The first bike jumble was held at Kempton in 1986 after it moved from Ascot racecourse. Its origins can be traced back to small autojumble events held in Eton church hall during the late seventies.
Kempton Jumble now accommodates at least 250 stalls for regular traders and is a very useful venue for enthusiasts having “clear outs”. There is a wide selection of stall locations including many under cover. It has a busy market atmosphere when it opens at 10am and, for many in the vintage motorcycling fraternity, it is a social event and meeting point.
I met with a couple of friends, took some (35mm) shots had a bit to eat and bought a few bits and bobs, then had a great ride back. A great day!
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