Over 100 motorcycles available to test ride at Adventure Bike Rider Festival 2024

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Organisers of the annual Adventure Bike Rider Festival have confirmed that over 100 different motorcycle models will be available to test ride at this year’s event.

Returning to the grounds of Ragley Hall in Warwickshire on June 28-30, the two-wheeled weekender will give visitors the chance to throw a leg over models from more than 20 manufacturers – with much more than just adventure models on offer.

“This is our fifth Adventure Bike Rider Festival at the magnificent Ragley Hall, and I can’t wait to open the gates and welcome our 15,000 guests,” ABR Festival Chairman Alun Davies previously said. “Perhaps the best description I’ve heard of the festival is that it’s ‘Glastonbury with motorcycles and posh toilets.’ I’m happy to accept that.”

Instructors ready to lead motorcycle test rides

Brands bringing bikes to ride include Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Husqvarna, Honda, Indian Motorcycle, KTM, Kawasaki, Moto-Guzzi, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Triumph, and Yamaha.

These will be sampleable on both the roads surrounding the venue, as well as over 40 kilometres of dedicated off-road trails where applicable.

Alongside the larger manufacturers, smaller brands including Benelli, BSA, Fantic, Rieju, Mutt and Moto Morini will also be in attendance. Chinese brand Kove will also be bringing their Rally 450 and new 800X models – with sidecar experts Ural, and electric firm Zero also on the bill.

A Honda CB1000R, Fireblade, and CB750 Hornet on display

On top of test rides, there will also be ATV demonstrations, guided green lane rides, off-road skills schools, live displays, and more. Visitors can also get access to free tea and coffee every morning, with over 140 brands, stands, and trade areas available to look at.

If you fancy going, full weekend tickets including two nights of camping are available for £159. Friday and Saturday tickets are up for grabs at £75 a day too. Be warned, at the time of writing 90% of tickets were sold, so you’ll have to act fast if you fancy attending. Visit the website today.