Trail: The Event @ ABR Festival

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You’ve read the magazine, visited the website now attend the Event!

The TRF are delighted to announce Trail; The Event, in partnership with Adventure Bike Rider at the ABR Festival 24 – 26 June.

A celebration of being a member of the Trail Riders Fellowship, the TRF Village will occupy a prime location next to the lake. A Member’s Only camping area will include private toilets and showers.


The village will also be home to the TRF Stage with a schedule of talks and displays including presentations on the vital Green Road conservation work the organisation does, along with special-guest speakers. Members will also enjoy a FREE hog-roast on Saturday evening. The weekend will also feature members only full, and half day ride outs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


Held at the stunning Ragley Hall Estate in Warwickshire, the ABR Festival is set to be the UK’s greatest ever celebration of adventure and Green Road riding, with a host of on-and-off bike activities and festival entertainment. You can discover more here.


On the TRF stage

Rallye’s & Raid’s – Your journey to the start line

If you have been thinking about signing up for one of the many events in Europe, North Africa, the Balkans and Asia or even see yourself standing on the shores of Lac Rose in Dakar someday, Desert Rose Racing will introduce you to what’s involved.

Write way round

RUST editor Jon Bentman reflects on some of the amazing places, people and experiences he's enjoyed over 25 years in adventure bike journalism.

Adventure Detective

Dublin Police detective Ken Mc Greevy shares some of his experiences following the roads less travelled around the world.

Women on the trail

A panel discussion by women for women. Whether you’re new to trail riding or looking to take your riding to the next level, the session will cover a diverse range of topics tailored to the specific challenges faced by women who want to trail ride including bikes and kit along with riding tips and much more.

The road ahead

The National Motorcycling Council brings together a number of motorcycling organisations including the TRF. NMC Director Craig Carrey Clinch shares details of some of their work.

Protecting your adventure

Datatag, BikeTrac and Abus have come together to create the Trilogy of security to help Trail Riders protect their pride and joy both home and away.

Rights of road

Exploring Green Roads on a motorcycle persistently faces resistance on a number of fronts. John Vannuffel of the TRF and Lauren Easton of GLASS take a look at some of the myths and challenges around conserving access into the future.

Where can I ride?

Understanding where you can legally ride a motorcycle on Green Roads is not without it challenges. Graeme Collins of the TRF points you in the direction of some of the information you need to know and tools available to you including the TRF Green Road Map project.

Dakar – True Adventure

The ultimate rally - hear about what it takes to take part and complete the world’s toughest rally by those that have including the first British women to complete the rally Patsy Quick along with Tamsin Jones and Craig Downes.

Sahara bound

Austin Vince shares his Modo Sahara adventure setting off from London for the Sahara’s infamous Empty Quarter.


Limited Free Trail Pass for TRF Members

The 20km Adventure Trail winds its way through the magnificent grounds of the Ragley Hall Estate and can be explored on road legal trail and adventure bikes. What makes better is that is FREE for TRF members to explore!


We will be announcing further exciting news about the event over the coming weeks and hope you can join us the celebrate your membership of the Trail Riders Fellowship.


How to book your tickets

Visit the dedicated TRF Trail Event ticket page. Chose the ticket type you want, weekend is best!. You will need to enter your TRF membership number to be validated. No need to book a Trail Pass as yours will be waiting to be collected by bringing your ticket to the TRF marquee to collect your Free Trail Pass and tuck into the hog-roast!

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