Scramblers Club celebrates bumper turnout for April event

Scramblers, the Bicester Heritage membership club, saw a record 300 members’ cars join the display as part of the sell-out two-day Scramble event on the Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April.

Over 11,000 attendees attended the Scramble, the first weekend-long event at capacity since 2019.

The Club welcomed a variety of content including a Healey by Caton on display outside Scramblers’ Headquarters in Building 94 on the Sunday, the Prodrive 2000 BTCC winning Ford Mondeo on the Scramblers Lawn alongside a Playstation themed display and a Drive-It day organised by Hagerty UK.

Born from the success of the site’s public Scramble events, Scramblers hosts exclusive members-only gatherings on the final weekend of each month. These gatherings, or Scramblers ‘Assemblies’ celebrate a variety of themes, with Hot-Hatches, 90s Icons, British Classics featured to date. The highlight for many was a members’ breakfast meeting in January for rally cars, nicknamed the ‘Brekkie Recce’.

Dates and themes for the remaining monthly Scramblers Assemblies:

  • June 26th – Transformers (kits/specials/mods)
  • July 31st – TBC
  • August 29th – Bank Holiday M Day, 50 years of M division
  • September 24th – Poster Cars & Supercars
  • October 30th – Halloween – ugly/scary cars
  • November 27th – Work Horses, (Vans, buses, campers, transporters)
  • December 11th – Festive Four-Wheelers

Still within its first year of inception, the club now boasts over 6000 members, who have signed up via the wearescramblers.com website, home to film, photography and quality writing about Bicester Heritage and the industry it supports.

Normally accessible by appointment only, Bicester Heritage sits on the larger Bicester Motion site, the best-preserved WW2 RAF Bomber Station in the country. The quarter is home to 47 industry-leading Specialist workshops that the Bicester Heritage hub for historic motoring enterprise is renowned for.

Scramblers exists to celebrate the historic motoring sector and the magic in the driving and preservation of classic cars, while making these experiences open and accessible for future generations.

Philip White, Associate Director, Brand and Marketing comments;

“It was great to see such a variety of Scramblers’ machines out in force for the April event – reflected in the outstanding displays we had across the majority of the Bicester Heritage site. It’s wonderful for us to see the club going from strength to strength, and we are looking forward to seeing what the second half of the year brings.”

Join us for the next Scramblers Assembly, celebrating the Indy 500 on the 29th of May – keep an eye on the website for more details.

Join Scramblers at www.wearescramblers.com and follow on Instagram @wearescramblers or Twitter via @WeAreScramblers and on Facebook at @Wearescramblers.

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