Evans Cycles Ride It! winter series announced

Road and off-road events throughout the UK

Evans Cycles has announced a new set of dates and locations for Ride It!, a series of organised sportive road and off-road rides throughout the UK.

Ride It! began in March this year. Up to four routes are marked out at each location and riders are provided with a map to help with navigation. Routes range from 12-35 miles for mountain bike events and 15-70 miles for sportive road events.

There will also be a 12-15 mile off-road night ride at Cliddesden, North Downs and Chievely. “Night riding is an exhilarating experience and our rides allow both experienced night-riders and those that a new to this form of mountain biking to take part in a controlled environment,” said event manager Dean Stacey.

Every event includes:

  • Free child entry
  • Memory Map OS map
  • Mechanical support
  • Free SIS energy food and drink
  • Gore Bike Wear try before you buy service
  • Demo bikes

Ride It! winter events

  • 4-5 October 2008 – Oaklands Centre, Warsop, Nottingham, NG20 0JE
  • 18-19 October 2008 – The MisbourneSchool, Great Missenden, HP16 0BN
  • 1-2 November 2008  – Ambleside Football Club, Lake District, LA22 0EE
  • 8-9 November 2008 – Cliddesden Village Hall, Hampshire, RG25 2JQ
  • 15 November 2008 – GatewaysSchool, West YorkshireLS17 9LE
  • 16 November 2008 – Evans Cycles, Xscape, West Yorkshire, WF10 4TA
  • 6-7 December 2008 – Priory School, Dorking, North Downs, RH4 3DG
  • 10-11 January 2009 – Chieveley Village Hall, Berkshire, RG20 8TE
  • 24-25 January 2009 – WardleHigh School, RochdaleOL12 9RD
  • 7-8 February 2009 – TCR Show, SandownPark, Surrey, KT10 9AJ
  • 21-22 February 2009 – Venue TBC, Scotland

Pre-entry fees

  • Adult fun road route £5
  • Adult all other routes £10
  • Child (under 16) £5
  • Adult combined night ride entry £15
  • Adult combined TCR Show entry £12.50

Children ride for free at all Ride It! events.

On the day entries incur an additional £2.50 surcharge.

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