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ABR Festival expands

Set in the magnificent grounds of the Ragley Hall Estate, Warwickshire, over the period of 24-26 June, the 2022 ABR Festival will open its gates to thousands of adventure-minded riders for three days of biking action and entertainment.

This year’s festival will, say the organisers, be as far from any antiquated ‘park-up and shop’ biking rally as it’s possible to get. Festival founder Alun Davies is getting ever closer to his goal of making it ‘Glastonbury with motorcycles’, with a promise of a premium visitor experience, with a host of on- and off-bike activities for visitors and a full line-up of the UK’s best party and tribute bands playing throughout the weekend.

The trade stand area will be expanded this year, with more than 20 motorcycle manufacturers already booked. Many will be offering test rides on turf and tarmac. Off-road and adventure accessory retailers will also be well represented. Perhaps, more importantly, punter numbers should be up, too, thanks to the lifting of Covid restrictions.

Festival partners this year are Bridgestone, Sena, REV’IT!, Muc-Off, Ruroc and Datatag. For more information, visit www.abrfestival.com.

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