The Prescott Bike Festival this coming Sunday

The Prescott Bike Festival

For all motorbike enthusiasts out there, the annual Prescott Bike Festival is taking place this Sunday, 7th April. It promises to be a day filled with action and a great day out that all of the family will be able to enjoy, whilst also supporting the National Association of Bloodbikes Charity.

What can bike lovers expect from the Prescott Bike Festival?

This is the third annual event and is said to be the largest up to date, with more bike clubs and manufacturers getting involved, plus there will be a large number of historic, modern and race bikes on display, live music, passenger sidecar and pillion rides, fancy dress motorcycle events, entertainment and trade stalls. Something for everyone really, whether you enjoy motorbikes or not.

Moto GP Commentator Steve Parrish who attended the festival last year expressed how excellent he thought the day was. He went on to say that he felt like a child in a sweet shop with other like minded people. He said that he could really think of no better way to spend his Sunday.

For the lovers of classic motorbikes, Adrian Sellars will be bringing his 1956 Norton Manx and a reverse head 350 cc Norton. Joining him is Clive Hurst with a 1974 3 cylinder, 2 stroke 1974 Kawasaki and a 1975 1000cc PEM Kawasaki aswell.

Other features at the Prescott Bike Festival?

Other features included at the festival this year are, dealer stands from BMW, KTM, Harley, Ducati, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Enfield, Triumph, AJP and Victory. Demonstrations that will be carried out throughout the day by Steve Saunders, the 10 times British Trials Champion. There will be a demonstration of the new motorcycle sport, Moto Gymkhana. There will be the opportunity to be a passenger on a variety of different thrilling machinery. There will also be opportunities to meet celebrities such as Chris Hodgson, who is currently the British Supermoto Champion and Nick Sanders, who has used his motorbike to cycle around the World seven times. There will also be over 100 trade stands.

Tickets can be purchased on the official website of the prescott bike festival, gates open at 08:30 am and the action on the track will begin at 10:00.

The Prescott Bike festival closes at 17:00 so make sure you get there early enough to enjoy all of the features.

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