Bike 4 Life Festival

By Web editor, 19 March 2013

Bike 4 Life is back and is bigger and better than ever! Over 4000 bikers and enthusiasts are expected at one of the biggest free biking events in the Midlands on April 21 2013...

This year's ride out will start at Meole Brace in Shrewsbury and then head over to RAF Museum Cosford for a fantastic festival that is not to be missed by any biker.

Backed by some of the biggest biker organisations, dealerships and suppliers in the UK, you will have the chance to meet biking celebrities, the crew and Aircraft of Midlands Air Ambulance, join in with assessed ride outs, see special motorbike displays, buy souvenirs and enjoy great live bands and good food.

The event is organised to raise funds for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity and the RAF Museum Cosford, while promoting road safety. The event will include displays and exhibitions from some of the best manufacturers in the UK as well as groups and organisations that promote road safety and how to get the most from your biking experience.

The Festival will open from 10am -4pm and the ride out rolls out about 11.30am at Meole Brace, but you can arrive anytime from 9am. The ride out should arrive at the festival about 12.30pm. The ride out is free to enter but you will be asked to make a donation.

Register online at: Midlands Air Ambulance Charity

For more information about the event, visit: www.shropshirebikefest.co.uk

 

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