Bikes

Bikes

Magnificent motorcycles - The World's best will be on display. There will be classic motorcycle demonstrations and trade stands plus enthralling on-the-track action featuring parades, ride pasts and speed trials, where two wheelers tested each other to the limit on the Power and Speed circuit.

Star Bikes OF 2016 are:

1967 MV AGUSTA GRAND PRIX MACHINE

This became the most successful GP machine in the hands of Giacomo Agostini from 1966 to 1974. 

2015 Kawasaki (H2 Ninja)

1959 VINCENT VISCOUNT

This bike broke the AMA Land Speed Record in the 1000 MPS – VG Class, with a speed of 131.684 mph. A new record was also set in the 1000 – MPS – CG Class of 124.862. With further modifications since then, who knows what the Vincent Viscount might achieve?

Vincent Viscount

YAMAHA TZ750

The Yamaha Tz750 was originally built to compete in the Formula 750 World Championship. The engine is across the frame 4 cylinder 2 strong of 700cc which has two TZ350 twins on a common crankshank. The machine being used today is fitted with a Spondon Engineering Frame and Swing Arm.

Yamaha TZ750

Here's a taster of the entry list for Cholmondeley Power and Speed 2016;

Year Bike
1933 Rudge TT Rep
1936 BMW
1938 Moto Guzzi
1957 Norton Manx Jap
1959 Vincent
1961 Norton Manx
1961 DHW Race
1962 Honda CR63
1964 Bianchi GP Race
1968 Benelli
1964 Race Suzuki Race
1966 Royal Enfield GT
1967 MV Agusta
1969 Aermacci Ala D'Ora
1969 Paton Grand Prix
1973 Trackmaster
1976 Yamaha TZ
1978 Suzuki RG500
1982 Suzuki Heron XR41
1998 Yamaha YZR500
1998 Magni Australia
2004 Honda 6
1990 Price Suzuki GSXR
1956 Norton Dominator 99
1982 Ireson F1
2009 GG Quadster
2002 Ducati Bostrom
2005 Ducati 999R Xerox
2005 LCR 1 F1
1961 Matchless G50
1956 Triumph T110 650
1981 Yamaha TZ 350
1999 Honda Fireblade CBR RRX
1962 Bultaco TSS
1994 Ducati 916
2011 Ducati Diavel Carbon
1949 Triumph GP
1923 Indian Scout
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    Childrens Activities

    Cholmondeley Power and Speed is a family event, so we've got plenty of action for children too! From mini tanks to extreme adventure courses, find out more here.