Tag: Classic Bike Club

Annual Classic Bike Club Display On Sunday

Annual Classic Bike Club Display On Sunday

The Bermuda Classic Bike Club will be holding their Annual Bike Display on Sunday [Oct 6] at the eastern end of Kindley Field Road [Ferry Reach] near the Swing Bridge.Previously scheduled for this past weekend, the inclement weather caused the club to postpone the event. “Come out and display your bikes or come down and see many different custom... Read more of this article

Upcoming: Annual Classic Bike Club Display

Upcoming: Annual Classic Bike Club Display

The Bermuda Classic Bike Club will be holding their Annual Bike Display on Sunday [Sept 29] at the eastern end of Kindley Field Road [Ferry Reach] near the Swing Bridge.The Bermuda Classic Bike Club was formed in 2002 to preserve Bermuda’s motorcycling history and provide a voice for their members when addressing legislation or laws that may affect... Read more of this article

Videos/Photos: Classic Bike Club Charity Ride

Videos/Photos: Classic Bike Club Charity Ride

[Updated] The Bermuda Classic Bike Club is hosting their New Year’s charity ride today [Jan 27], which started in Hamilton and headed to the east. After stopping in St George’s Square, the group headed back to Ice Queen, before making their way to Dockyard.The group consists of dozens of bikes — and one 1948 model car — and they plan... Read more of this article

Upcoming: Bermuda Classic Bike Club Ride

Upcoming: Bermuda Classic Bike Club Ride

The Bermuda Classic Bike Club is hosting their New Year’s ride on Sunday January 27th starting at Cafe Acoreano in Hamilton at 9am. The ride is taking a different route this year – first heading to St George’s Square for an approximate 10-minute stop, before heading on to Ice Queen for a 20-minute stop. They will then ride on to Dockyard... Read more of this article

Photos: Classic Bike & Mobylette Gathering

Photos: Classic Bike & Mobylette Gathering

Sunday the 6th January saw almost forty classic auxiliary and motorcycles gathered at the horse and buggy stand on Front Street. Some of the old time Bermuda favorites included the French-made Mobylette and Peugeot 50cc powered cycles.Notables included a super clean bright orange Vespa scooter with spotless chrome rims which was owned by OBA MP Jeff... Read more of this article


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