts River Valleys Run.  Meet 10:30 for 11:00 start from Edenbridge Leisure Centre car park, Wellingtonia Way, Edenbridge TN8 5LU.  Map
A 42-mile route around the Eden and Medway valleys.  Some gradients, one steep hill might mean a walk on a cyclemotor or low-powered machine.  Lunch stop at a village pub on the way.
Further details from Mike Follows or .

6th October

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EACC stand at the 28th Copdock Motorcycle Show.  Although it’s called Copdock Show, it hasn’t been at Copdock for many years.  The Show is at Trinity Park (aka Suffolk Showground) just east of Ipswich.  Map
As usual, the EACC will be putting on a lavish display on their club stand and, also as usual, the IceniCAM team will be helping out on the EACC stand.

6th October

Suitable for cyclemotors

100-miles: suitable for cyclemotors?

The VMCC 100-mile run was first run in 1985 and, in those days, nearly everyone did it on a cyclemotor.  The idea was that the run should be challenging; to experience that properly, you ought to ride a cyclemotor.  A quick three circuits on a moped before lunchtime isn't really what the event is about.

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A Village Hall Event

VMCC Cyclemotor Section 100-mile run from Quainton Memorial Hall, Station Road, Quainton, HP22 4BW.  Map
From 8:00am onwards.  The route is 33.3 miles, complete three circuits if you fancy the challenge of the 100 miles.
Laurie Erwood: .

13th October

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Suitable for cyclemotors

NACC North Herts Section—The Vincent Run.  This is a cycleway run of about 12 miles around Stevenage, so only for Cyclemotors & Mopeds under 50cc.  It starts at Fairlands Valley Park, Car Park, SG2 0BL  Map
A café and facilities are open from 9:30am at the start. 10:30am for 11:00am start.
Half way round we have a stop to see the birth place of ‘The World Famous Vincent HRD Motorcycles—built on this site between 1928–1955’.  Lunch will be available at a local pub.
Contact Chris Sawyer on or for details of this cycleway run for machines of 50cc and under only.

13th October

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EACC stand at Suffolk Aviation Heritage Group’s Autumn Vintage Vehicle Day, The Old Comumnications Site, Foxhall Road, Ipswich, IP10 0AH.   Map
9:30am to 16:00pm Contact Martin Gates on 01394 823016 .

20th October

Moto Retro Leuven
The largest one-day bike jumble in Belgium.
Brabanthal, 3001 Leuven.  Map
9:30 to 17:00.

17th November

VMCC Cyclemotor Section Last of the Year Run and AGM from Peacehaven Farm, Ickford, Buckinghamshire.  Map
10:30am for the run.  2:00pm for the AGM.
Malcolm Tappin: ,

17th November

42e Bromfietsbeurs Heerhugowaard, Sporthal Noorderend, Zeldenruststraat 5, 1704BT Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands  Map
120km from Hook of Holland.
10:00 to 16:00 hrs.  Admission €5.00

24th November

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A Village Hall Event

EACC Kneel’s Wheels and the EACC AGM at Great Blakenham village hall.  Map
The last EACC mopedjumble of the season combined with a tour of the quiet Suffolk lanes.
Kneel’s Wheels is the biggest of the EACC village hall based runs; the village hall in question is at Great Blakenham.  This will be the thirteenth running of this classic event.  Full reception facilities and free refreshments are available on arrival.  The mopedjumble is typically supported by all, from the larger stands to the various smaller pitches of general members.  The jumble opens 9:30am, the run sets off at 11:00am.  The lunch stop is at Claydon Crown.  After lunch, the run returns to Great Blakenham where the jumble continues.  The EACC AGM will be at 2:15pm—although the AGM is, of course, ‘members only’, the EACC welcomes non-members throughout the rest of the event.
Directions to the start: Great Blakenham is on the B1113.  Leave the A14 at its junction (No 52) with the B1113 and follow the signs to ‘Gt Blakenham’.  In Great Blakenham, turn right at the ‘Village Hall’ sign into Mill Lane, opposite the Chequers pub.  The village hall is along this road on the right.

Everyone welcome—Free day membership if you’re not an EACC member.  Please contact the organiser for more information or to reserve a jumble space (telephone Neil Morley on 01473 743587).

14th & 15th December

Central Classics motor cycle and moped jumble, Expo Houten, Meidoornkade 24, 3992 AE Houten (close to Utrecht).  Map
Three halls of stalls covering 10,000m², free parking.
Saturday 14 December: 10:00–17:00
Sunday 15 December: 10:00–16:00
Entry €10, (free for women and under-12s).


19th April

Suitable for cyclemotors

The Radar Run—ideal for cyclemotors

The Radar Run has an optional, shortened route for cyclemotors, 11 miles shorter than the main route.  The cyclemotor route runs along the same roads as the main route but omits two ‘dead end’ spurs.  This means that the back-up vehicle can cover both routes.

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A Village Hall Event

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The EACC 17th Radar Run and Mopedjumble starts at Bromeswell Village Hall.
There’s a superb circuit around Bawdsey peninsula with lots of historical interest details on the course notes.  All welcome—free Day Membership if you're not an EACC member, the usual free pitches for jumble stands—call Paul on to allow him to set your spot in the hall.  Jumble opens from 9:30am, run sets off at 11am.
Everyone welcome - Free day membership if you're not an EACC member.

10th September (Thursday)

EACC Steeple Morden Run from The Fox & Duck in Arlesey Road, Stotfold, Hitchin, Herts, SG5 4HE.  Map
Meet at 10:00am for an 11 o’clock set off.  The route runs through three counties and is around 36 miles.  Mostly country lanes, a bit of B road, and a short but unavoidable stretch of the A507.  A convenient stopping off point is at the 355th USAF Memorial at Steeple Morden to adjust route sheets, plugs, etc.  Return around 1:30pm in time for lunch or whatever.
Free day membership for non-EACC members; all welcome.  Contact David Osborn or .


Many events listed in this calendar are "closed to club members".  The EACC offers free day membership to visiting riders at all its rides.  The NACC, British Two-Stroke Club and the VMCC Cyclemotor Section also offer day membership at selected events, for which there is usually a charge.  The golden rule is: if you want to take part in an event listed here and you do not belong to the organising club, always contact the event organiser to see if you are permitted to take part.

Generally, riders of veteran and low powered machines are also welcome at these events.  Contact the event organiser for details.

Please call at a reasonable hour when telephoning for details of events (not forgetting the time difference if you're 'phoning another country).

List of Events Event Reports

See what goes on

12th September 2019—EACC Steeple Morden Run

8th September 2019—EACC Coprolite Run

18th August 2019—EACC Bluebell Run

11th August 2019—EACC Periwinkle Run

28th July 2019—EACC CARD Run

14th July 2019—EACC Peninsularis Run

19th May 2019—EACC 38th East Anglian Run

14th April 2019—EACC Radar Run

10th March 2019—Alex’s Birthday Run

6th January 2019—EACC Mince Pie Run

Pictures of older events