In just five week’s time we’ll be kicking off the first of our BikeLIVE demo days at Bath’s traffic free Odd Down Circuit giving you the chance to test ride bikes from the likes of Canyon, Cube, Vitus, Haibike and Raleigh to name just a few.
Tickets are just £15 for this event plus the following two at London’s Redbridge Cycling Centre (March 4th) and Cannock Chase (April 21st) and that gives you a cool seven hour’s worth of test riding as many bikes as you can handle.
Watch the BikeLIVE video below to see Bath 2017 -
Not only that, everyone who comes to BikeLIVE will be given a goodie bag – and amongst other things each bag will contain £6 of Clif Bar and Nuun products!
Plus just by signing up to attend BikeLIVE you could win a £100 Cycle Choice gift card courtesy of Cyclescheme, the UK’s most popular cycle to work provider.
Cycle Choice is the gift card for budding cyclists; purchase online or in Tesco and redeem at bike retailers across the UK.
There’ll also be an additional competition after the event where you could win a £50 Cycle Choice Voucher if you choose to opt into this.
On site you’ll find that the brands and manufacturers will be on hand to talk you through their various models and products plus the road.cc staff will be there to meet you and make sure everything runs smoothly.
Don’t worry about getting peckish either as we’ve already arranged plenty of caterers to keep your energy levels in check.
Full details can be found here about Bath and London with more updates to follow. Alternatively you can go straight to the BikeLIVE website where you can purchase tickets for Bath, London and Cannock Chase.
Stu knocked out his first road.cc review back in 2009 and since then he's chucked the best part of seventy test bikes around the West Country, a couple of them quite literally! With three alloy and two steel bikes in his fleet he's definitely a metal man (that'll be the engineering background) but is slowly warming to that modern carbon fibre stuff along with fat tyres & disc brakes.
It's not all nostalgia though, after spending the last few years in product design Stu keeps banging on about how 3D printing is going to be the next big thing and he's a sucker for a beautiful paint job too.