Ride with Redding to Silverstone

If you would like to ride alongside some famous motorcycling faces from the NEC in Birmingham to Silverstone on Thursday 29th August then here’s your chance.

The organisers of the Motorcycle Live show (23rd November – 1st December 2013) are inviting riders along to the NEC on Thursday 29th August to claim one of a limited number of half-price tickets for the show but also to be in with a chance to ride with Bike Social and Moto2 star Scott Redding will be riding alongside BBC’s Matt Roberts and Steve Parrish, Eurosport’s Jamie Whitham, three-time BSB Champion John Reynolds and BSS star Taylor Mackenzie the NEC to Silverstone in time for the ‘Day of Champions’ ahead of the British MotoGP.

If you’d like to ride with these superstars then all you need to do is register online at the Motorcycle Live website - there is space for 250 bikes, and if that’s not enough to tempt  you then there will be free bacon rolls and coffee at the 9am start.

The 500 entry tickets are available at £10 rather than the face value £20.  Everyone who attends will be entered into a prize draw on the day and Scott Redding will pull one lucky winner from the hat to win a dream biking prize worth over £5,000.  Bike Social isn’t that strong at maths but we believe it works out to be a 1 in 250 chance of hitting the jackpot!

The group of riders and the stars will have a mass photo before leaving to ride to Silverstone aiming to get there at 11am for the Day of Champions with the live riders auction, entertainment, music and interviews.

Tickets for the Day of Champions are available either on-line at the Riders for Health website or on the gate.

Scott Redding will be among the stars riding from the NEC to Silverstone

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