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NMM Cabin Fever Meet, England. Saturday 30th December.

Chris Jessop

Cruisin' Guzzisti
GT Contributor
Aug 24, 2017
Yorkshire, England.
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Escape the seasonal festivities and come along to the 20th Cabin Fever meet on Saturday 30th December which closes the 2023 events season.

This informal meet starts at 11.00am and usually runs until 3.00pm. There’s no charge for parking or for entrance to the museum shop and foyer food court.

All Moto Guzzi enthusiasts are welcome. Come on two wheels or four wheels.

The National Motorcycle Museum is located on Junction 6 of the M42 (A45) directly opposite the NEC.

Website: nationalmotorcyclemuseum.co.uk

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Cabin Fever 2023 was very well attended with approx. 30 people making the journey to the National Motorcycle Museum. Thank you to everyone who came along.

There were 4 motorcycles at the event, 2 Moto Guzzis, 1 Royal Enfield and 1 Yamaha. Thanks to Steve Loxton (Himalayan) and Glynn + partner (V7 Racer + Yamaha) for braving the conditions.

The 20th edition was certainly one of the wettest Cabin Fever meets. It didn’t rain much while we were at the museum but the 220-mile round trip from West Yorkshire was blighted with periods of heavy rain. Our 2005 109,000-mile Breva V1100 didn’t miss a beat.

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