Bike Demo Days: Reserve your ride now

Lapierre, Lynskey, Ghost, Ragley, Tomac

Bikes from Lapierre, Lynskey, Ghost, Ragley and Tomac are now available to book ahead of our upcoming Bike Demo Days series.


Previously only available on the day, you can now book a demo ride on any of these bikes at – but you’d better get in quick, as they’re available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Bikes include:


  • Zesty 314 & 514
  • Spicy 516
  • Froggy 518
  • X-Control 310 & 510


  • Ridgeline 29 & 26

Lynskey ridgeline 29: lynskey ridgeline 29


  • AMR Plus
  • AMR 7500
  • AMR Lector
  • Miss AMR
  • RT Actinum
  • RT Lector
  • HTX Actinum
  • HTX Lector Team

Ghost amr 7500: ghost amr 7500
Russell Burton


  • Blue Pig
  • MmmBop
  • Ti

Ragley ti: ragley ti
Steve Behr


  • Carbide SL
  • Automatic
  • Snyper
  • Vanish
Tomac automatic: tomac automatic

Riders attending this year’s Bike Demo Days series can expect a host of freebies and great prizes, as well as the chance to ride the latest bikes from top manufacturers. Other brands attending include Bionicon, Corratec, Diamondback, Raleigh Mtrax, Norco, Red Bull, Rose, Saracen and Scott.

BikeRadar will give anyone who buys a bike that they rode during the series a free gift of a set of Ritchey Comp V4 pedals, a CamelBak Slipstream hydration pack or a Lezyne Roadside Repair Kit.

To claim your gift, worth up to £35, book your ride at, turn up on the day and demo your chosen bikes, then provide proof of purchase of one of those bikes within 30 days. Full details will be available at each demo.

Bike Demo Days Series dates

The 2010 Bike Demo Days Series runs from March to April across five great trail centres. Kicking off the series on 7 March, the series visits the impressive KielderForest in Northumberland. Cannock Chase in the heart of the Midlands is on 21 March followed by Bedgebury in Kent a week later. Wales’s premier mountain biking destination, Coed y Brenin, is on 11 April and the series wraps up with the ever-popular Glentress in Scotland on 18 April.


To demo a bike, all you need to do is visit the Bike Demo Days website, select a venue and book a bike. Bikes are booked on a first-come-first-served basis. On the day, you’ll need to bring a helmet, photo ID and a household bill. The demo loops will be marked out by ex-British downhill and 4X champion Will Longden. Catering, parking and toilet facilities will be available at each site.