BMF announces 60th birthday celebrations
The British Motorcyclists Federation has announced plans for its 60th birthday celebrations.
Founded on July 17 1960 as the Federation of National and One Make Motorcycle Clubs and later renamed to the British Motorcyclists Federation in 1965, the BMF has championed the rights of riders and their interests at a governmental level for decades.
To celebrate this anniversary in suitable style, the BMF will hold its ‘Bears and Bikes – Birthday in the Borders’ event on May 15-17 next year at Traquair House in Scotland. Visited by 27 Scottish kings and queens, Traquair is Scotland's oldest inhabited house and it dates back to 1107. It has been lived in by the Stuart family since 1491.
Tickets will go on sale soon, and will be £20 for BMF members and £25 for non-members. More information will be announced in the Events section here.