New British electric motorcycle manufacturer Maeving will be attending the opening of Bicester Scramble! this weekend as the automotive event season kicks off.
Maeving will bring a selection of the new Maeving RM1 electric motorcycles for showgoers to see up close and try them for size.
The first of the Bicester Scramble events will be on January 8 – please remember this is an advance ticket-only event, and they will need to be booked ahead of the day, running from 9 am until 2 pm.
The Maeving RM1 is a British-designed and built electric motorcycle aimed at urban riders who need a fun bike to ride around the city streets.
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With a battery range of up to 80 miles and a price starting at £5995 they make sense for many existing riders but also those utterly new to riding. A Maeving RM1 can be ridden with just a CBT licence.
Come along and say hello to the friendly team and find out what the Maeving RM1 is all about and how it can easily fit into your life.
To find out more about Maeving Motorcycles, check out the website HERE.
What’s the Bicester Scramble! all about?
Scramble! into the New Year on Sunday, January 8 2023, at the Bicester Heritage site.
Explore the historic motoring hub from 9 am until 2 pm and take a glimpse behind the doors of 47 industry-leading specialists, allowing behind-the-scenes access to their showrooms and workshops – beat the winter blues and enjoy a family-fun day out!
Scramblers membership club will be present in full force, promising a range of curated delights for members and non-members around the restored WW2 RAF base, with action, promised from Scramblers HQ – Building 94.
Family and dog friendly, the Scramble is a beautiful way to while away the weekend hours in the company of some spectacular machines, with fresh air aplenty.
It is an advance ticket-only event. Passes for this event are per person (not per car) and are only available in advance. They will not be available to purchase at the gate on the day. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
The purchase price for each Pass includes a £1 donation towards Starter Motor, a Bicester Heritage-based charity that intends to put young enthusiasts in the driving seat. To find out more, please visit www.startermotor.co.
Children under 15 years of age may attend free of charge but still require a Pass (including babies and toddlers).
Well-behaved dogs are welcome but must always be on the lead.