TRF AGM 2019March 27, 2019
Were you at the ABR Festival 2019...?
Well great news. After the successful collaboration between TRF volunteers and ABR we'll be back again in 2020.
More big bikes. More green roads. More TRF. Here's festival founder Alun Davies to tell us all about it...
"Firstly, I wanted to say a huge thank you to all the TRF members who came along to the 2019 Adventure Bike Rider Festival, especially to those of you who volunteered during the event and helped make it such a huge success.
The good news is we’ll be doing it all again in 2020 and you’re all invited. The festival, which is sponsored by Bridgestone, will once again be held at the magnificent Ragley Hall Estate
in Warwickshire, and we can promise you more bikes, more festival attractions, more services, more on-site bike trails, more fun and, most importantly of all, more good times.
Here’s the quick information
Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 5NJ.
10 – 12 July 2020.
On the ABR website
Buy tickets here
And here’s what you can expect in 2020
We’re going to make the 2020 Festival even better than 2019 with more activities to keep you busy and more services and facilities to make you as happy and comfortable as possible.
We’re also determined to carry over that friendly vibe which has been a hallmark of ABR Festivals from the word go. As I’ve always said, I’m only going to organise a festival that I’d like to go too.
At the heart of this is giving you the chance to ride bikes on and off road, and there’ll be even more opportunities to do just that in 2020. You’ll be able to enjoy:
More new bike test rides from every major manufacturer
A new and improved on-site adventure trail and adventure park
World-class instructors to help improve your riding skills
Green lane ride outs
Free access to the nearby Little London Enduro Park.
I can also promise you more guest speakers from the world of adventure biking, film shows, live music, trade stands, evening entertainment and great company. There’ll also be a bar and plenty of tasty food options on site, plus first-class camping facilities including glamping and space for motorhomes.
There’ll be lots more attractions and events than I’ve mentioned above and we’ll be posting up details throughout the year on the ABR website. Right now, you can find more information, watch a video, and take a look at photos from the 2019 ABR Festival here
All the ABR staff and I look forward to welcoming you to Ragley Hall in 2020.
Founder and Publisher of Adventure Bike Rider