Historic motorcycles hit the road for the 66th Banbury Run

Father and son Steve and James (11) from Suffolk on their 1920 Scots Squirrel with wicker side car. It has been in their family for 65 years.
Picture by Lucy Ford NNL-140806-221725009

Father and son Steve and James (11) from Suffolk on their 1920 Scots Squirrel with wicker side car. It has been in their family for 65 years. Picture by Lucy Ford NNL-140806-221725009

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Vintage motorbikes dating back to the start of the 20th Century arrived at the Heritage Motor Centre near Gaydon on Sunday for the 66th Banbury Run.

About 550 bikes belonging to Vintage Motorcycle Club (VMCC) members arrived in the morning with thousands of enthusiasts getting the chance to see them before they rode through the surrounding countryside.

The annual event was originally held in Banbury but had to move to Gaydon as it became more and more popular.

 

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