The annual Mallory Bike Bonanza, now entering its fourth year, will be held across July 8 and 9.

The event will once again host parade sessions throughout the weekend on the Leicestershire circuit’s original track configuration. The meeting, organised by the circuit’s management team Real Motorsport Limited, promises an array of interesting motorcycles and sidecar outfits that will be seen taking to the track in parades throughout the weekend.


Saturday is all about PR5 road machines, whilst Sunday focuses on PR6 race machines. Parade sessions at the event offer a unique opportunity for the rider to take to the historic circuit, using the original track layout, being as special dispensation has once again been granted by the ACU to run the parades without chicanes.

Also taking the track once again will be the Hyundai British Sidecar Championship which is returning to the Mallory Bike Bonanza. After last year’s inaugural success, the weekend is now a solid feature in the sidecar championship’s fixture list.

Extensive practice and qualifying sessions will be included over the course of the weekend, concluding with two twenty-lap races on the Sunday. Away from the track, the Owd Codgers Motorcycle Club has also confirmed its return to hold a classic charity trial on Saturday. The trial will once again take place on the former motocross course, and with entries limited to 50 riders, it is expected to fill up fast.


Entry fees from the trial will be donated to the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. In addition to the track activities, there will be lots more happening during the weekend, including club central displays, trade stalls, live music, autograph sessions, a licensed bar and an open paddock, allowing you to get close to the action.

Natalie Hansard from Real Motorsport Limited said: “We are delighted that the Bike Bonanza is now a solid fixture on the circuit calendar, preparations for the event are progressing nicely and we are really pleased to see that many visitors, including spectators, clubs, and paraders are eager to return year on year.


“We are thrilled that a special dispensation has once again been granted to allow all parades to be ran on the circuits original configuration, after receiving feedback from previous years it became apparent that running parades on the circuit without chicanes is what the riders wanted and so we are really pleased we have been able to offer this truly unique opportunity.”

To enter your motorcycle or sidecar outfit to parade please visit:

For more information please contact Emily Davis on 01455 502214

Tony Carter

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