See some top cyclocross action at the Cycle Show

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Visitors to the Cycle Show, being held at Birmingham's NEC between September the 25th and 28th, will be treated to some top cyclocross (CX) action this year. Elite CX riders will battle it out on a challenging technical course through the woods around the NEC, and even ride inside the exhibition centre itself!

Hope will have a strong team:
Hope will have a strong team:

“It’s really exciting to be hosting cyclocross races at the show and arguably it’s long overdue given the growth in interest in the sport here over the past few years," says Chris Holman, Event Director at organisers Upper Street Events "Hopefully by showcasing cyclocross to a wider cycling audience we’ll help to develop that interest even more.”

Exhibitors including Condor, Hope, Raleigh, Kinesis and Pivot will all be showing their latest cyclocross bikes and kit, as well as having experts on-hand to give advice about the sport in what is set to be an exciting line-up for cyclocross fans and enthusiasts.

Lancashire based Hope Technology will be represented in the Sunday races by a strong team lead by National Series Champion Paul Oldham while Raleigh will  have several riders taking part in the’s event, including Jake Poole and Matthieu Boulo

Raleigh's jake poole will be racing:
Raleigh's jake poole will be racing:

Adult tickets for The Cycle Show are priced at £13 per person when booked in advance – offering attendees a saving of over £3 per ticket – while children aged 14 and under can attend for just £1 each with an accompanying adult. Concession prices are also available to students and those over 65. However, we've teamed up with the Cycle Show to offer Cycling Plus readers a discount.

To  for more information on The Cycle Show 2014 and visit And to grab yourself a Cycling Plus discount enter the code CPM here

This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.

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