07 February 2014
Five chances to win a pair of tickets to Prescott Bike Festival!
We have five sets of two tickets to give away to this action-packed day out for all the family. Held on Sunday 6 April 2014 in the rolling Cotswolds at the famous Prescott Hillclimb venue, this annual bike festival is even bigger and better than before. Big features include lots of main bike manufacturers and clubs, large displays of historic, modern and race bikes on display in the paddock, demo areas, passenger rides, stunt show, trade stalls, live music, good food and a host of entertainment both on and off the track to keep the whole family entertained.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is email us on email@example.com with the correct answer to the simple question below, plus your name and address to post the tickets out to, should you be lucky enough to win:
Which Metzeler supported rider competes in road racing?
A: Sam Sunderland
B: Guy Martin
C: Taddy Blazusiak
The five winners will be chosen at random and notified via the email address used to enter the competition. Closing date is 12pm, 26 February, 2014. Metzeler’s decision is final; there is no cash value for tickets and no substitutes or alternatives will be offered. All tickets will be posted out.
Full T&Cs can be found here: www.metzeler.com/site/uk/promo-area/prescott_hill_climb.html
All proceeds from the day will go to the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes and Severn Freewheelers as usual, and special guest appearances include former three times British Superbike Champion and Bloodbike ambassador John Reynolds, MotoGP commentator Steve Parrish, motorcycle adventurer Nick Sanders, plus Michael Rutter, who is making his debut appearance.
You can also watch riders tackle the infamous hillclimb on their own bikes, plus marvel at the professional hillclimb riders racing up the trackas well. Watch out for special star bike racers take their best shot at it too!
Some of the many hundreds of historic, classic and race bikes at Prescott Bike Festival 2014 include:
Carlos Checa’s MotoGP Ducati Desmosedici GP5 and Checa’s 2011 WSB winning Ducati 1198 F1
David Jeffries’ GSX-R1000 TT bike and James Toseland’s first WSS machine
The 1930 Rudge Ulster belonging to David Osborne
Chris Sawyer’s 1928 Cotton Blackburne
A rare Sachs R800 Roadster from 2002 owned by Barry Fahey
The 1959 Norton Dominator of Ian Cordes
Rare Excelsior Manxmans from Dave Lee and Adrian Sellars
Plus don’t miss the much anticipated ‘Happy Hour’ of riding activity by rare race machinery and factory bikes out on the hill.
Prescott Hill Climb, Gotherington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 9RD: easily accessible from junction 9 of the M5 and from London via the A40 to Cheltenham.
Advance tickets are £12; under 16s (with a paying adult) get in free.
On-the-day tickets are £15; under 16s (with a paying adult) get in free.
Run the Hill tickets are £35 and must be purchased in advance.
There is no charge for bike parking (free side stand puck provided and free helmet park)
Gates open at 08:30 and track action begins at 10:00. The festival closes at 17:00.
To buy tickets in advance visit: www.prescottbikefestival.co.uk
Pics courtesy of Allan Rhodes