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Festival organiser, Gordon Downie, says, “Obviously the unique opportunity to ride a motorcycle up Prescott Hill Climb is a major attraction, but the Prescott Bike Festival promises to be so much more. With all the major motorcycle manufacturers represented including Ducati, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Enfield, Triumph, AJP, Harley, Victory, BMW and KTM – visitors will get the chance to see all the major models up close and personal.

Prescott Bike FestivalThe event helps raise awareness and funds for the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes (NABB) charity. Severn Freewheelers is the regional Blood Bike group operating in Gloucestershire, Hereford, Worcester and North Wiltshire. This local group has over 70 volunteers, and runs four BMW R1200RTs and a Honda ST1300, they handle over 3,500 call-outs per year, covering 140,000 miles moving vital medical supplies, blood and pathology samples from medical centres and hospitals. They have recently become involved in the transportation of human donor milk – this has been a real lifesaver for premature baby units. NABB is the umbrella organisation that represents 12 of the regional blood bike charities, and has over 1500 active members across the UK, with a fleet of 55+ emergency response vehicles. It is run entirely by volunteers.

For further information regarding the Bike Festival, please visit the Prescott Bike Festival Website 

Prescott Bike Festival

Adventure Bike Rider have hooked up with Bloodbikes and are offering up 3 x pairs of admission tickets, and the opportunity for one lucky reader the to ride the famous Prescott Hill Climb, just answer the following question: Why does Prescott Bike Festival take place?

As usual, send your answers to abeer@adventurepublishing.co.uk

The competition will close on Thursday 28th February 2013, and winners will be announced on this website on Monday 4th March 2013 so good luck!

Competition Terms & Conditions

The star prize will win 2 x general admission tickets to Prescott Bike Festival on Sunday 7 April 2013 including paddock parking, plus two x runs up the historic hill climb course.

We cannot guarantee your runs if you miss your allocated slot.
You will be allocated two time slots, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, in marshalled but untimed runs. You will have a 30 minute slot.

Tickets can be transferred to a friend or family member, but cannot be refunded or transferred to another date

All entrants must have a full and valid Driving Licence, wear appropriate motorcycle clothing (no jeans and trainers) and an approved helmet. Normal road going motorcycles must be road legal (including the exhaust) and have valid road tax, MOT and insurance.

If you have a race or vintage bike that doesn’t have tax, MOT or insurance, you’ll need to complete an Indemnity Form on the day. Noise restriction – 100db apply.

2 x Runners up will receive a pair of general admission tickets.

Gates Open (walk the track): 08:30, Track starts at 10:00; Festival closes at 17:00

Please note, ABR Online competitions are only open to members of the ABR Magazine website and UK residents only.  If you are not already a member and wish to sign up, simply click on the box entitled ‘Register’ at the top right hand of this page. The winner will be chosen randomly from all correct entries received and the Magazine’s decision on all matters related to the competition is final.

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