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Prescott Bike Festival 2018

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Experience a double delight at the Prescott Bike Festival 2018

For the first time ever, the Prescott Bike Festival has transformed into a spectacular weekend festival. Join us in June 2018 for 48 hours of biking excitement that’s sure to leave a lasting impression!

It all starts on Saturday April 14 with an electric showcase, giving you the chance to see and feel what the future of motorcycles looks like. There’ll be some stunning examples on hand, and some of the country’s leading experts will be ready to answer all your questions.

You’ll also be able to get a early glimpse at this year’s Paddock Specials – those rare bikes that are completely iconic. There’ll be interviews with owners and the chance to hear these extra weird and wonderful machines fire up and give a hint of what they can do before they take on the Hill on Sunday.

Get involved with The Cotswolds Quest

For those looking for something a little more interactive, The Cotswolds Quest is a fantastic way to see the local countryside. This treasure hunt sees you solve clues, take selfies and eat plenty of cake.

When you’re done, head back to the Hill to relax with more than 50 regional gins and 20 regional craft beers! You could also stroll around the Exhibitor Zone, where dealers, traders and manufacturers will have their offers ready. And if you’ve got little ones to entertain, the Kids Zone is packed with bouncy castles, electric go karts, ice cream and face painting.

On Sunday, it’s time to Run The Hill – with a range of three-wheelers and sidecars mixing it with the old classics. There’ll also be plenty of chance to get a selfie with our special guests, including some extra special names from the biking world.

See Allen Millyard at the Carole Nash tent

At Carole Nash we’re proud to be sponsoring the Prescott Bike Festival 2018, which is why we’ve arranged a little something extra for this year’s attendees.

Head down to the Carole Nash tent and you could meet biking genius Allen Millyard, who’ll be showing off some of his famous creations. The Carole Nash crew will also be giving away our famous goodie bags and posing for selfies. And you could even win our special biking prize in our free draw.

Don’t forget, too, to have a look at the range of Carole Nash merchandise we’ve got available. Prescott Bike Festival 2018 might be 117 miles from Carole Nash HQ – but it’s worth every mile. We’ll see you there!

To buy tickets and find out more about the Prescott Bike Festival 2018, visit the official website.

Visit us at the Prescott Bike Festival 2018

Date: Saturday June 16 (11am-11pm) and Sunday June 17 (8.30am-5pm) 2018
Venue: Prescott Hill Climb, Gotherington, Cheltenham, GL52 9RD
Admission: £10 (advance) for adults on Saturday, £13 (advance) for adults on Sunday, all under 16s are free when accompanied by a paying adult.

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