There will be so much to do at BikeRadar Live on 10-11 July, so we’ve summarised it here for you. Just make sure you’ve got your tickets by midnight on 5 July, otherwise it will cost 20 percent more at the gate on the day.
For mountain bikers
The Dirt Crit races will be short in time but challenging on the body and mind on a 1km course.
Sample a mountain bike from the likes of Pace, Diamondback, Raleigh, Scott, Corratec and Rose.
Dial in your dirt jump skills on the Airbag with the help of pro rider Chris Smith and Gary Penman.
Try to set the fastest time on the purpose-built mountain bike loop.
Purpose-built routes will be graded for difficulty, so there’s something for beginners and experts alike.
CycleActive will be delivering their unique brand of skills tuition to experts, novices and kids.
Have a go yourself, watch the professionals or get coaching on the bermy, bumpy, pumpy track.
Hit Brands Hatch’s world-famous Indy track and have a leisurely ride.
Race on the same Mountain Biking UK Eliminator dual slalom track as the pros.
For road riders
Ride 50, 70 or 106 miles through Kent, the Garden of England.
Try to set the fastest lap on the 1.9km Brands Hatch circuit.
Road race around the 1.9km Brands Hatch circuit for British Cycling Category 1,2,3 4 and Elite road riders.
Sample a road bike from the likes of Scott, Raleigh, Red Bull and Brompton.
Road race around the 1.9km Brands Hatch circuit for newcomers.
Hit the world-famous Indy track and have a leisurely ride.
Off the bike
Check out new gear, catch the stars or just hang out with your friends. BikeRadar Live has loads for you to do off the bike from the moment the gates open at midday on Friday.
The Animal Relentless Bike Tour is back for 2010, along with the Onza Trials show and Team MAD/Land Rover. You can get involved too – the Onza riders will be putting on tuition classes for all you budding trials riders. Ace!
Swap pedal power for engine power and drive the karts on the the Mini Indy kart circuit.
Classes will include yoga, pilates, Body Balance, and also street dance for kids.
Suspension workshops, talks from the professional riders and interviews with the stars are just some of the highlights.
Activities range from skills courses and rides around the Indy Circuit to hitting the Airbag and meeting the stars – there’s loads to do. Under-12s get in for free!
The world’s leading cycling magazines will be in attendance, featuring their best bikes, latest issues and a host of special offers.
With a new venue and a bigger selection, expect a host of carbohydrate-fuelled meals – everything from pasta and salad to noodles!
Entertainment is free for all ticket holders and includes live music, DJ sets, a film festival, pub quiz and more.