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You've Been Nabbed 25

May 6th – 8th 2016

25th Anniversary

Live Bands in three marquees, 3 discos, Stand-up Comedy Show, Magician, Bike/Trike Show, big raffle, Entertainment for kids, Cheap Beer (3 x Bars - including ‘Real Ale’ bar featuring a range of beers and ciders), Hot Showers, Loads of Trade Stands & lots of other good stuff.

Tickets on sale NOW! Pre-booked tickets (Until April 29th) £30.00, Gate price £35.00

Available from the NABD office, card payments via telephone 0844 415 4849

Buy Tickets now

More details here

 

YBN25 pin badges

On sale with pre-book tickets £2.50 each or £3.00 on site from the NABD stall

The badge is approx 1" wide.

YBN25 pin badge


Check out What's Happening - Current Fundraising Events!


National Association for Bikers with a Disability (NABD) is a registered charity that has grown to become the world’s leading support group for motorcyclists who suffer disabilities due to accident, illness, genetic conditions or any other cause.

The NABD offer advice for people with disabilities on matters relating to vehicle modifications, control adaptations, licensing, training, insurance, specialist prosthetics, the registering of custom-built vehicles, exemptions from vehicle excise duty and VAT, vehicle legislation and legal representation.

We offer financial grants (England, Scotland, Wales, Eire, The Isle of Man and the Channel Isles only) to assist with the cost of adaptations and / or modifications to motorcycles, motor scooters, motorcycle / sidecar combinations, motor tricycles and / or quad-cycles to suit the needs of riders or passengers with disabilities.

 

Whatever the disability, The NABD are happy to help disabled people anywhere in the world with advice and information.

 

Our aim is to ensure that people with disabilities have access to the freedom and independence of motorcycling irrespective of whether they have a long history of motorcycling or are coming into the world of motorcycling for the first time.

 

The main aim of the NABD is to ensure that when it comes to motorcycling, a disability should not be a handicap. 


 

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