Scooter Events 2013
Isle of Wight Scooter Rally 2013
Event Opening (24/08/2013 - 27/08/2013)
Isle of Wight International Scooter Rally 2013
Isle Of Wight
EVENT DETAILS INTERNATIONAL SCOOTER RALLY
The first Isle of Wight International Scooter Rally was way back in 1980, scooter riders have come every August since, with numbers of participants numbering anywhere between four to seven thousand each year.
Organized by the British Scooter Rally Association and The VFM Scooter Collective, the rally has gone from strength to strength. The centre of the rally has always been in Ryde, with Smallbrook Stadium used as the main campsite, but over the years scooterists have spread all over the island, staying in camp sites and hotels in most towns across the island.
On the Saturday it is the International Scooter custom show at Planet Ice, seafront Ryde, scooter parts, clothing & accessories fair at Smallbrook Stadium and DJ's and live music at Ryde Superbowl, Ryde Seafront.
Sunday is the mass scooter ride-out leaving the Planet Ice car park at 1pm. It makes for an amazing sight with some fantastic looking machines on show with many of the riders dressing up for the occasion.
The evenings are very lively, with most of the entertainment based around the 1960s music scene with bands and DJ's in venues all over the island. The main venues are Planet Ice and The Balcony Bars with the biggest bands and sixties DJ playing here.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE ISLE OF WIGHT INTERNATIONAL SCOOTER RALLY 2013
Tel: +44 01983 201048
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by Alex Castagnetti, ScooterGiant.co.uk Ltd