More than a thousand of classic and vintage vehicles, trucks and motorbikes were gathered together in one place to participate in the biggest classic rally Bay to Birdwood 2014. Also, we could see some military units there as well and even a gun. Traditionally the meeting point was at the Barratt Reserve, West Beach to finish at the National Motor Museum at Birdwood, Adelaide Hills. The overall distance was about 70 kilometres. Some sources say that more than 70.000 people were lined up along the roads to wave hands and welcome the 34th Bay To Birdwood Run drivers.
The event was organized by the National Motor Museum, a Museum of History SA (NMM) and the Federation of Historic Motoring Clubs (SA) Inc (FHMC) with the help of skilled and experienced volunteer members of the Federation and staff of the National Motor Museum to provide the first aid, fire safety and marshal manpower.
The Bay to Birdwood is the largest annual motoring event for veteran, vintage and classic vehicles held anywhere in the world. The 1st Bay to Birdwood run started in 1980.
All photos from the even you can view in brand my new Gallery