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Prescott Bike Festival - Raising Funds for Blood Bikes‏

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The 5th annual Prescott Bike Festival, Sunday 12th April 2015 is promising to be their best yet. The organisers tell us they want to bring you stuff you can’t normally see, things you can’t normally do, Paddock Specials Show ‘n’ Tell, a host of trade stands, Dealer Zone, entertainment, great food, live music – all set in one of the most relaxed venues we know.

It certainly looks like they’re going to deliver – again. If you’ve never been before, this is a ‘Must Do’ day out for all motorcycling enthusiasts. If you’re quick, you can even book a place to ride the famous Prescott Hill yourself, and be part of the spectacle.

There’s a fantastic line up of riders already secured including; fresh from the jungle, and ITV I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, is four times World Superbike Champion, Carl Fogarty. He’ll be joined by three times British Superbike Champion John Reynolds and the likes of adventurer Nick Sanders, former racer, and current MotoGP pundit and all round joker Steve Parrish, David Hailwood, the all new Be Wiser Kawasaki BSB Team, Chris Hodgson, Richard Cooper, Shaun Winfield, Dan Cooper, Josh Day, rising stars of Moto3, Charlie Nesbitt and Joe Thompson and more.

Not only will you get to see rare modern and classic motorcycles but watch them Run the iconic Hill; “better than Goodwood”, said one excited visitor last year. There’s too many to list, but we’ve picked out just a couple; Carl Fogarty’s WSBK winning Ducati, Carlos Checa’s MotoGP Ducati, a very rare Magni Australia, an even rarer Manx Norton experimental 350cc and the list goes on; around 100 rare, special motorcycles that you can get close up and personal with.

Aside from the on track action, there will be a large display of rare historic, modern and race bikes on display in the paddock, motorcycle manufacturers, clubs, demo areas, passenger ride experiences, celebrity appearances, trade stalls, live music, and a whole raft of entertainment both on and off the track to keep you entertained throughout the day.

We nearly forgot to mention, all proceeds from the Festival goes to support the Blood Bike charities too, keeping them on the road.

Run the Hill places are now sold out, but general admission tickets are still available from

All proceeds from the Festival go to the Blood Bike charities, Severn Freewheelers and The Nationwide Association of Bloodbikes.

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