As GoldWing riders, we are sure you will agree that the Yorkshire Air Ambulance is a worthy cause and by taking part, you will be automatically supporting this excellent life saving charity.
On Friday 7th September the evening light show competition is to be held at Brown's Caravan Park on Mill Lane, Cayton YO11 3NN, just across the road from where our previous shows were staged. The evening is organised by Cliff Tween who suggests those who want to take part should get there in good time for an 8.00pm start. Full details of the evening's best lit bike show will be published nearer the date. Keep watching our news page.
Riders' Registration will take place only on Saturday 9th September from 10.00am onwards as riders arrive at Foreshore Road or West Pier Car Park. Registration will be open until 7.40pm for those riders who turn up late or who just want to take part in the parade. All riders will receive our 2018 sticker which should be displayed on the inside of your windscreen. The registration fee is £5 per bike.
The vinyl sticker you receive at registration should be placed on the INSIDE of your windscreen as soon as possible after registration. Please give the sticker a good rub, It's designed to be easily removed and it will not harm your screen.
On Sunday there's an excellent ride out organised once again by GoldWing Light Parade team member Phil Houghton. Riders to meet at the Cayton Bay Holiday Park 10.00am for a 10.30am start. The ride will end at Sewerby Hall and Gardens for the Bridlington Weekend of Motoring Show where riders get in free of charge and can display their bikes whilst having a look around Yorkshire’s biggest Motor Showcase.
Phil does a great job with his rides so if you want to see something special, this one is a must.
Parade safety notes can be found by clicking on the logo. These notes are comprehensive and form part of our agreement with Scarborough Borough Council who take over jurisdiction of the evening parade. The council recommend that riders read the notes and in addition they should drive their machines legally and with the utmost care. The parade will be monitored on the council's street cctv cameras situated at various points along the route.
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