The 2nd edition of the Vintage & Motorcycle show is going to enthrall the bike aficionados on 16th and 17th February from 09.00am at the Paryatan Bhavan, Khasa Kothi hotel, Jaipur. The show will provide a stage to more than 100 vintage and classic motorcycles manufactured between 1933 and 1980, most of which have been built during the first and Second World War.
According to the organizers, some of the bikes are the rarest of rare and unique, and have never been modified to preserve the heritage; 7 of these bikes were on display at India Bike Week as well. Visitors will get a chance to see bikes from some iconic brands like BSA motorcycles, Indian, Harly-Davidson, Royal Enfield, Triumph, James, Excelsior, Norman, etc.
The two-day event will start on 16th February; her Excellency Margaret Alva, Governor, Rajasthan State will inaugurate the show, while Princess Diya Kumari of Jaipur and Hon’ble Narendra Singh will be the chief guest. On Day 2 of the event, that is, 17th, there will be a bike rally around the city starting from the venue to continue to the Jawahar Circle ending at venue; this rally will have many, around 100, vintage bikes wowing the city from 2 pm to 4pm, which will be flagged-off by Mr. B.L. Soni, Police Commissioner, Jaipur City. After the rally, an award ceremony is to be held to honor the bike owners..