Bicester Heritage Scrambles 2020
October 4 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Bicester Heritage’s first Scramble since January promises to be a warm welcome back. The organisers are working hard to ensure that this event follows the current government guidelines, so do look out for some exciting changes to the traditional layout with extra consideration given to ensure that there is enough space between everyone, whilst maintaining the wonderful Scramble atmosphere.
Take your pre-1990 vehicle and become part of the show. From commercials to motorcycles, pre-war, veterans and modern classics, all are welcome in the spirit of the eclectic nature of the Bicester Scrambles. There have been some big changes since your last visit and the organisers are keen for you to have a look around.
If you already hold a pass for the April or June Scrambles then these will grant you access. However, it is recommended that you log into your Eventbrite account and print off your new pass which specifies the October date (all pass holders will need to display their paper or digital pass on entrance). With only a few hundred passes remaining, please click the button below to purchase yours before they go.
Family-friendly and laid back, the Scramble is a wonderful way to while away the hours on a Sunday in the company of some spectacular machines.
Tickets will only be available online in advance and not at the gate on the day.
Founded in 2014 the Sunday Scramble began as a ‘cars and coffee’ get together amidst the early stages of our restoration works.
Six years on and the Sunday Scramble is an event of national repute, attracting enthusiasts from across the UK and Europe, offering the opportunity to explore the former RAF Bicester base, the restored wartime buildings and the specialists businesses based here. It truly is an open day and car meet unlike any other.
Starting with some 100 visitors at the first Scramble in 2014, the event has grown significantly with over 6,500 visitors gathering at Bicester Heritage for the ‘season opener’ Scramble, January 2020.
Having been off limits to the public for the best part of one hundred years in the hands of the RAF and MOD, historic vehicle owners and enthusiasts can now drive through the gates to this once hidden location and spend a Sunday morning freely exploring the Technical Site, specialists businesses based here and bring their own pre-1990 vehicles to add to the diverse display of machinery that makes this event so spectacular.
Expect to find plenty of automotive displays, food stalls, workshops and showrooms to explore, an eclectic mix of cars and a great family focused automotive experience.
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