BikeRadar Live: Bring your own bike

Take on Donington Park circuit or our purpose-built mountain bike trails

Bring your bike to BikeRadar Live and you can make full use of the world famous DoningtonPark circuit and our purpose-built mountain bike trails. 

You can hose them down at our bike wash, and there will be a secure lockup available 24/7. Parts and advice will be available on-site, along with skills tuition. All you’ll need to do is register on the day.

There will be plenty of challenges and races for those who want to test themselves, as well as family sessions and fun rides. You can even time yourself, with a chip timing facility available for £5.

Road bikes

Why not bring your road bike to BikeRadar Live and make full use of the world famous DoningtonPark circuit? You can test your guile and stamina on the two miles of undulating track that Lewis Hamilton et al will be racing around from 2010 (or so they tell us).

The circuit will be available for riding – subject to restrictions on the number of riders per session – at the following times:

  • Saturday 30 May: 9am–5.30pm
  • Sunday 31 May: 6am-2pm

Mountain bikes

Why not bring your mountain bike to BikeRadar Live and make full use of our demo trails? The off-road routes designed by downhill and 4X ace Will Longden will test all abilities and give you a chance to let off some steam.

The trails will be available for riding – subject to restrictions on rider numbers per session – at the following times:

  • Friday 29 May: 5pm-8pm
  • Saturday 30 May: 8am–7.30pm
  • Sunday 31 May: 8.30am-4pm

How to take part

There is no extra charge for use of the circuit and trails. All you need to do is register at the registration tent on arrival at the show.

You’ll need to produce a photo ID, passport or driving licence PLUS a household bill, and sign an indemnity. Under-18s will need a parent or guardian to sign for them. 

All riders must wear helmets. Bikes will be checked to make sure they are roadworthy, and must be clean if you want to go onto the circuit. Times are subject to change, and weather conditions permitting.

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