Early Sunday morning 10th July. Our accommodation near Morton Paddox.
We would like to thank everyone who attended Moto Guzzi Day 2022.
A total of 97 Moto Guzzis arrived during the day, including 25 V85TT’s. There were also approx. 20 other makes at the event.
We had hoped for a good selection of Guzzi
models at the event and we were not disappointed. Machines from the 1960’s through to the present day with just a few hundred miles on the clock made for an interesting get-together.
The free and informal nature of this event again worked very
well. We were very pleased with how the day worked out.
Honourable mentions must go to all the British Motor Museum staff who provided help and support both prior to and during the event plus Alan Keill and Piaggio UK who helped with publicity using
their social media channels.
Also, thanks to MSC Nottingham who supported the event by their presence. They provided test rides of the V85TT and V7-850 and were kept busy all day with enquiries from motorcycle enthusiasts and the public who were attending
other car events on the same day.
Moto Guzzi Day 2023 will take place at the same location on Saturday 8th July.