International Island Classic: 27th Running Of Vintage Motorcycle Festival Scheduled January 24-26, 2020, At Phillip Island

International Island Classic: 27th Running Of Vintage Motorcycle Festival Scheduled January 24-26, 2020, At Phillip Island

© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit:.

SAVE THE DATE…27TH INTERNATIONAL ISLAND CLASSIC SET FOR 2020 AUSTRALIA DAY WEEKEND

The southern hemisphere’s largest historic motorcycle meet, the International Island Classic, returns to Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit next Australia Day long weekend, January 24-26, for the 27th running of the event.

Featuring a century of motorcycles from pre-war through to the new era machines, the event is a motorcycle-lovers’ paradise over a massive three days. From Friday to Sunday, the circuit brims with people passionate about bike racing, engineering and two-wheel history with over 450 bikes, 300 riders and 50 plus races starring on a packed agenda.

“It is fantastic to see the International Island Classic gear up for its 27th year. We’re looking forward to confirming further event details in the coming weeks,” said David Bennett, Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit General Manager.

Start planning your summer getaway to Phillip Island for the Australia Day long weekend with tickets to the 2020 International Island Classic to go on sale later this year.

For further information contact Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit on +61 (0)3 5952 2710 or visit islandclassic.com.au

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