Fans of classic motorcycles have already saved the date: the first weekend of July at the track of Spa-Francorchamps.
And it would be wise to do just like them! Because if there ever is an event for classic bikes you just cannot miss out on, it's this one.
Since 2002, the Bikers' Classics are the place to be to admire wonderful machines and to see the legendary former world champions in action. For this 2015 edition, the organising team of DG Sport will let the spotlights shine on the GP motorcycles form the fifties and the sixties. Two eras, after the Second World War, in which the European motorcycle scene relived. Years in which the engineers' rivalled one another in order to get more power out of their engines and to make more reliable machines, building a strong reputation for their factories with the help of the track riders.
An era in which the fragile 50, 80 and 125 cc's were as popular as, if not more popular than, the reign categories reserved for the larger displacements 350 and 500 cc.
But as usual, the Bikers' Classics will also be a mix of the most diversified animations, such as a concert and of course the second round of the European Classic Series for the endurance specialists. Spectacle guaranteed!
There will also be a lifestyle village of which a large part will be dedicated to the Café Racer, Scrambler and Bobber; all prove of the imagination of motorcycle builders with a very personal view on two wheelers.
A 13th edition that will be worth the visit, just like the previous editions. Programme and information can be found online.