We are often asked what activities are included with an ABR Festival Weekend ticket. Well, the simple answer is everything…*
As riders ourselves, our main criteria when planning the festival is to create an event that we, too, would want to attend.
That means there’ll be plenty of riding opportunities over the weekend, but alongside that, there are also stacks of off-bike activities to keep you busy, too. And, in-line with our philosophy of creating an event we would want to go to, we’re making sure that all of these attractions are included in the price of your weekend ticket.
That’s right, once you’ve paid your admission, all of the activities at the ABR Festival are free to partake in (food, drink, and trails aside). So, if you’re on the fence about buying a ticket and are looking for a reason to pull the trigger, read on to discover everything that’s included with your ticket:
Access: Your ticket will give you full three-day access to the festival. That grants you entry to the festival on Friday 28th, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June.
Camping: You’ll get two nights camping (Friday and Saturday) within the magnificent Ragley Hall Estate. Each campsite has plenty of clean, posh toilets and hot showers. Free tea and coffee is also available each morning for campers at one of the Pit Stop tents.
Talks & Masterclasses: There’ll be a full schedule of talks and masterclasses across three speaker stages (the Bridgestone Stage, the Speaker Stage, and the Masterclass Stage). Whether they’re inspirational speakers, motorcycling celebrities or industry experts – you’ll be able to see them all.
Live music: There’s a full line-up of live music across Friday & Saturday of the festival. We’ll have some of the UK’s best tribute, party and acoustic acts playing, and you can rock out (or chill out) to each and every one. Or, if you fancy something a little different, head to the Bridgestone Stage, where you’ll be wowed by the likes of Treorchy Male Voice Choir before it turns into a 90s-inspired dance floor. The Magic Teapot will also return where you can have a right old knees up around a piano and open fire.
Manufacturer Test Rides: All of the biggest motorcycle manufacturers will be at this year’s ABR Festival, and they’ll be bringing every bike in their test fleet for you to ride. You can test ride the whole weekend (availability permitting) completely free of charge.
Off-road Schools: Have you ever wanted to learn to ride off-road but don’t know where to start? You’ll find some of the world’s most renowned off-road riding schools at the ABR Festival. The best part? Using these off-road schools is free for all ABR Festival ticket holders.
Is the ABR Festival sounding good so far? Well, it doesn’t stop there. Your ticket will also give you access to the following:
- Austin Vince’s Adventure Travel Film Festival
- Guided green lane rideouts
- Over 100 motorcycle exhibitors
- The famous ABR Festival Street Food market
- Self-Guided Road Rides
- Lakeside activities
- Morning yoga to get you ready for a day in the saddle
- Massages to relax you after said day in saddle
- The Display Arena featuring riders such as the legendary Chris Birch
- Advanced Riding Assessments
- Buggy and quad bike rides
- Pub Quiz
- Bike maintenance sessions
- E-mountain bike trail and test rides
- Guided tours of Ragley Hall
- Sidecar demonstration rides
- Breathwork Classes
So, there you have it. Access to everything listed above is included in your weekend ABR Festival ticket.
Still not got your weekend ticket to the ABR Festival? Tickets can be purchased for only £159. Get full three-day access to the ABR Festival, plus two nights of camping included, HERE. Tickets to the ABR Festival will sell out, and none’ll be available on the day, so get yours now to avoid missing out.
Want to attend the festival, but your camping days are behind you? We have a range of other accommodation options available including pre-pitched tents, glamping tipi’s and hotels. To find out more, see our accommodation options HERE
*£15 trail pass ticket is required to access the Bridgestone Trail