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For the first time ever, Prescott Bike Fest has been ex­tended to two days to en­rich the vis­i­tor ex­pe­ri­ence and en­com­pass mod­ern, clas­sic and the fu­ture of bik­ing (which is elec­tric, we’re told). The fes­ti­val is all in aid of the char­ity Blood Bikes, who save thou­sands of peo­ple’s lives ev­ery year, rely solely on char­ity do­na­tions and are not sup­ported by the NHS.

Through­out the week­end there’s a ton of show bikes such as a Mike Hail­wood rep 1962 Honda RC163 250cc and a Joey Dun­lop rep 2000 Honda Joey Dun­lop SP1 Vimto 1000, along­side non­stop live mu­sic, spe­cial guest ap­pear­ances, On the Edge Stunt Show, Show ‘n’ Tell area, pas­sen­ger ride ex­pe­ri­ences, large kids’ zone, more than 100 qual­ity trade stands, clubs, a beer tent, the Blood Bike Vil­lage and great food along­side a load of deal­ers. All pro­ceeds from the event go to The Na­tion­wide As­so­ci­a­tion of Blood Bikes and Sev­ern Free­wheel­ers.

For more info check out: www.prescot­tbike­fes­ti­

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