Two days of speed as the Prescott bike fest grows

PRESCOTT BIKE FEST is to be held over two days for the first time this year.

The popular, family-friendly event will return to the Gloucestershire hills on April 14-15 and will once again boast a brilliantly diverse range of machinery.

Track action is being kept for the Sunday, while Saturday gives visitors the chance to get up close to a wide variety of machinery, from cutting edge electric road and race technology, an innovation zone from the universities and their EV projects plus special displays featuring Formula E,
TT Zero and the new electric Harley-Davidson, which this year is the festival’s featured club.


Paddock Specials remain a special feature of the festival and the show will welcome Brian Glover’s 1903 Royal Sovereign a Salon Privé class winner and the engineering genius Allen Millyard, also a Salon Privé winner, with no less than five of his creations.

There will be extensive displays of historic, modern and racing motorcycles throughout the weekend with a Paddock Specials Show ’n’ Tell spot featuring the best in road, race, factory builds, shed builds, wacky, jet powered and record beating machines. Photographer: Allan Rhodes

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