The Prescott Bike Festival has held its place in the motorcycling calendar for a good few years now, with each year seeing the event get bigger and more inclusive.
And this year’s festival, held June 15-16, is no exception, as the Gloucestershire venue expands its attractions.
Aside from a vast array of interesting and exciting machines taking to the historic hill – owned by the Bugatti Owners’ Club, who bought the venue in 1937 – there are also extensive displays of classic and custom motorcycles, dozens upon dozens of exhibitors selling all manner of bike-orientated products, and more, while all proceeds from the event support the work of the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes and Severn Freewheelers.
The Blood Bike charities provide a vital free out-of-hours medical transportation service to the NHS. Since its inception, Prescott Bike Festival has raised more than £200,000 to date.
Read more in the May 2019 issue of OBM – on sale now!