Queens’ Cavalcade is an international event that gathers participants from many countries. It is an event inspired by the races of “classical regularity” divided into daily stages with transit controls and time measurements that determine the regularity of the participants’ conduct. Fun moments, nothing unmanageable for men and machines, but to prioritise the spirit of aggregation and sharing of the event, all participants will be in a condition to compete to conquer the Queens’ Trophy. It does not matter if they ride an older and less performing queen that those of the present; no matter if they will use sophisticated devices or romantic mechanical chronometers.
Participation is restricted to a maximum of 100 vehicles, divided into four groups:
A- motorcycles registered until 1999.
B- single and twin-cylinder motorcycles registered since 2000.
C- cars registered until 1999.
B- cars with a minimum of 6 cylinders registered since 2000.
At discretion of the Technical Committee nominated by the organization, there will be allowed vehicles that do not belong to any of the categories above, but which have historic value as to gain the admission.