Scramblers, the Bicester Heritage membership club, celebrates the launch of its e-shop, offering a range of branded merchandise so that members can bring the magic of Bicester home with them. Previously only available during events, members can now place orders online.
It’s been a busy quarter for the Scramblers, following a successful ‘Modern Car Concours’ Assembly in June, with members getting into the spirit and showcasing their model and remote-controlled collections on dashboards and bonnets, based at the Paddock area of the Bicester Heritage site. August was the busiest themed Assembly yet celebrating 50 years of BMW’s M division, while September saw Supercars and Poster Cars celebrated alongside auctioneer Historics’ autumn sale.
Scramblers membership tiers, named Pegasus and Merlin, give members access to a range of perks that are exclusive to Bicester Heritage and several of its Specialist businesses, in addition to making a charity donation to the site’s charity partner StarterMotor.
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 45 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: “As our club continues to grow, we wanted to provide members with the opportunity to show their support and take home some Scramblers merchandise, even if they haven’t recently visited Bicester. The launch of our e-shop and success of our Assemblies to date, continues to showcase the success of Scramblers, as we continue to go from strength to strength.”
Join the next Scramblers Assembly, celebrating Scary Cars on the 30th of October.
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