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Every Tuesday

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

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).

www.centralclassics.nl

2020

5th January

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The EACC 37th Mince Pie Run from Orwell Yacht Club, Ipswich.  Map
Meet from 9:30am.  The lunch stop will be at the Shipwreck Bar, Shotley.
This year’s Mince Pie Run is dedicated to the memory of Dave Evans, who was the run’s organiser for the last 20 years.

For details and directions Martin Gates on or

1st February

Oldtimer Bromfietsclub Meppel Oldtimerbeurs for powered two-wheelers up to 1990.
Roekebosscheweg 3A, 7946 KE Wanneperveen.  Map
8:30 to 14:30, €5 entry.
Info:

16th February

Ipswich Old Bike Jumble at Great Blakenham village hall.  Map

23rd February

VMCC Cyclemotor Section Winter Wanderings Run from The Plough, 17 Ploughley Road, Arncott. OX25 1NY.  Map
10:30am for 11:00am start.
Norman Smith:

1st March

De Schiedamsche Bromfietsbeurs, Sporthal Margriet, Nieuwe Damlaan 5, 3119KA Schiedam, The Netherlands..  Map
Only 20km from the Hook of Holland.
10:00 to 16:00
€5.00 admission.
Call +31 (0)641-010900 for stallholder information.
E-mail:
Website: www.mdv-evenementen.nl

8th March

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A Village Hall Event

EACC Alex’s Birthday Run from Bruisyard Village Hall.  Map
The hall will be open from 9:00.  There will be a run of approximately 25 miles including a pub lunch stop before returning to the hall for a cuppa and some cake.
Everyone welcome—Free day membership if you're not an EACC member.

4th April

EACC South East Moped Enthusiasts club stand at The Heritage Transport Show at the Kent County Agricultural Society Showground, Detling, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 3JF.  Map
10:00am–4:00pm.  This will be the section’s biggest show event of the year.  The allocated club area will be in the main hall and all owners of officially entered bikes receive two complimentary entrance tickets.  So being indoors with excellent facilities it doesn’t matter what the weather does, this is the event not to be missed.
For further details and entry forms contact Clive Fletcher on .

5th April

43e 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

www.eerstenoordhollandschebromfietsbeurs.nl

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.

19th April

VMCC Cyclemotor Section The Welsh Run from Castle Street Car Park, Abergavenny, 10:30am.  Map
Philippa Wheeler: .


Click for FBHVC website

Ride it Day

Every year the FBHVC has its Drive it/Ride it Day on the Sunday nearest to St George’s Day.
The aim of Drive it Day is to increase public awareness of Vintage and Classic vehicles by having as many as possible on the road for one day.  There are many events—see the Federation Website—www.fbhvc.co.uk—for more details.  Several museums have arranged special parking areas and reduced admission fees for anyone arriving in or on an old vehicle.  Or you can just take your old vehicle along to whatever you’d be doing anyway: going to work, going shopping, anything.

26th April—Ride it Day

Drive it Day 2020

26th April

Suitable for cyclemotors

Cyclemotor-friendly

This looks like another route that’s suitable for cyclemotors: there’s a spur up to Happisburgh that can be omitted to shorten the route and, being by the coast and the Broads, it’s flat enough not to need LPA.

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A Village Hall Event

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The first Norfolk Coast & Broad Run.  This is an EACC ride that goes from the Village Hall, Repps with Bastwick, NR29 5EU.  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 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 or jumble will be welcome.  The ride leaves at 11:00am; lunch stop is at the Pleasure Boat Inn, Hickling. It’s a run of about 29 miles via the coast road.  All welcome.  Free day membership available.
Dave Watson on , or .

26th April

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Suitable for cyclemotors

VMCC Cyclemotor Section The Nasty Run from the Rising Sun, Halls Green, SG4 7DR (TL275286 on Landranger sheet 166).  Map
Meet at 10:30am.
This will be following its traditional route through gently rolling Hertfordshire countryside.  The full route, which passes through the village of Nasty, is 26 miles.  There is a shorter version of 19 miles, missing out the Nasty bit, designed for cyclemotors and lower powered machines.  For more information call Chris on .

10th May

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Suitable for cyclemotors

VMCC Cyclemotor Section The Postcombe Run at 10:30am from England’s Rose, Postcombe, OX9 7DP,  Map
Information from Tony Brancato on .
(Tony takes over the run this year from dedicated cyclemotorist, Alan Hummerstone.  As long as there are no major changes, the ride will be suitable for cyclemotors.)

7th June

VMCC Cyclemotor Section Greenway Run from the Stratton Arms, Turweston, Buckinghamshire.  Map
Meet at 10:30am.
The name ‘The Greenway Run’ commemorates Stan Greenway who inspired the founding of the VMCC Cyclemotor Section.
Information from Mark: .

10th June (Wednesday)

VMCC Cyclemotor Section Box Hill Revisited, 10:30am from the Surrey Oaks, Parkgate, Newdigate, RH5 5DZ.  Map
Vic:

19th to 21st June

The EACC Northern Camping Weekend at Hooton Lodge Farm camping and fishing site, Hooton Roberts, Rotherham, South Yorkshire.  Map
There will be group rides out on Saturday and Sunday and these will be marshalled to make sure the slower machines don’t get left behind.
More information later.  John Bann: 01709 961434 or

28th June

Nedging Vintage Fête, 12 noon to 4:30 pm at Nedging Hall.  Map
Stationary engines, motor cycles, steam engine, classic cars, stalls, BBQ, cakes, teas, coffes, and much more.
For more details, contact P Gooderham on

15th August

Brommerbeurs Hemrik
Indoor & Outdoor Market
Time: 8:00 to 3:00p.m.
Admission: €3.00
Play area (grass plot) for children
Canteen with terrace.

Engbert Piersweg 4, 8409 JW Hemrik, The Netherlands.  Map

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 .

20th September

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A Village Hall Event

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The third Norfolk Broads Run.  A ride round the Norfolk Broads. This is an EACC ride that goes from the Village Hall, Repps with Bastwick, NR29 5EU.  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 .

1st November

Ipswich Old Bike Jumble at Great Blakenham village hall.  Map

8th November

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A Village Hall Event

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EACC Kneel's Wheels and the EACC AGM at Coddenham 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 Coddenham.  This will be the fourteenth 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 the same as in 2016 with the lunch stop at Claydon Crown.  After lunch, the run returns to Coddenham where the jumble continues.  The EACC will have its AGM at 2 o’clock and, although the AGM is, of course, ‘members only’, the EACC welcomes non-members throughout the rest of the event.
Directions to the start: Coddenham is on the B1078.  Leave the A14 at its junction with the A140 and the B1078 is the first turning to the right off the A140.  Coddenham is the first village along the road.  After the road snakes around the church, turn left in the village centre.  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).

Notes

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

14th December 2019—Central Classics, Houten

24th November 2019—Kneels Wheels

17th November 2019—Bromfietsbeurs Heerhugowaard

3rd November 2019—Ipswich Old Bike Jumble

13th October 2019—NACC Vincent Run

13th October 2019—Suffolk Aviation Heritage Group’s Autumn Vintage Vehicle Day

6th October 2019—Copdock Show

22nd September 2019—EACC Norfolk Broads Run

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