After a four year break, the Newnham 90 makes its return this year as the Trek Newnham 90 and will be held in NewnhamPark in Devon in the UK’s south west on Sunday, May 18th.
The former world cup venue of NewnhamPark boasts a varied mix of surrounding woods, quarry tops, moorland and rocky trails to provide a challenging, varied course for the riders. And when the riding is over, there’s camping, parking and entertainment to boot.
Entrants can choose from a 50km loop or an additional 40km loop to make the full 90.
The entry fee of £25 (50km) and £28 (90km) includes camping, parking, pasta party with live band, hot showers, toilets, water, feed stations, event T-shirt, and a finishers’ cream tea.
There’s a 500 rider limit, so don’t delay if you’re up for it. The Newnham 90 also coincides with our National Demo Series – ride loads of bikes from the best manufacturers for free.
For more details on the Newnham 90 and to enter, go to the website www.newnham90.com