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Ace & Prescott Bike Festival 10/03/2011

Ace & Prescott Bike Festival

 
Motorcycling returns to historic Prescott
 

The famous Prescott Hill celebrates all that’s good in two wheel action as the track owned by the Bugatti Owners Club welcomes the first ever Prescott Bike Festival on Sunday 10th April. Prescott promises a great day out, here’s just some of what you can expect.

 Classic and rare race machinery

Not just ordinary classics for Prescott, some very rare and exotic race machinery from Brooklands Museum will be on display and fired up to run the hill, including examples from Scott and Rudge. Relive the memories of methanol and Castrol R. Joining Brooklands – Indian and Cotton owners firing up the hill. Remember the Rudge Broncehead?

Race Bikes

Meet John Reynolds as he runs the hill on the late, great David Jeffries TT Suzuki GSX-R 1000; Chris Walker on a surprise Norton and for the very first time a full factory MotoGP bike takes to the hill – Loris Capirossi’s MotoGP bike, the Ducati GP5. Bring your ear plugs.

 Meet the Racers

A host of BSB stars will be there on the day, including HM Plant Honda reigning BSB champion, Ryuichi Kiyonara. Other riders include Jason O’Halloran, Gary Mason and Steve Brogan. Have a chat with your heroes and watch them run the hill.

 Money Can’t Buy Charity Auction

Check out the Festival web site for full details but there’s a host of goodies up for grabs including VIP BSB packages, factory tours from Norton and Triumph, take the passenger seat in the X-Bow as a racing driver takes you up the hill and so much more.

 And more

 If that wasn’t enough, Stunt Starz featuring the UK’s only female stunt rider provide lunchtime entertainment, there’s live bands, great food and beer, MCN babes, a Formula One Simulator, Ducati Sporting, Helicopter rides plus lots of trade stands. Of course, all the manufacturers will be there so you can see the 2011 bikes up close and personal.

 And you get to support a worthy charity as well; the Prescott Bike Festival will raise funds for the charities that moves vital medical supplies, blood and pathology samples from hospitals across the UK;

www.bloodbikes.org.uk

 Festival organiser Gordon Downie, commented, “Obviously the unique opportunity to ride the hill is a major attraction, but the Prescott Bike Festival promises so much more. With all major motorcycle manufacturers in attendance through their dealers, fans will get the chance to see all the major models up close and personal, a host of trade stands as well as famous racers and great lunchtime entertainment too. The festival really is set to offer something for every motorcycle fan.”

 Prescott Hill Climb is centrally situated between Birmingham and Bristol, some 10 minutes from the M5, near Cheltenham
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 We suggest you book your Run the Hill tickets pretty quick as there are only 200 up for grabs and they’re selling fast. We think they’re a bargain at £25 to include two runs up the hill and general admission; the first 100 even get a free Festival Buff worth £12.99. General admission tickets start at only £4.00 – yes, only £4.00.
 

Ace Cafe London, with the T3 Racing built Ace 904S Thruxton Special will be attending and to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the cafe having fully reopened.  There are four tickets (plus two for the Hill Run) to attend this great new motorcycle event up for grabs at the cafe as prizes, from 6pm Friday 1st April -
Streetfighter Night!

 
 For more information, or to book tickets, please visit:
www.prescottbikefestival.co.uk