Meet Racing Legend Carl Fogarty At Popular Biker Event

Would you like to lead one of the most popular motorcycle Ride Outs in the UK? The organisers of Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival on Sunday 30th April, are giving entrants the chance to lead the Ride Out alongside biking legends including Carl Fogarty.  

Bikers who have already booked their place in the Ride Out, or anyone who books their place before Tuesday 18th April 2017, will be entered into the draw to win a host of prizes including; leading the Ride Out alongside VIP guests Carl Fogarty, Steve Parrish and Nick Sanders, two tickets to Motorcycle Live 2017 at the NEC, two tickets to the Moto GP British Grand Prix at Silverstone in 2017, a signed Carl Fogarty print and a range of Bike4Life merchandise. 

The Ride Out which starts at Meole Brace in Shrewsbury, will see 3,500 bikes ride to RAF Cosford in Shropshire for the Festival with live bands, biker demonstrations and a food festival. 

To enter the competition, simply sign up for the Ride Out at Two lucky winners will be selected on Wednesday 19th April 2017. 

To take part in the Ride Out simply visit  It only costs £10 per motorbike (pillions ride for free) with all proceeds raised going to Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, who organise the event. For those who simply want to attend the Bike4Life Festival, entrance is £5 per person and under 16s go free.

Bike4Life is run in collaboration with Safer Roads Partnership and West Mercia Police who work tirelessly to promote road safety and to help reduce the number of road traffic collisions across West Mercia. The event is supported by the Central Motorway Police Group, Highways England, West Mercia Police Shropshire County Council, the RAF Museum Cosford and RAF Cosford.

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Find out more information about the Safer Roads Partnership visit


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