The world’s biggest gathering of vintage and modern scooters - The Isle of Wight International Scooter Rally.
The first Isle of Wight International Scooter Rally was way back in 1980, scooter riders have come every August since, with numbers of participants numbering anywhere between four to seven thousand each year.
Organized by the British Scooter Rally Association and The VFM Scooter Collective, the rally has gone from strength to strength. The centre of the rally has always been in Ryde, with Smallbrook Stadium used as the main campsite, but over the years scooterists have spread all over the island, staying in camp sites and hotels in most towns across the island.
The 2014 Isle of Wight Scooter Rally takes place from 21st to 25th August, with the "Rally Hub" based at Smallbrook Stadium in Ryde. Tickets are available to buy from the VFM website at http://www.vfmscoot.co.uk
At the Rally Hub there will be a variety of entertainment, with live music, licensed bars, and traders stalls, with on-site camping available. There will also be a ride-out on Sunday 24th August starting at Ryde Esplanade.
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