An independent GoldWings charity event in aid of Scarborough Lifeboats

The 2013 Scarborough Light Parade is set to be the UK’s most glitzy GoldWing weekend ever. All GoldWing owners, individuals or members of any club can take part in this spectacular end of season event, just turn up on the day and register.  Bring the family too, see our accommodation deal.

Britain’s finest Honda GoldWings, the world’s top touring motorcycles, will be on display around the Scarborough Lifeboat Station from 10.00am until 4.00pm on Saturday 7th September 2013.

The Static Display

We have negotiated a discount for a three night weekend stay in caravans at the Cayton Bay Holiday Park where most GoldWing owners are based.  Six to eight berth caravans are available so take a look at all of the options shown on the accommodation page.

Browns Caravan Park and the Cayton Village Caravan Park are both nearby and you will find the contact details for both these sites on the accommodation page.

Accommodation

Later that evening at 8.00pm, around 200 dazzling GoldWings will parade along Scarborough’s North and South Bays promenades to the delight of thousands of spectators who now turn up especially to see this brilliantly illuminated spectacle ... and it’s all in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s Scarborough Lifeboats.

After the parade at about 9.30pm there will be a grand finale fireworks display on the South Bay Beach, simply not to be missed!

The Light Parade

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Organisers of the Scarborough Light Parade would like all GoldWing riders to know, that contrary to popular belief, our event is an independent charity GoldWings show staged to raise funds for the RNLI Lifeboats in Scarborough. The 2012 Scarborough Light Parade was ultimately organised and run by GoldWings For Life, which was set up to ensure the SLP event could continue as one of the best GoldWing light parades in the UK, after the GWOCGB stood back from the event in May 2012