The 2022 Bo’ness Revival will take place on 3-4 September. This has been confirmed by the Falkirk Community Trust, who have been very helpful in arranging the date.
This is the now-familiar first weekend slot in September and we’re looking forward to welcoming back hillclimbing to the Kinneil Estate in 2022 after an enforced absence since 2019 due to Covid restrictions.
We’ll keep members up to date on news of the event and Classic car show, and we’re looking forward to 2022 being a great event.
Thanks also to our event sponsor Cask 88 for all their support for the 2022 Bo’ness Revival, and we can’t wait to taste the next event’s limited-edition Bo’ness whisky!
2022 Membership renewals now open
Thank you to those who have renewed their membership for 2021, and especially to those who made a donation in addition to the annual subscription. Your support is greatly appreciated and really helps to make the club more secure in these difficult times.
To keep things as paperless as possible we have migrated our membership system [which was a very complex excel file ] to an online systems called members Mojo. All existing memberships have been imported, all going well to renew your membership go to https://www.bonessrevival.co.uk/membership/ and if you are an existing member click the the Sign in button. Enter your email address and the system will send you a link to login, so no pesky passwords to remember. Once logged in you can click the renew button and away you go. if you are a new or lapsed member then simply complete the form.
Memberships cards are automatically created and can be download from the systems by clicking the View cards button these can either be saved as a PDF on your phone or printed that is up to you.
Please also check the details on file we have and correct any mistakes or changes since you last applied. This can be done at any time by logging into the system if you change address for example.
If you already use membersmojo for other clubs then do not worry the system knows this already and keeps things separate. if you have any issues please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership renews help the club by funding the hill climb later in the year so the more we get the better we are placed for the next season.
Thank you again for your support.
Final Regulations and entry list
Well we got here in the end, and i am delighted to release the Final Reg’s and entry list for the Cask 88, 14Th Bo’ness Revival “on tour @ MSCC”
If you are planning on camping over the weekend at the venue can you please contact Alex Hazlewood email@example.com so we can plan a space for you.
We will be onsite from 12pm on the Friday getting things setup, so if you want to drop off your car in advance of the weekend then feel free. The gate will be closed at 5pm. If you need access after this let Alex Know and we can arrange something for you.
If you are dropping of your car on the Friday again please email Alex, if there is a significant number and there is no one / limited people people camping we will be getting security for the Friday / Saturday night to keep an eye on things.
Please be aware that cars are left at your own risk even if security is on site.
Gates will be be opening from 7.30am on Saturday and racing will start at 10am so you have plenty of time to get setup and have a bacon roll.
Due to the number of entries and as long as there are no serious incidents and good weather we will hope to give you at least 5 runs [2 practice and 3 timed] but possibly one additional timed run on top of this.
Have a good journey and we will see you next week.
We’re delighted and very proud to reveal the Bo’ness Hillclimb 14th Revival Commemorative Bottling from our sponsor Cask 88. The limited edition bottle is a 14-year old Croftengea Single Cask malt and only 100 bottles will be available.
Back in 2007, as the plans for the first Bo’ness Revival were getting underway, this spirit was distilled, and filled into a refill Bourbon Hogshead (#254), at Loch Lomond distillery in Alexandria. After 14 years of maturation, this peated variant of the distillery’s usual produce has developed notes of sweet buttered popcorn, the scent of an open fire, and herbaceous notes, which come together to form a well-rounded Highland dram.
If you take a look at the label, you’ll get strong notes of Castrol R and Austin 7 from the unique Moose Special, driven by Colin McLachlan at Bo’ness. Each bottle costs £97 and is an instant collector’s item, though we can also recommend tasting the contents.
Cask 88 is the sponsor of the Bo’ness Revival and is a whisky cask specialist that offers buyers the opportunity to select, purchase, label and package their own exclusive whisky drawn from the finest Scottish whisky casks. The company founders have been trading collectible single malt since 1987 and opened the Asia office in 2013; now Cask 88 offers a wide selection of old and rare casks from world-renowned distilleries, and provides end-to-end care that includes cask procurement and storage, bespoke packaging design and bottling services. An extensive inventory and expansive global network provide an unparalleled selection of fine whiskies, which attracts a wide clientele from London, Hong Kong and Beijing to New York.