You’ll be spoilt for choice at the National Demo Day series – it’ll be a total Trek-fest with models ranging from the head-turning Top Fuel 69er to the all mountain Trek Remedy (available from the Aston Hill event onwards) just waiting to be put to the test.
Here’s a brief list of the other models available to ride:
Trek 69er, Trek Top Fuel 69er, Trek Fuel EX 8 WSD, Trek Fuel EX 8, Trek Fuel EX 9.5, Trek Remedy 9, Trek Top Fuel 8.
So, when and where is it all taking place?
- DEMO 1 February 10 Glentress, Scottish Borders
- DEMO 2 February 24 Coed-y-Brenin,
- DEMO 3 April 6 Aston Hill, Buckinghamshire
- DEMO 4 April 27 Dalby Forest,
- DEMO 5 May 18 Newnham Park,
For more information on the Trek models available go to the Demo Day website. Please note that for the Trek bikes there is no online booking system – simply turn up on the day with your ID, head for the Trek stand and get riding.
As for which other manufacturers will be there, just check out this little lot:
Bionicon; Cotic; Diamond Back; Felt; Foes; Garmin; Gary Fisher; Haro; Ibis; Iron Horse; Joes No-Flats; Kenda tyres; Lapierre; Manitou suspension; Memory Map; Met helmets; Michelin tyres; Muc Off; Niner; NS Bikes; Raleigh; Santa Cruz; Saracen; Straitline components; Yeti.
The Demo Days offer a unique opportunity to ride a huge range of bikes before you buy or simply to compare your machine to the competition, as well as a chance to see some of the latest developments in the world of components and accessories. And what’s more it’s all free, so make a date in your calendar, get yourself along on the day and prepare to gorge yourself on a feast of off road action.