Taking place within the beautiful setting of Kempton Park Racecourse, this bike jumble is the perfect place to rummage through the many spare parts needed for your restoration project, or to simply keep your bike running. The Kempton Park Motorcycle Jumble hosts at least 250 stalls for regular traders and is a great opportunity for bike enthusiasts looking to make some space in their garage. There is also a motorcycle mart where owners can exhibit their machines and restoration projects to punters willing to part with their cash. Visitors come from all parts of the UK and other parts of Europe, so you can be sure to find a buyer for your special wares. There is a wide selection of stall locations including many undercover, and the show enjoys a busy market atmosphere as soon as the gates open. Among the hustle and bustle of the jumble, the friendly vibe at the show creates a highlight in the social calendar within the vintage motorcycling fraternity. This is the ideal place to meet with like-minded biking enthusiasts and haggle over parts and spares. Catering units will be on site, so sit back and socialise with a hot drink and a bite to eat while browsing through the huge amounts of trade stands. Boasting its own train station, and being placed close to the M25, Kempton Racecourse is perfectly located whether you’re travelling by bike, car or rail. And did we mention there’s free parking too? This is the ideal place to meet with like-minded biking enthusiasts and haggle over parts and spares. Catering units will be on-site, so sit back and socialise with a hot drink and a bite to eat while browsing through the huge amounts of trade stands.
Millennium Hall, Horton-cum-Studley, Oxford OX33 1BH
Five halls of pre-1980 show bikes, club stands, traders and motorcycle-only autojumble, plus outside 'jumble. Large indoor and outdoor Bikejumble with new and used spares, bikes, clothing & accessories for sale. Free parking, great range of catering (previous events featured local free-range Hog roast, fantastic Italian smokerie, toasty sandwiches, artisan bakery and real coffee in addition to standard burgers). Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome. The Royal British Legion Riders Branch will be providing a Helmet Park in aid of the RBL in The Stockman’s Building.