How would you like to ride off-road in the UK for over 20km, without a single traffic regulation order, angry rambler, or fallen-down tree blocking your progress?
Instead, you’ll find a wide-range of surfaces to sink your tyres into, a full team of marshalls on-hand to deliver guidance and help, and a variety of route options to satisfy novice and expert riders alike.
Sounds too good to be true, right?
Well, not quite. This motorcycling paradise actually exists. It’s called the AX41 Adventure Trail and it’s slap-bang in the middle of the largest celebration of adventure biking in the UK, the Adventure Bike Rider Festival 2022
The good news? Early Bird tickets to the festival are still available and you can book yours today and save a whopping £30 in the process. Head here to get your Early Bird ticket and guarantee that saving.
If you want to find out more about the adventure trail and hear first-hand from adventure bikers about what it’s like to take on the trail, read on…
Ride an off-road trail suitable for all skill levels
If you love riding your motorcycle off-road, or fancy giving it a go for the first time, there’s no better place to be than the Adventure Bike Rider Festival.
Built by a team of adventure bikers, the 20km-long AX41 Adventure Trail is the jewel in the crown of the event. The trail delivers an epic ride around the spectacular grounds of the Ragley Hall Estate, and the only way to enjoy the stunning views and usually-private land is with a ticket to the ABR Festival.
In the video below, we chat with the Chief Marshall and Architect of the Adventure Trail, Craig Niven, about the set-up of the route, how it’s been designed, and how to make the most of it.
Then, you’ll hear from a trio of riders on a range of the bikes just after they’ve ridden the trail in its entirety to get the full verdict on the AX41 Adventure Trail. Watch the full video below.
And don’t forget, you can only ride the 20km-long Adventure Trail at the 2022 Adventure Bike Rider Festival, which is held at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, on 24-26 June 2022.
Early Bird tickets are available right now, so you can save £30 on a weekend ticket if you buy today. Head to HERE to find out more.