The Bonneville was put into production at Meriden on the 4th September 1958 and quietly launched in November at the 1958 Earls Court show. Today Triumph has a complete range using and celebrating the Bonneville name and with variants still being launched, 2018 will be a great year of Triumph & Celebration!
Bonneville 60 will include many examples of Bonneville’s stretching back to that 1st production run. Many side merchandise stands, bringing a chic cafe, Ton up style scene where you can smell the fuel additives and feel the leather. A once in a decade event that brings a great mix of iconic motorcycles of the 20th century to today’s retro-classic- modern Bonneville’s to a wonderful venue that’s not too big with great road links within a classic setting.
Bonneville 60 is our way of joining that celebration @ Uttoxeter Racecourse, Wood Lane, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 8BD. Tickets on sales NOW! Click here to order tickets for this once in a lifetime event.
Children up to the age of 16 are FREE to attend with a paying adult.
There will be entertainment on both Friday and Saturday nights, with Bars and hot food stands on site.
11am - Gates open for camping – free camping for all ticket holders.
Let’s get the party started, Hot food and bars open with entertainment from early evening onwards, including live band. Are you talking Bonneville's?
11:00am - The Bonneville 60 Bike Show opens to the Public. Anyone displaying a machine must have their machine on site before this time.
12:00 - Concours categories from Meriden to Newton Abbot to Hinckley. Hand crafted timing cover Trophies sponsored by Staffordshire Triumph awarded to each category winner.
Static Bike displays galore from TOMCC branches nationwide.
Traders dealing in everything Bonneville and more, all connected in keeping your Bike on the road.
Bars (late night licence Saturday only) Hot food outlets and disco/ live band.
Breakfast and depart for home.
Race course to be vacated by 3:00 pm Sunday 16th September 2018.
"Riding a Bonneville... always take the long road home."