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Yes, you must produce a valid ticket either in printed form or on a digital device. Please make sure that the ticket includes the QR code to allow for easy registration.
Sorry no it’s pre-purchased tickets ONLY. Those arriving without a ticket will be asked to leave.
Once tickets have been issued unfortunately we’re unable to offer refunds.
If you’re coming on a day ticket you do not require a car supplement in addition.
Tickets can only be purchased by people aged 17 years or over. Under 16s are free.
We’re always happy to hear from you, but volunteer opportunities are extremely limited.
Dogs are welcome at the ABR Festival however, Ragley Hall has the restrictions that they must be on a lead at all times and they are not allowed in the Hall or the Gardens of the Estate.
Yes, under 16s are free and are allowed at the Festival but please bear in mind that the ABR Festival caters predominantly for adult motorcyclists so although children are welcome we do ask that under 16s are supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
Yes, you will need to add a Camper Van supplement (£25.00) when you purchase your ticket.
Yes, you will need to add a Car and Trailer supplement (£25.00) when you purchase your ticket.
Yes, you will need a valid motorbike licence to do the test rides.
Yes, all bikes ridden at the Festival, including on the adventure trail, must be road legal.
Yes – you’ll need your motorbike licence (some manufacturers will accept international licences) AND you will need either your national insurance number or DVLA check code which you can get from here: https://www.gov.uk/view-driving-licence . The code is valid for 21 days so create within 21 days of the festival. In addition you will need to have appropriate riding kit (full-face motorcycle helmet, armoured motorcycle jacket, armoured motorcycle trousers, protective motorcycle gloves and motorcycle boots).
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
Gates open Friday morning 25th June 2021 at 9.00 am and the Festival finishes 4.00pm Sunday 27th June.
If you’re camping or just coming for one day, you can arrive any time between: 9.00am – 9.30pm on Friday 25th or Saturday 27th June
Between the hours of: 9.00am – 9.30pm on Friday 25th or Saturday 26th June or 9.00am – 4.00pm on Sunday 27th June. All campers must have left the site by 5.00pm Sunday 27th June.
Yes, as long as you arrive between the hours of 9.00am and 9.30pm that’s absolutely fine. Please be aware that camping tickets are the same price regardless.
A full list of manufacturers attending the 2021 Adventure Bike Rider Festival will be available soon.
You can book bike tests and ride outs on the day at the relevant stand.
There are live bands on the Friday and Saturday evenings until 11.00pm.
FOOD AND DRINK
Food will be available on site from 7.00 am in the morning through to 11.00pm in the evening.
Street food, catering stalls and refreshments will be available as well as the Terrace Café in the gardens of Ragley Hall.
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Campers can bring limited alcohol for own consumption. We ask day visitors to purchase all alcohol from the bar which is open daily from midday. Please remember drink driving laws as they will be strictly enforced.
Yes you can bring your own food and drink for your own consumption. But remember there’s some great food available on site.
Yes there is a Waitrose in Alcester (approx. 2 miles) which is open from 8.00am – 8.00 pm daily. There is a 24 hour Tesco in Redditch (approx. 8 miles) and Stratford Upon Avon (approx. 9 miles).
Yes there are fully attended and serviced toilet trailers on site. Toilets will be attended from 10.00am until 10.00pm daily and serviced regularly so you can be sure that they are always clean, fresh and in working order.
Fully serviced hot showers are also available. Electrical hook up is not possible for individuals unfortunately. Drinking water is also available in the camping fields.
You can bring your own tents or camper vans. Glamping tipis are available at an additional cost and have to be pre-booked, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Eve's Tipi's website. Large camper vans or motor homes are the responsibility of the owner and towing stuck vehicles off wet ground has to be arranged by the owner themselves should the need arise.
Yes, but they must be off the ground charcoal BBQs. The venue is unable to permit fire pits due to the potential fire risks.
Due to potential noise disturbance we are unable to permit private generators on site.
Unfortunately due to potential fire risks the venue are unable to allow private fire pits or camp fires.
Please be aware that there will be a strict one way traffic system in place at all times. It might be easier not to bring a push bike due to the traffic restrictions in place.
Yes absolutely. If you want to stay on site we have glamping tipis available which are more comfortable than a standard tent (pre-booking essential). Check out Eve's Tipis for more info. Alternatively there plenty of local hotels available. The Arrow Mill Hotel (01789 762419) and Travelodge (0870 984 6107) are both within 1 mile of Ragley Hall.
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There is a Gulf petrol station within 1 mile of Ragley Hall in Alcester which is open from 6.00am – 10pm Monday to Friday and 7.00am – 10.00pm Saturday and Sunday. There is also a Mace shop attached. There is a 24-hour BP petrol station at the Oversley Mill Service Station, which is 1 mile from Ragley Hall.
Yes 24×7 Taxis are based locally and their phone number is 01789 444 444 or 01789 444 222.