2022 Lincs. Italian Motorcycle Festival Saturday 13th August.

We would like to invite Moto Guzzi enthusiasts to this year’s event on Saturday 13th August.

Please see event webpage: https://www.ukbuellgroup.co.uk/450376484

Online advance tickets go on sale over the Easter weekend, 15th to 18th April. The admission price will also be confirmed.

Having an advance ticket speeds up your entry to the event without the need for handling cash and the obvious delays this can cause during the peak arrival period. We realise not everyone can commit to buying an advance ticket, so you also have the option to pay cash on the gate.

Reminder, this event takes place on Saturday 13th August. Optional advance tickets are still available.

Please see event webpage: Em's Day 2022 - www.ukbuellgroup.co.uk

A picture from last year’s event, a very rare Ducati-powered Bimota Tesi 3D Naked Edizione Finale. Only 45 were produced.

I went last year, there was a good turn out of Guzzis, and some very good and interesting examples. Hopefully should be going this year too.

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LAHC have confirmed that their Avro Lancaster NX611 will perform taxi-runs at 11:00, 13:30 and 16:00. Due to the high temperature forecast for Saturday NX611 may be returned to the hanger after each run to keep the temperature down inside this precious aircraft.

This means that the front of the hanger must be kept clear and consequently motorcycle parking won’t be in the usual place. We expect to be directed to park around the control tower area, but this won’t be confirmed until Saturday morning.

Update from LAHC 11-08-22 @ 16:30:

With the temperatures actually now higher for Saturday than originally forecast we have taken the difficult decision to cancel the Lancaster taxy runs. Having completed the taxy runs today we feel it is simply not wise to operate in any higher heat. I’m sorry that will no doubt come as a disappointment but the temperature on the aircraft today has been over 37 degrees even with keeping the aircraft in the hangar as much as possible and we must put the safety of the crew, customers and aircraft first.