CLUB MOTOFEST BREAKIFEST
Members of Club MotoFest are invited to join us for our upcoming Club MotoFest BreakieFest in Broadgate.
We will be combining all the fantastic vehicles - cars and motorcycles - that attend MotoFest from the past, present and future aspects of the automotive industry.
Upcoming BreakieFest Dates
- Our next BreakieFest is on Saturday 27th January 2024 in Broadgate.
How to get involved?
Vehicles remain the responsibility of their owners at all times during BreakieFest.
Please note, registrations for each event will only be opened one at a time. This allows new Club MotoFest members the opportunity to join us for events before they sell out.
What is the cost?
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.
There has been an increase in the cost of administrating and insuring these events. We are therefore introducing a small charge (£1 for motorcycles, £3 for cars) to help cover these costs.
What happens at the BreakieFest?
Club MotoFest Breakfast Stories
We love hearing about you and your vehicles stories and BreakieFest is a great opportunity to share these with the team!
Returning to Coventry after many years! Registered first in Northampton but now living in Coventry, the MotoFest Team finds out more about this stunning red Sunbeam Alpine at the recent Club MotoFest BreakFest Meet. A highlight for the MotoFest Team at our BreakFest Meets is the opportunity to spend time speaking with our Club MotoFest...
All Aggro? Absolutely not! When Jason went looking for a classic Range Rover as his first classic vehicle, little did he know that his quest would end up in Halifax, with a Vanden Plas… Jason Dennis hails from Surrey, but has lived in Coventry for 12 years. ‘I studied at Coventry University and simply never...
A Family Affair In the same family from new, MotoFest Team member, Neil Campbell finds out why this Swede, which joined us for our BreakFest Meet last weekend, will always have a link to Coventry. Built in Gothenburg on December 19th 1957 and landing in Kristiansand on the 30th, this Volvo spent its entire life in Norway until five...
If your vehicle has an interesting story and you are joining us for a BreakieFest, give us a heads up by contacting the team at email@example.com