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The 20 km long off-road trail especially for adventure cyclists

In the UK, how would you like to drive 12 miles off-road without a single road code, angry hiker or a fallen tree hindering your progress?

Instead, you’ll find a wide range of surfaces to sink your tires on, a full team of marshalls to provide guidance and assistance, and a variety of route options to satisfy both novice and experienced riders.

Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?

Not quite. This motorcycle paradise actually exists. It’s called the AX41 Adventure Trail and it’s right in the middle of the UK’s biggest adventure biking celebration, the Adventure Cyclist Festival 2022

The good news? Early bird tickets for the festival are still available and you can book your tickets today and save a whopping £ 30. head here to get your early bird ticket and guarantee these savings.

If you want to learn more about the Adventure Trail and learn firsthand from adventure bikers what it feels like on the trail, then read on …

Ride an off-road trail that’s suitable for all skill levels

If you love off-road riding your motorcycle or want to try it out for the first time, there is no better place than the Adventure Bike Rider Festival.

The 20 km long AX41 Adventure Trail was built by a team of adventure bikers and is the jewel in the crown of the event. The trail offers an epic ride around the spectacular grounds of the Ragley Hall Estate, and the only way to take in the breathtaking views and normally private land is with a ticket to the ABR festival.

In the video below, we talk to Chief Marshall and Architect of the Adventure Trail, Craig Niven, about building the route, how it was designed, and how to make the most of it.

Then, hear from a trio of riders on a number of bikes soon after they fully rode the trail for the full verdict on the AX41 Adventure Trail. Check out the full video below.

And don’t forget you can only Ride the 20 km Adventure Trail at the Adventure Bike Rider Festival 2022, taking place June 24-26, 2022 in Ragley Hall, Warwickshire.

Early bird tickets are available now so you can save £ 30 on a weekend ticket buying today. Go to HERE to find out more.