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Club Motofest Breakfest Meets – 2022
July 23 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
The third event of 2022 is a ‘Club MotoFest BreakFest Meet’. This will be held in Millennium Place, outside the Coventry Transport Museum,
The next BreakFest Meet will be a motorcycle special featuring a small ride in for those joining ahead of the meet.
Don’t panic, there will still be spaces for classic and modern cars at the event!
COVENTRY MOTOFEST CONCOURS 2022
Coventry Concours is the MotoFest take on a Concours d’Elegance competition. Following the success of last summer’s Concours the organisers are delighted to announce Coventry Concours will be returning on MotoFest weekend – 10th and 11th September.
The MotoFest organisers are looking for the best examples of Coventry made, designed or manufactured cars and motorcycles from the 1950s through to the present day.
If you feel that your vehicle meets the above criteria and is in “tip-top” condition you can submit it for consideration for entry into the Concours competition click on this link –
Acceptance is entirely at the discretion of the organisers whose decision is final. Clicking on this button takes you to a MotoFest website for which CSI has no responsibility whatsoever.
MotoFest is a not for profit organisation and is designed to be a catalyst to inspire and celebrate the past, present and future of the automotive industry. MotoFest raises money through donations and sponsorship to deliver its increasing portfolio of events.
With this in mind, the Club does not ask for a fee or entry charge to the BreakFest Meets, rather, those joining are asked to donate to the running of Club MotoFest BreakFest Meets to ensure they can continue.
Future dates –
- Saturday 23rd July 2022
- Saturday 22nd October 2022
Coventry Motofest 2022 –
A story from Coventry (click on photo)
Photos from MotoFest 2021 –
Motorfest 2018 –
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