Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 26th February 2014

The 2014 Prescott Bike Festival in Gotherington, Gloucestershire, will take place on 6 April this year, and will raise money for the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes (NABB) charity, the Gloucestershire Echo reports.

Many motorcycle manufacturers and clubs will be at the event, including Honda OC, Norton OC, XJR OC, Rolling Hills (Harley OC) and the Classic 50cc Racing Club. Enthusiasts will be given the chance to see a wide range of motorbikes during the event, and will be able to meet with renowned names from the industry.

Among the special guests at the event will be John Reynolds, three times British Superbike Champion and Blood Bike ambassador, motorbike adventurer Nick Sanders, and Steve Parrish, MotoGP commentator. The crew behind the Dave Coates Stunt Show television series will be also be at the event.

The fourth annual Prescott Bike Festival 2014 will also feature the Angelic Bulldog 400mph streamliner land speed motorbike project, a party on Saturday night and camping for those who purchase their tickets in advance.

The Prescott festival this year will have more of everything and, as usual, all major bike manufacturers will attend, so enthusiasts will be able to see all new models, says Gordon Downie, organiser of the festival. The event will offer something for everyone and will also be a host of famous bikers, trade stands and entertainment, he added.

The NABB is a charity organisation operating across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Its members use motorcycles to provide an out-of-hours “medical essentials” courier service to health institutions and hospitals.