Prescott Bike Festival takes place once again on Sunday the 17th of April 2016 at Prescott Hill Climb, near Cheltenham. The Festival prides itself on diversity and celebrates engineering excellence; from rare, classic, modern, customised to hand built bikes and those of historic significance.
Unlike a static bike show, Prescott gives visitors the unique opportunity to get up close to see, smell and hear lots of historic, classic and race bikes run the historic hill climb course, “better than Goodwood”, said one excited visitor. There are so many significant motorcycles heading to Prescott this year including Kevin Schwantz’ 1995 Suzuki RGV500 XR85, the last Suzuki GP bike Schwantz ever rode.
Prescott Bike Festival is truly a big celebration of man and machine with large displays of historic, modern and race bike, plus a Paddock Specials Show ‘n’ Tell area, and the unique opportunity for members of the public to take part in the spectacle by ‘running the hill’ or participating in a thrilling passenger ride experience. There’s also a whole raft of entertainment too from live music, stunt shows, biker celebrity appearances and hundreds of trade stands, motorcycle manufacturers, dealer zone, motorcycle clubs, demo areas – what’s more it helps to raise money and awareness for the Blood Bikes charities.
Gates Opens at: 08:30am, Track starts at: 10:00am, Festival closes at: 17:00.
Exclusive infield motorcycle parking for Pre-1990 motorcycles; limited numbers, advance booking essential.