For those who love two wheels too...

By popular demand we have developed the motorcycle element at the Classic each year and, as a result, we have now given it a proper home within our ever-growing display areas: MotoWorld. With the support of our friends at World GP Bike Legends who have been a popular part of the Classic for a number of years, MotoWorld – located next to the National Paddock – put a spotlight on the world of motorbikes.

World GP Bike Legends

The World GP Bike Legends were out in force in 2019, treating visitors to the stunning spectacle of some of the most beautiful looking – and sounding – racing bikes blasting around the full Grand Circuit ridden by some of the sport’s top names from past eras. Plus, there were a series of meet & greet sessions between the dramatic track demos.

Other Bike Displays

The bike content in 2019 was complemented by a presence from DirtQuake when the flat-track motorbike festival joined us with a DQ themed café. There was also a stunning line-up of bikes representing Ace Cafe and the famous 59 Club (celebrating its 60th anniversary).

We were also pleased to be joined again by Triumph Motorcycles with a display of stunning bikes in the Purple Zone. 

Wall of Death

Located away from MotoWorld but still firmly supporting the 2-wheeled line-up, the Wall of Death was also back by popular request in 2019! Performances started at 11am each day in the Orange Zone, giving the chance to see the Wall of Death artists cling to their machines; steering them with their feet, sitting sideways, backwards and forwards, and generally breaking down the forces of gravity.


Rocking & Racing

Live music line-up on Friday and Saturday evenings included  with all tickets