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Saturday 15 April - Classic Bike Burn Up @ Castle Combe 
Sat 27 & Sun 28 May - Welsh Classic Motorcycle Festival @ Anglesey 
Sat 15 & Sun 16 July - Suzuki Live @ Cadwell Park 
Friday 28 July - Donington Park 
Friday 25 Aug - Classic Bike Burn Up @ Castle Combe 
Sat 16 & Sun 17 Sept - Cadwell Moto @ Cadwell Park 


The Welsh Classic Motorcycle Festival track schedule will not only feature a wealth of classic machines taking part in track sessions throughout the weekend, but also a number of parades for the special anniversaries being celebrated at the event.  
Everyone is sure to enjoy seeing the displays of machines in the paddock and the show area, whether they are rarely seen race bikes with an enviable history, or one of the six iconic bikes this years WCMF is celebrating over the weekend, but having the opportunity to ride them or to be seen in action on Anglesey's exhilarating Coastal Circuit adds a completely different dimension for both the riders and spectators.  
All parades for historic race bikes or anniversary machines are free to enter for riders displaying any of these machines in the show, but places are very limited. If you would like to take part in either the Race Bike or Anniversary Parade on either day, please complete the relevant form below. 
The parades are a perfect opportunity to experience riding not one but two of Anglesey's incredible circuits; the Coastal on Saturday and the Internaitonal on Sunday for the riders taking part in the anniversary parades for bikes celebrating special anniversaries at 12:15 on each day. All places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.  
The Anniversary parades are speed controlled 'PR5' Parades by the CBT instructors. Each parade will include 3 laps of the circuit, so are suitable for riders of all levels of experience. No pillions are allowed on the parade. Riders must pre-book using the form below. 
Anniversary Parade Requirements 
All bikes must meet a static noise limit of 105dBA  
All bikes must be in good mechanical trackworthy condition with NO oil or fluid leaks 
Riders must wear proper motorcycle clothing; full leathers (one piece or fully zip together), or armoured Gortex jacket & trousers, full face helmet with visor (flip front helmet not allowed), gloves and boots - all in good undamaged condition 
Riders must show their full DVLA licence (photo card is acceptable) or ACU licence at registration (Time TBC). Restricted licences are not acceptable.  
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