6th March 2022 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Sculpture Park
Jumps Rd, Churt, Farnham GU10 2LB

At last…

Please find attached your invitation to witness the unveiling of the world’s largest motorcycle sculpture.

Nearly 20 years ago Steve Wood and Clive Morris sculpted the largest motorcycle sculpture in the world. It is a 1991 FatBoy and weighs 5 TONS. It was taken from the foundry in Braintree to The Ace Café 27th July 2003 and from there to the Tate Modern Gallery with a mile long procession of motorbikes, from there it went to Southampton where it was put on a ship bound for the USA. We trucked it all the way from New York to Milwaukee, where we celebrated Harley’s 100th Anniversary. The sculpture remained in the USA for the past 18 years and in November last year we brought the sculpture home. It has been cleaned an re patinated and sits in the Surrey Sculpture Park in Churt, Surrey.

At 11.00am 6th March, at The Sculpture Park, I will be unveiling the sculpture known as “Freedom”. If you would like to join in, there is an invitation below.

Kind regards,

Clive Morris

If you are unable to make the specific date, Eddie Powell, the curator of the Sculpture Park has extended the invitation any time before the end of the year, normally it is £10 entrance fee.

We would be honoured to have you turn up and enjoy the day. Children and dogs are very welcome and be sure to wear wet weather clothes and walking boots as the sculpture park is in the woods, covering 4 acres and with a couple of miles of trails all with sculptures along the trails, every few meters. You will love the park and if you’ve never been before, you will be smiling when you walk round and when you leave.

There is a pub across the road from the entrance of the Sculpture Park called the Bel and The Dragon. Phone number 01428 605799 if you want lunch afterwards.

Coming from London the Sculpture Park, in Churt, you drive through the Hindhead Tunnel and its off at the next junction. Your sat nav will guide you in and parking is outside of the entrance to the Sculpture Park.