Plans are pushing on for the 17th edition of Bikers’ Classics, which will take place at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium from July 5 to 7.
For the 2019 event the sidecars will be entitled to free sessions on the track (in addition to their traditional parades) and the old trial machines will once again be honoured with the second edition of the Trial Vintage.
The official theme has also been announced as 70 years of Grand Prix Motorcycles, an anniversary that already promises to attract many exceptional participants.
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It was in 1949 that the FIM organised the first world championship. All the six races in the first season were contested in Europe.
They were open to five categories: 125cc, 250cc, 350cc, 500cc and sidecars, with the circuit hosting Belgium’s first GP.
During the weekend there will be four sidecar sessions for the reduced price of €220.
The organisers wanted to make a gesture for motorcycles by reducing the registration price to €390 (for seven sessions).
To register or for more information go to: www.bikersclassics.be
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