Looking for a biking event you can sink your teeth into?
We saw an amazing 4000 bikers attend our Bikers’ Breakfast events in 2019 and it’s become an annual pilgrimage for bikers joining our gathering, getting a brew, some free food, and visiting the increasing number of stands that support bikers. We continue to welcome new stands every year with 2020 promising even more.As well as traders offering clothing and biker stuff, we support charities, and offer a wealth of information at our ‘Think Bike’ stand, which sees the return of our Triumph Daytona 675 ‘Think Bike’. The bike’s ready and soon to be on Staffordshire’s roads, spreading the message.
All our partners can be seen at the event, including Staffordshire Police Forensics, Staffs Fire & Rescue Service, IAM, plus lots more.
In 2020 we are introducing so many new things to offer a better experience. Having a go on the competition offers a ‘Fasttrack’ option to get your butties quicker, and as well as winning great stuff, you can learn something along the way. And it’s not all about full licence holders, we are introducing a ‘Have a go" taster sessions for pillions and potential young riders, thanks to Bryan’s BMW Motorcycle Training, available at all events except Tittesworth Reservoir.
The Bikers’ Breakfast events, provide bikers the opportunity to engage with organisations providing services and support to bikers’. It’s a great way to meet like-minded bikers or friends or even just a good excuse for a ride out with friends looking for somewhere to have a rest stop along the way for a bite to eat. We offer lots of ‘Think Bike’ and other free stuff, plus ‘free to enter’ competitions, where you could win all kinds of prizes, including a set of tyres donated by Michelin, all prizes listed here soon. As well as meeting the team and other bikers, all those who attend will receive a free bacon or sausage bap, veggie options too. You must obtain a voucher for your free bap by obtaining at least three stamps on your Think Bike card, by visiting stands at the event. The award-winning Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership is hosting the events which will be brimming with biker related information and advice. Staffordshire County Council’s road safety unit will be on hand to give motorcyclists top tips on staying safe. Even if you are in the car or not yet riding and simply looking for advice on training courses, refreshers, social events or preparation before you buy your 1st bike or returning to motorcycling or you may just have an interest in motorcycling and bike culture so perhaps want to make some new contacts before you take up biking, you are welcome to attend.