Adventure Bike Rider Festival Date and Details Released

The UK’s biggest adventure bike festival returns to Ragley Hall, guaranteeing bikes, food, ride-outs and entertainment

Adventure Bike Rider Festival Date and Details Released

Adventure Bike Rider Festival (ABR) is a mainstay on the UK motorcycle event calendar, and it’s taking place once more at Ragley Hall between June 28 and 30 2024.

Billed as the world’s ‘largest adventure motorcycle festival’, ABR Festival has been running for a number of years and has grown massively since its fledgling early days. Now it is a must-visit event, for riders, celebrities and motorcycle brands, who all clamour for a ticket to the annual event.

This year’s event is promising to be bigger and better than ever, and it remains probably the UK’s most interactive bike festival you can visit. The interactive elements at this year's festival include 25 miles of trails through the Warwickshire countryside, including the Bridgestone Trail which itself is 20 miles in length, and for those new to adventure riding there is also the beginner’s loop, which is strictly open to less experienced riders. 

For those looking to dip their toe into the world of green laning, the Trail Rider’s Fellowship (TRF) will also be on hand. The specially curated TRF Trail is an eight-kilometre route that offers a series of climbs, descents, water crossings as well as more technical terrain. Riders can also opt to take on the most difficult sections of the TRF Trail, including the scarily-named ‘Bog of Doom’ and ‘Swamp Man’, and the rugged ‘Woodland Wonderland’.

If you’re looking to swing your leg over the latest models from the world’s biggest motorcycle makers, ABR has confirmed that Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, KTM, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Triumph, Yamaha, and Zero will be in attendance, with multiple daily test rides taking place on roads and selected trails.

If you’d rather park the bike and enjoy the entertainment, there are countless things to see and do, including talks and live shows from famous name adventurers, Q&As, live music, DJs, and rider displays throughout the weekend - and that’s not to mention the food and drink vendors at the event.

Speaking about the 2024 event, Alun Davies, Chairman, Adventure Bike Rider Festival, said: 

“This is our fifth Adventure Bike Rider Festival at the magnificent Ragley Hall, and I can’t wait to open the gates and welcome our 15,000 guests, many of whom are returning for the fourth time. With such a huge range of riding, music and festival attractions on offer plus an emphasis on top quality facilities, perhaps the best description I’ve heard of the festival is that it’s ‘Glastonbury with motorcycles and posh toilets.’. I’m happy to accept that.”

More information on the ABR Festival 2024 can be found on the official website.

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