Motorcycle News: Bikes, Music, and Food Combine for a Weekend of Adventure
As seen in The Motorcycle News: Join the ABR Festival at Ragley Hall Estate this June for an unforgettable experience. Get close to the latest bikes, enjoy 30km of off-road trails, and groove to live music.
The Adventure Bike Rider Festival will return to Ragley Hall Estate this June, promising up to 12,500 riders from across Europe the chance to get close to the latest metal, experience 30km of off-road, and live music.
Taking place from June 23-25, the event will be attended by more than 25 manufacturers including Yamaha, Honda, BMW, and KTM – with almost 1000 test rides available to festival goers, including the Honda XL750 Transalp and Suzuki V-Strom 800DE.
Part of the weekend’s riding is the 30km of off-road trails, including a 5km beginner’s loop, an 8km leisure loop created and designed in collaboration with the Trail Riders Fellowship (TRF), and more.
When you’re not riding, you’ll be able to get up close with a number of adventure personalities and bloggers including Elspeth Beard, Nick Sanders, RyanF9, Vanessa Ruck (The Girl on the Bike), The Missenden Flyer, Lyndon Poskitt, and Austin Vince.
It also wouldn’t be a festival without live music, and you’ll find plenty at ABR. The main stage will feature a range of party and tribute bands, including Detroit Soul Collective, Definitely Mightbe (Oasis), Mercury (Queen), Red Hot Chilli Peppers UK and more. Headlining the ABR Festival VIP Party Night will be British ska/reggae group, The Beat.
If you’d like to attend, three-day weekend tickets including two nights of camping are £149. To book, head to the ABR Festival website today.
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