ORGANISERS are gearing up for the fourth annual Prescott Bike Festival which promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The festival takes place on Sunday, April 16 at the Prescott Hill Climb, near Winchcombe, to raise money for the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes and Severn Freewheelers.
This year's event promises even more bike manufacturers and clubs confirmed along with a large display of historic, modern and race bikes on display in the paddock.
There will also be demonstration areas, passenger rides, stunt show, trade stalls, live music, food and a host of entertainment both on and off the track to keep the whole family amused.
Special guest appearances include former three times British Superbike Champion and Bloodbike ambassador John Reynolds, MotoGP commentator Steve Parrish and motorcycle adventurer Nick Sanders.
New features include the Angelic Bulldog 400mph streamliner land speed motorbike project and a bigger and better Happy Hour of activity by rare race machinery and factory bikes on the hill.
Festival organiser Gordon Downie said: “The annual Prescott Bike Festival continues to go from strength to strength.
"For 2014 we'll have more of everything alongside the usual attractions of the unique opportunity to ride the hill.
" As usual, all major motorcycle manufacturers will be in attendance so fans will get the chance to see all the major models up close and personal.The Prescott Bike Festival 2014 really does offer something for everyone.”
Advance tickets are £12 or £15 on the day. Run the Hill tickets are £35 and must be purchased in advance. To book tickets visit prescottbikefestival.co.uk.