Kop Hill Climb®

Fundraising for the local community

Festival on 21/22 September 2019


Click here to reveal just some of the remarkable vehicles that have run the hill and the latest list of cars entered.

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Where it all started in 1910. All the latest on this years entries with over a hundred years of bikes you’ll rarely see anywhere else.

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See the amazing hand-builts karts compete down a course featuring chicane, ramps and curved banks. NOT for the faint-hearted !

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Car SOS star Fuzz Townshend to lend a helping hand at the 10th anniversary of Kop Hill Climb

Kop Hill Climb are delighted to announce that we have TV presenter Fuzz Townshend from National Geographic’s hit show Car SOS joining us for the weekend of 21st & 22nd September.

Kop Hill Climb is now open to accept all registrations…….

We are now open for entries for hill runs with vehicles (cars and motorcycles) prior to 1979, Paddock Display, Clubs and Soapbox. Please go to the Entrants page for details of how to register and help us make this, our 10th anniversary a very special event.


Festival Fun

Many attractions during the event to keep the whole family entertained all weekend.

Fabulous Food

From ethnic to traditional, snacks to a feast, or perhaps a champagne, local ale or just an expresso. Whatever your taste we’ll be ready.


On stage a whole succession of top local bands playing from ten till we close.


Lots of it. Tempting you with vintage clothing, antiques, memorabilia, art – and of course just about everything you can think of that’s motoring related – it’s a real village of delights.

Location & Directions

Getting there

By car or bike – we’re up on the hill from Princes Risborough with plenty of space to park. The hill is located just 15 minutes from the M40 Junctions 4 or 6, off the A4010 mid-way between High Wycombe and Aylesbury. Look for the signs for Kop Hill Climb. For those who rely on electronic maps, set your Sat Nav to HP27 0LA and follow the signs.

Public parking is FREE

By train – Chiltern Railways run regular trains from London Marylebone or from the Banbury and Birmingham direction. The nearest station is Princes Risborough Station which is a 15 minute walk through the town and up to the festival on the hill.

By bus – it’s the Arriva 300 from either High Wycombe or Aylesbury which drops you just 5 minutes away.

Kop Hill Road, Princes Risborough, Bucks HP27 0LA.  Map reference OS Sheet SP814030 E 481411, N 202962.