Having secured the AX Pro title earlier this year with MX legend Tommy Searle, Kawasaki and Tommy are looking to kick-start the 2024 Championship with a victory at the all-new AX Fest. Held at Bolesworth Castle, the new event is set to be the biggest motocross festival in the UK, with live action and music throughout the weekend.
With track action getting underway Friday, revellers will also be able to enjoy live music every night with Rick Parfitt Jnr and the RPJ band and Ibiza icon Pete Walshe set to close out the Friday evening before legendary DJ and Faithless producer brings the party to Bolesworth on Saturday night.
Kawasaki will be in attendance throughout the event, not only supporting Tommy Searle as he looks to retain his Arenacross title but also showcasing its entire range to attendees. Alongside a selection of 2023 road bikes, Kawasaki will also be bringing the latest motocross machines as well as its MULE and ATV vehicles.
Ross Burridge, Head of Marketing & Racing Department at Kawasaki UK:
“We are really excited to be heading to the inaugural AX Fest. The Arenacross series was a fantastic spectacle earlier this year, and we can’t wait to see what the team have created for the festival. Naturally, we are hoping that Tommy can repeat his success, but we are also looking forward to meeting the many fans attending and showing them our 2023 Kawasaki range, including the utility vehicles such as the MULE Pro MX and Bruteforce 750 ATV.”
Matt Bates, Event Promoter and Bolesworth Events Managing Director:
“We’re extremely proud and excited to be announcing this partnership extension with Kawasaki UK; to see them extend their agreement for our 2024 indoor series, as well expanding their involvement into AX Fest is genuinely amazing to see.
“Similar to the indoor series, AX Fest will attract a wide variety of fans from action sports, adventure and of course motocross, so with Kawasaki showcasing motocross, UTV’s and road bikes, as well as offering a first-time riding experience on their KLX models, their presence will spread far wider than the race track.”