Belgium Classic Celebrates seven decades of MotoGP

With 70 years of MotoGP as the main theme, Bikers’ Classics promises to have something for everyone when it returns to the iconic Belgian venue of Spa this summer as part of the A-XOC series.

Organised by Classic Racing Motorcycles Belgium (CRMB) – the only Belgian club fully dedicated to old competition bikes – the event always provides close, fast, racing.

“Our club has been an active partner of Bikers’ Classics since the first event in 2005,” said Eddy De Keyser, head of CRMB.

“As this gathering is taking place at the historical site of the MotoGP of Belgium, we just had to be there in order to honour our national Grand Prix.”

The Belgian Classic Grand Prix has been running for six years now, and over the years has presented a real international flavour of marques and models – König, Paton, Ducati, Aermacchi Alla d’Oro, Norton Manx, Matchless, AJS, Seeley, Drixton, Honda, and Yamaha are all set to be at the circuit.

Two races of the Belgian Classic Grand Prix, part of the 2019 A-XOC Bikers’ Classics, are scheduled for Saturday, July 6 and Sunday, July 7.

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