Lock up your daughters, the third MBUK North Shore Jam kicks off at the Churchill ski centre just a few miles south of Bristol on 17 - 18th September and it's going to be a good one.
The manager and nutter in chief, Cliff Barbeary, has been hard at work tending to his park in preparation for the third event. As Cliff puts it: "The first thing that I do when I wake up in the morning is think about my wood." Quite.
Of course we (the MBUK editorial layabouts) are going to be there in full force in an attempt to write off more bikes, equipment and bodies than last time, and we're also rounding up some of the country's top riders to come and have a go, so you're certain to see a famous face or three.
For those who've never ridden the Shore before and are a bit scared, don't worry because there is now a purpose built training area at the top of the hill and if all goes well there will also be a set of dirt trails too.
We're bringing the barbie (well, we're just going to set light to Tym's car) so bring the bangers and we'll all get fed as well as rad. The third North Shore Jam will be an arse-kickingly good day, so be there.
Print off the attached flyer, write your name on the back, bring it along on the weekend and you'll be entered into a draw for a free pass to the park for a year.
The stuff you need to know:
When: 17-18 September
Where: The Bike Park, High Action, The Action Centre, Lyncombe Drive, Churchill, Somerset BS24 5PQ.
Check out www.highaction.co.uk
TICKETS: £20 in advance by calling 01934 852335, or by emailing email@example.com with your phone number.
Or you can pay £25 on the gate.
Tickets include parking and camping.
You can pay by Switch, Visa, Mastercard, Delta or cheque.