Come and join us as we finish the season in style at Kempton Park with a packed motorcycle autojumble combined with an off-road & racing show!
For this special December event, we’ll be welcoming some beautiful machines from the off-road and racing worlds covering all the major disciplines.
As always, the show will play host to some unique club stands and incredible private entries, celebrating some of the finest motorcycles from a bygone era. Prizes will be awarded during the day, including Best in Show and Ace Cafe London will be offering a prize for ‘Best Flat Tracker’.
Alongside the extraordinary show, there will be a huge selection of jumble stalls and trade stands offering bargains on all sorts of motorcycle items and project bikes. Specialist and general trade stands will be bringing along their tools and items, offering everything you could possibly need for your project. The hustle and bustle of the jumble creates a fantastic vibe for buying and selling that special automotive piece for a great price. The friendly atmosphere makes this show a highlight in many social calendars within the motorcycle family.
You’ll be covered for a cuppa and a bite to eat, as catering units will be on site. So you can relax and socialise while browsing through the full array of nuts, bolts and everything in between.
Allen Millyard at Kempton
There may not be horse-racing, but there will certainly be horse-power when genius engineer Allen Millyard comes along with some of his wackiest bike creations, including his award-winning ‘Flying Millyard’, which is powered by a gigantic, 5.0-litre V-twin engine designed for an aeroplane and resembles a two-wheeled Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, magically created in a suburban garage in Berkshire.
Millyard is far from unambitious when it comes to building unusual and never-before-seen motorcycles. He is well-known for creating his mind-boggling 8.0-litre motorcycle using a V10 engine from a Dodge Viper sports car. Satisfy all your senses when you get to hear, see and smell some of his spell-binding creations when he starts up his ferocious and gripping freaks of motorcycle engineering. After more than two decades, he’s produced dozens of Kawasaki fours, fives, little Honda V-twins, V8 and V12 Kawasakis, and the six-cylinder RC374 ‘Hailwood Tribute’.
Allen Millyard said: “I’m really excited to attend the Kempton Park Autojumble this December. I’ll be bringing some of my favourite and most ambitious projects, including my Kawasaki H1 500 LC four which was awarded ‘most OTT motorcycle’ at Salon Privé concourse d’elegance at Blenheim Palace in 2017, and a Kawasaki S3 666 five based on a 1973 S2 400 with additional cylinders, which I made for my son Sam’s birthday.”