Hone your skills at Ordnance Survey Outdoors Show

Mountain biking, road riding and more

Cycling is set to form a key part of this year’s Ordnance Survey Outdoors Show at the NEC in Birmingham.

There will be mountain bike skills training, a charity sportive ride with Mark Beaumont (world record round-the-world cyclist), and stunt team MB7 will be on hand to perform daredevil tricks. 

This year’s event, from 27-29 March, will have four zones, with over 300 exhibitors. There will be 25 activities you can have a go at, including a high ropes course, brushboarding simulator, scuba diving lessons and mountain boarding tuition.

You can get two adult tickets for just £20 – saving £14 with our special offer. Quote code FT1 when booking.

For more information and to book, go to OutdoorsShowExtra.co.uk or telephone 0844 415 4418.

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