We hope you enjoyed last years festival!

Rugby town centre will echo to the sound of motorbikes and music on Sunday 21st May as the Rugby Bikefest roars into town. The festival organised by Rugby First and Rugby Borough Council, in conjunction with local motorcycling groups, businesses and St. Andrews Church, will take place between 10.00am and 4pm, and is sure to have you firing on all cylinders!

The FREE family festival includes a ride-in, displays of vintage and modern bikes, stalls, childrens activities, music and food – in essence something to keep everyones engines purring, bike enthusiast or not!

The Ride In


If you want to hear the bikes engines roar you’ll need to be in the town centre (around North Street & Market Place) for around 10am as the ‘ride-in’ rumbles into town.


If you own a bike and would like to join the ‘Ride-In’ all you have to do is register your details below – what are you waiting for? Route details and the meeting point will be available on registration. Click here to register for the Ride-in or to display your bike.

This year we are asking for a £2 donation to join the ride-in with all monies going to the Coventry and Warwickshire Blood Bikes – you will receive a wrist band as a thank you.

The Other Stuff


St. Andrew’s Church (adjacent to the main stage in the Market Place) in association with the Christian Motorcycle Association and Air Cadets will be running a helmet park. This will be located in the stunning William Butterfield designed church and operate from 10.30am to 3.45pm. There will be a nominal donation of £1 per helmet (+ fifty pence per further item) which includes a helmet blessing with all funds going to the Church.


On the day there will be hundreds of bikes on display – from modern machines to vintage classics. Take the opportunity to browse the stalls, get up close to the bikes, or enjoy some great local food on offer.

If you are interested in having a stall at the event or displaying your bike please contact us on 01788 890789 or email olivia@ucltd.co.uk

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From face-painting to bouncy castles there will be plenty to keep the children entertained and mum and dad happy so make sure you don’t miss out on this great family day out!