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Bike4Life Ride Out & Festival

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Registration for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival, taking place on Sunday 23rd  April 2023, has now opened, and motorcyclists are being encouraged to sign up as places on the much-anticipated Ride Out are limited.

The event, which is sponsored by The Bike Insurer and supported by the Safer Roads Partnership, is organised by and raises funds for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity in association with the Safer Roads Partnership. Now in its 11th year, the Bike4Life Ride Out is established as one of the best ride out and festival motorbike experiences in the country. The Ride Out sees 3,500 motorbikes ride 23 miles from Meole Brace in Shrewsbury to RAF Cosford airfield, home to the incredible Bike4Life Festival.

The Festival will include live music, breath-taking displays, exhibitions, stalls, refreshments and more. With more than 6,000 additional people attending, it’s a great day out for bikers, families and the local community.

To register, simply visit  Early bird tickets for the Ride Out cost £15 per biker, or £20 for a biker and pillion, which includes free entry to the Bike4Life Festival. Tickets for the Festival alone are just £5 per person and children under 16 go free.

Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival is organised by Midlands Air Ambulance Charity and is sponsored by The Bike Insurer. It 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 and RAF Cosford.

Keep up to date on social media by following Bike4LifeFest on Facebook.

Find out more information about the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity by visiting or for more information on the Safer Roads Partnership visit


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