More power to Prescott!

Wheelies up the hill!

Heck, there’s even free entry for the under 16s and the proceeds for the day go to the Nationwide Association of Bloodbikes and Severn Freewheelers.

This is the fourth Prescott event, and it promises to be larger than ever, with more manufacturers attending and more clubs confirmed than ever before.

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For us classic buffs, there is a large display of historic race bikes in the paddock, demo areas, passenger rides, The Dave Coates stunt show, trade stalls, live music, good food and a host of entertainment on and off the track to keep the whole family amused. Guest appearances include: former three time British Superbike champion and Bloodbike ambassador John Reynolds, CMM’s Steve Parrish, motorcycle adventurer Nick Sanders and making his debut is BSB star Michael Rutter.

Some of the bikes you will see on the day include:
Carlos Checa’s MotoGP Ducati Desmosedici GP5 and Checa’s 2011 WSB winning Ducati 1198 F1 (courtesy of Dawn Treader Performance)
David Jeffries’ GSX-R1000 TT bike and James Toseland’s first WSS machine
The 1930 Rudge Ulster belonging to David Osborne
Chris Sawyer’s 1928 Cotton Blackburne
A rare Sachs R800 Roadster from 2002 owned by Barry Fahey
The 1959 Norton Dominator of Ian Cordes
Rare Excelsior Manxmans from Dave Lee and Adrian Sellars.

You’ll also get the chance to check out The Angelic Bulldog 400mph streamliner land speed motorbike project… and don’t worry if you see the odd Jedi or two as the UK Garrison of the Star Wars costuming club will be around. Clubs attending include the XJR Owners’ Club, and Honda and Norton OCs.

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Festival organiser, Gordon Downie, said: “The annual Prescott Bike Festival continues to go from strength to strength. For 2014 we’ll have more of everything alongside the usual attractions of the unique opportunity to ride the hill.”

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