Assembling once again at the Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum, the Sunday morning tour is another 35 mile leisurely amble which has been planned to take in some of the coastal roads to ensure that the beautiful vistas of the Hampshire coastline can be 'snapped' and recorded on camera memory cards and our own built-in hard drives! Included will be a visit to Milford-on-sea and a drive past (or stop if preferred) of Westover Hall, a one time thirties residence of Sir William and Lady Morris. They didn't stay in residence for very long long as the 'locals' were less than welcoming. His former home is now a popular hotel and rallyists who wish to immerse themselves in its history can also book their rally weekend accommodation here.
The Sunday tour is also planned to conclude at the Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum at Bashley. Here 400 vintage and classic motorcycles are on display, including an AJS Porcupine and the six cylinder Honda 250 cc bike that Mike Hailwood rode to TT success on the Isle-of-Man in the sixties. The museum www.sammymiller.co.uk has its own tea-rooms where lunches and snacks are also served, while entry to the museum itself is a very reasonable £6.90 per head.
Sunday morning Rally Tourists will be provided with a detailed route card with easy to follow instructions which should enable the cars occupants to take in the scenery at their leisure as no time restrictions apply. (Other than those demanded by stomachs). No further rally activities are planned for Sunday afternoon, this to allow rallyists to take to the Forest or coastal roads without the restriction of a set route to follow and sample the national treasure that is the New Forest for themselves.