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Suitable for cyclemotors

Suitable for cyclemotors

Some organisers make special arrangements to make runs suitable for cyclemotors and similarly slow-moving machines.  These runs are marked with a green logo.  A ride doesn't have to be especially short or hill-free to qualify.  Arrangements to prevent cyclemotorists being left behind on their own and getting to the lunch stop half an hour behind all the mopeds are what is needed.

If you'd like an event listed here, please contact us.

A Village Hall Event

A Village Hall Event

Events with this symbol have a village or community hall as their starting point.  You can be sure that there will be toilets and a cup of coffee available when you arrive ... and usually there will be a jumble too.  Read more...

Every Tuesday

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

1st October

Not affiliated to any Club or Group

The Inaugural Derek Ashworth Celebration Run.  With unavoidably short notice, this will set out from the Farmer’s Arms, Chorley Road, Bispham Green, Parbold, L40 3SL.  Map
Meet at 10am, which is when the pub will open for breakfast, coffee, butties, etc, etc; aim to ride out before 11am. This is a non-denominational event—it is not affiliated to any Club or Group, but is open to all and welcomes any friend of Derek.  Since Derek’s enthusiasm was mainly directed at Autocycles, we want as many of these as you can bring!  If you've got one: bring it.  Ride it if you can.  Just let it see the light of day! Frank Bz. has volunteered to do the legwork, will lead the run, and hopes to mark the route beforehand.  The ride will be about 35 miles in total, heading for Frederick’s Ice Cream Parlour on Bolton Road, Chorley, PR7 4AL where we shall stop for a Raspberry Ripple/Rum and Raisin combo since that was Derek’s favourite.  Suitable refreshed we will ride to Rivington Top Barn, BL6 7SP to amaze and parade in front of the throngs of bikers who congregate there every Sunday.  Further food and drink will be available at Rivington.  But more importantly, there are prizes!  Derek’s daughters are offering a Cup for the Best Autocycle, in Derek’s memory, and Frank is offering a Shield for the best Machine with Engine and Pedals, again in Derek’s memory since he was always keen on the traditional definition of Moped.  These will be voted for by riders, and spectators at Rivington; they will be presented at the end of the run, which will be back at the Farmer’s Arms after an easy downhill ride in bright sunshine and with a following wind.  We're aiming to get there in time for a late lunch, if anyone wants one, and if things go smoothly!  See for the lunch menu.  Sunday Roast is also available.  While Autocycles will be the theme, it’s more important that you just turn up, ride, and enjoy the company—so don't miss it!

1st October

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EACC logo

EACC stand at the 26th 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.

1st 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.

VMCC Magic Wheelers logo

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: .

8th 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 for details of this cycleway run for machines of 50cc and under only.
There will be a £3 fee for non-NACC members

8th October

NACC North Wiltshire Section Run - from the Red Bull Inn, Malmesbury  Map
Please phone beforehand to confirm.

11th October (Wednesday)

EACC South East Moped Enthusiasts Mole Valley Run, meet 10:30 for 11:00am start from Haroldslea Drive, RH6 9DT at the junction with Balcombe Road (B2036).  Map
Limited on street parking.  37-mile route through the beautiful Surrey countryside, one or two short hills. Lunch stop at a lovely pub on the way.
Further details from Mike Follows or .

21st October

Wortwell Bell classic vehicle club meets on the third Saturday of the month from April until October.  The meet is held at the pub, The Wortwell Bell, just outside Harleston, Norfolk.  Map
The club is open to anyone with a classic vehicle and we have a good afternoon of discussions and maybe a few beers!

19th 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 eleventh 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 route is a new one this year but the lunch stop stays 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).

19th November

VMCC Cyclemotor Section Last of the Year Run and AGM from Peacehaven Farm, Ickford, Buckinghamshire.  Map
Alan Hummerstone:

19th November

Bromfietsbeurs Heerhugowaard, Sporthal Noorderend, Harlingerstraat 20, 1704BT Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands  Map
120km from Hook of Holland.
10:00 to 16:00 hrs.  Admission €5.00

16th & 17th 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 17 December: 10:00–17:00
Sunday 18 December: 10:00–16:00
Entry €10, (free for women and under-12s).


7th January

The EACC 35th Mince Pie Run from Orwell Yacht Club, Ipswich.  Map
Meet from 9:30am—coffee, tea & mince pies will be available.  The lunch stop will be at the Shipwreck Bar, Shotley.  For details and directions contact David Evans on , please 'phone if you can, as this helps with planning the catering.

25th March

EACC logo

A Village Hall Event

EACC West Anglian Section’s Duloe Daffodil Dash from Duloe Village Hall.  Map
This run will take in villages around North Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire in the area of Grafam Water and Kimbolton.  There will be refreshment facilities at the village hall from 9:00am  An informal moped-style ‘bring and buy’ is envisaged, so bring along items for sale or swap.
Directions: Duloe is ¼ mile West of the A1 trunk road.
From the East: journey through St Neots town on the B1428, over the river bridge and straight on at the roundabout (where the B1048 goes right).  Turn right at a mini-roundabout, follow the road up hill to a roundabout, go straight on, under the A1.  The village hall is on a right turn in Duloe, ¼ mile after the A1.

Everyone welcome—Free day membership if you're not an EACC member.

8th April

EACC South East Moped Enthusiasts The North Downs Run, meet up at Edenbridge Leisure Centre car park, Wellingtonia Way, Edenbridge TN8 5LU.  Map
10:30 for a 11:00 departure.
Contact: Martin or Sharon Wikner on or or

15th 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.

EACC logo

A Village Hall Event

The EACC 15th 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.

6th May

EACC South East Moped Enthusiasts The South Downs Run, meet up at the Civic Approach car park, behind the library, High Street, Uckfield, TN22 1AR.  Map
10:30 for a 11:00 departure.
Contact: Martin or Sharon Wikner on or or

20th May

EACC logo

A Village Hall Event

EACC 37th East Anglian Run from Lord Thurlow village hall.  Map
The Village Hall in Great Ashfield will be open from 9:30am for refreshments, toilets and mopedjumble.  The run sets off at 11:15 on a route of around 30 miles through lovely country lanes and villages.
All welcome - free Day Membership if you're not an EACC member.
For more information. e-mail: .

3rd June

Rando Cyclo à Sars Poteries (59), France.  This is the 27th Rando Cyclo; it starts from 9:00 with the bikes going on display around the town bandstand and a jumble.   Map
There’s a midday meal in the salle des fêtes from 12:00 to 13:30.  The road run starts at 14:00 with a stop along the route.  It returns to Sars Poteries salle des fêtes by 16:30 for the presentation of awards and a draw for a moped.  Thre were 135 riders at the 2017 Rando Cyclo.
Details from the Association Touristique des Cyclomoteurs Anciens, Office de Tourisme, 59216 Sars Poteries, France.
E-mail .

23rd & 24th June

EACC South East Moped Enthusiasts East to West Side Adventure starting from Crimdon Dene Coastal Path (near Hartlepool)    Map
This adventure sets off on at around 10:30am and makes its way across the country to an overnight halt at Alston.  The following morning the journey continues to Whitehaven in Cumbria.  There will be some interesting deviations from the ‘established’ route.  It’s more than a run, it’s an adventure in some very scenic parts of the country with the chance to meet up with friends both old and new.
For more details please contact Martin or Sharon Wikner on or or

29th July

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Suitable for cyclemotors

EACC CARD Run from Iliffe Way Car Park, Stowmarket.  Map
CARD means Cyclemotors And Roller Drive, and this 20-mile ride should also be suitable for most electric bikes.
All welcome - free Day Membership if you're not an EACC member.
For more information. e-mail: .

12th August

EACC logo

A Village Hall Event

The 7th EACC Periwinkle Run from Cottered Village Hall, SG9 9QL  Map
The start will be from Cottered Village Hall as usual; the hall will be open from 9:30am and and the ride will set of at 11:00am.  The goes through some of the prettiest villages, lanes and roads in Hertfordshire.  It will be stopping at The Three Tuns public house in Great Hormead for lunch and a chinwag.  There will be a raffle as usual; if anyone would like to donate a prize, could they please bring it along on the day?  It would be greatly appreciated.
For more details contact Andy Cousins on or .

Everyone welcome—Free day membership if you're not an EACC member.

19th August

EACC South East Moped Enthusiasts The Bluebell Run.  Meet up at the Horsted Keynes Station car park, Station Approach, Horsted Keynes RH17 7BB   Map
10:30 for a 11:00 departure.
Contact: Martin or Sharon Wikner on or 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

10th September 2017—Coprolite Run

20th August 2017—Bluebell Run

13th August 2017—Peter Smith Memorial Periwinkle Run

30th July 2017—35th East Anglian Run and The Ted Ashton Memorial Trundle

9th July 2017—Peninsularis Run

18th June 2017—Reservoir Dogs Run

21st May 2017—35th East Anglian Run

20th May 2017—EACC ride to the David Silver Honda Collection museum

23rd April 2017—EACC Radar Run

26th March 2017—EACC Duloe Daffodil Dash

5th March 2017—V-CC Boot and back

8th January 2017—EACC Mince Pie Run

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