Period outfits sought to join Sidecar Revival parade

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ORGANISERS of the Cadwell Park Sidecar Revival are seeking period sidecar outfits to join the parade.

The event is being held over the weekend June 23-24, and is set to feature two days of race action along with nostalgia parades and passenger rides.

Now the team behind the event is seeking people with interesting period outfits who may want to take part in the parade. 

The parade is expected to include a variety of sidecars spanning four decades, with famous names like former World Champions Steve Webster MBE and Steve Abbott booked to showcase their three-wheeled missiles across the weekend.

Along with the parades, there will be a packed programme of sidecar and solo racing action.

It will include the fourth round of the Hyundai Construction Equipment British F1 Sidecar Championship, a round of the Camathias Cup, dedicated to classic sidecars, along with an open F2 class.

Solo action will come from the GP Originals, bringing the sights, sounds and smells of the Post Classic period of the 1970s and early 80s, while modern bikes will also be out in action with open races for up to 1300cc machines.

Anyone who is interested in showcasing their classic outfit in the parades is urged to register their interest as soon as possible. Entry forms for all classes are also now available.

The meeting is being handled by the British Motorcycle Racing Club – click here to download entry forms, documents and regs from the Bemsee website.

For further information regarding the parades, contact Mike Dommett via email:

Main image: Lee Hollick


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