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Merchandise and Registration Closure

Please note that registration and merchandise will close at 1900hrs on Friday 22nd September and will not reopen until Tuesday 10th October. Merchandise will be on sale at the NMA on the 7th October and, although you will be able to register at the NMA, we request that, in order to help with ride and parking logistics you, wherever possible, register online beforehand.

On-The-Day Registration

Should you leave registration until after the date above, a form is be available to download here, which you can print, fully complete in advance and bring with you on the 7th October.

**Please Note - As in previous years, we do not have the resources to enable us to take electronic payments on the day, therefore payment can only be taken in CASH **

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Your Privacy

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We do use the information we collect about you to process your requests and to communicate with you in future. We monitor web site traffic patterns and usage to help us determine which aspects are of most importance to you and to develop the web site design and its layout.

We may also use the information we collect, occasionally, to tell you about our progress and changes to RTTW web site(s). If you would rather not receive this information, please indicate your wishes when submitting on-line forms or you may send an e-mail to info@rttw.org.

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