We're getting ready for a massive demo day down at Cannock Chase, this time it’s going to be three times the bikes and three times the fun!
The Demo day will be held on Sunday the 3rd of March 2013 at 10am and will be a combined demo day for our stores in Wolverhampton, Nottingham and Daventry.
Based on the Tackeroo Campsite, Cannock chase has a whole host of amazing bike trails to get your teeth into whatever level of riding you are.
Available on the day will be demo bikes from all the following top brands that you can test throughout the day…..Specialized, Cube, Trek, Scott, Orange, Whyte, Lapierre, Cannondale, Yeti, Santa Cruz, Identiti and Banshee.
Test as many bikes as you like in one day and get the opportunity to ride your dream bike!
The Demo day will give you a chance to get a proper feel and influence of each of the bikes. Packed full of trails at different levels it’s the perfect active day out for the family too whilst you have a day of test riding!
It's turn up on the day, first come first served basis. The loop is not too long, about 3.5 miles, so at a steady pace it takes about 20-25 minutes. You can ride as many bikes as your legs can handle, all we'll ask is that they bring photo ID and a credit/debit card for us to hold onto while you ride. You won't be allowed to ride without a helmet and your own pedals.
Don't forget to bring with you: A photo ID, a bank card, your helmet & pedals!
Here’s a taster of some of Cannock Chases’ trails……
Cross Country Mountain Biking at Cannock Chase
The Midlands first dedicated mountain bike trail. Follow the Dog is a red graded 7 mile intermediate mountain bike trail aimed at competent mountain bikers. Opened in 2005 the trail was completely designed and built by Chase Trails and more recently additional sections have been added including the all new Tackeroo descent which was built as part of the contractor works to the Monkey Trail and was opened in April 2010.
Downhill MTB at Cannock Chase
Stile Cop is the only dedicated site for downhill riding on Cannock Chase. Since 2003 Chase Trails have been working with the Forestry Commission and local downhill riders to make the best out of little hill.
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