RTTW event - affected by COVID-19

It is with a great deal of sadness that I have to announce that Ride to the Wall, in its current format, will not be taking place this year.

My priority as Founder of Ride to the Wall is your safety first and foremost as WALLERS, and not putting you or the general public at unnecessary risk.

Best wishes from Martin Dickinson - Founder of Ride to the Wall.

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Drayton Manor Park Logistics

Drayton Manor Park will be one of Eleven Start Points for RTTW 2020.

The ride will be led by the Founder of RTTW, Martin Dickinson and our Patrons, followed by the Flag Bearers and pre-registered motorcycles.

To ease congestion, maintain safety and reduce waiting times for attendees both at Drayton Manor Park and The National Memorial Arboretum, we have again limited numbers to 850 pre-registered motorcycles.

FLAG BEARERS PLEASE NOTE:

Drayton Manor Park will be open to pre-registered motorcycles from 09.00hrs and outside catering will be provided.

Please ensure that the RED BAND (issued with your Drayton Manor registration) is worn on the RIDERS wrist BEFORE you reach Drayton Manor Park so that it is clearly visible to the Marshals. This is a change from previous years when the band was attached to the bike. BLUE WRISTBANDS worn by registered pillion riders will not need to be displayed at this point.

Motorcycles arriving at Drayton Manor Park without a RED BAND will be denied entry and will be redirected to the National Memorial Arboretum.

We would ask that you arrive at Drayton Manor Park no later than 11.30hrs, the ride to the National Memorial Arboretum will depart from Drayton Manor Park at 12.15 prompt.

Please do not attempt to "High Five" any spectators as you pass them, as it risks causing an accident. If your bike is fitted with blue lights, please leave them switched off during the ride to the NMA.

It is always the intention to park all riders from Drayton Manor Park inside the NMA but, due to changing circumstances throughout the morning, there is no guarantee that this will happen. Please follow the directions of the RTTW Marshals when you reach the NMA.

Please take a moment to read the ride information to ensure a safe & trouble free ride for all.

Keep an eye on this website and Facebook for further updates and we look forward to seeing you on October 3rd 2020 for the 12th Ride To The Wall.

Disclaimer:

Ride To The Wall (RTTW) accepts no legal liability for accident, injury, loss or damage incurred whilst attending the RTTW, irrespective of any guidance or instruction from Officers, Marshals or Representatives of RTTW. You must ensure both the safety of yourselves, the general public and event attendees.

RTTW will comply with any restrictions imposed by government in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and may, if required, postpone or cancel the event if required to do so. Under these and any other circumstances relating to the safety of attendees, RTTW cannot accept liability for any consequential loss relating to cancellation / postponement.

By participating in the RTTW you agree to these conditions