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Prescott Bike Festival - Sunday 15th April 2012

By Anonymous -


 24 August 2011 11:45

The original Prescott Bike Festival was born out of the need to raise awareness and raise funds for the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes and one of its member groups, Severn Freewheelers.

On 15th April 2012, the Prescott Bike Festival will be bigger, better and hopefully generate even more money for this worthy cause than before.

Set at one of the most prestigious hill climb venues in the UK against the beautiful backdrop of the Cotswold Valley, the Prescott Bike Festival aims to provide something for everyone; a relaxed family atmosphere, a huge variety of entertainment and a rare opportunity to ‘Run the Hill’ on your own motorcycle.

Highlights of the 2011 event included the UK debut of the Morgan Three Wheeler, classic machinery from the Brooklands Museum, helicopter rides, live bands and the chance to meet the stars of the British Superbike Championship. Not to mention riders aged from eight to 81 taking to the hill.

In 2012, the Festival will feature the addition of a new Race Bikes Thru’ the Ages display area. Never before has such an extensive collection of bikes been brought together.

Festival goers will not only be able to get up close with rare exotica, early pioneering machinery, modern MotoGP bikes and more but see many of them in action, ridden by race riders.

The 2012 Festival also promises a kids demo area, a new Orchard Food & Bar Village, a Run the Hill Fancy Dress competition and much more. One of the most amusing new features for the Prescott Bike Festival 2012 was inspired by the unexpected entry of super hero, Superman, into last years’ Run the Hill.

This year, entrants can choose to tackle the hill climb in fancy dress, raise money for the Blood Bike charities and win a fantastic prize for the best costume of the day! www.prescottbikefestival.co.uk provides more details on what will be in store and the opportunity to purchase advance tickets and secure your place to Run the Hill.

There are just 200 entry places to Run the Hill, so it’s best to book early! Prescott Bike Festival will take place on Sunday 15th April 2012 and all proceeds from the day will go to the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes and Severn Freewheelers.

Book your advance tickets here: http://www.prescottbikefestival.co.uk/book_tickets/advance_tickets