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So here's the plan…Buy a plot of land in the centre of the country and turn it into the UK's first dedicated Biker Campsite, providing the needs and wants of Bikers. A low impact site to allow us to enjoy getting out into the countryside without damaging the environment we're going there for with all the extras a biker might hanker for.

 First off a campsite dedicated to the needs and wants of bikers. A place to pitch tents with all the usual benefits of a campsite. Toilets, Showers, water and a laid back environment to use as a base for exploring the Peak district and surrounding area. The campsite will have eco-credentials, and be low impact.

Also on site a "Clubhouse" , a cafe bar which plays better music, more like a rock/biker pub. providing the environment to enjoy the evening as only bikers can. Easy going, laid back fun. Enjoying the camaraderie which comes from finding like minded people in the same place.

I also aim to have a workshop on site for anyone who needs to do repairs or maintenance during their stay

The Campsite will also offer another feature for Bikerbuzz Camping Club members, Everything you need to camp will be on site. Tents, sleeping bags, beds and cook sets will be part of the available package, meaning you wont have to load up your bike with a lot of bilk and weight, Just book and show up. As we manage to get planning permission I aim to get camping pods on site for more comfort and warmth.

Secondly I want to start a Bikers Camping Club. Similar to the caravan club. Creating a camping club like this has benefits for sites in that it means they can be operated as Camp sites for a larger proportion of the year without getting a site specific license to operate a year round camp site. This is going to mean we can operate during the Bikers Season without issue. Going forward I'd like to sort out more sites ( Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, Devon & Cornwall etc ) and having a club established and registered with the Government would make expanding this idea to further sites much easier. Getting the exemption certificate means we can use a site for 60 days a year without a site license.

Setting up the club will make it much easier to get other sites off the ground and spread the concept of the campsite.

There are plenty of Biker campsites in Europe but not one in the UK. Only ones which don't turn us away. So I figure it's time to change this, to make something that is uniquely aimed at bikers from the ground up.