Ride the latest 2017 road bikes

Cyclescheme, 15.12.2016

Ride the latest 2017 road bikes

If you're looking for a new bike, or you just want to get a feel for what's out there. You don't want to miss this.

If you're looking for a new bike, or you just want to get a feel for what's out there, road.cc and eBikeTips are offering you the chance to ride a huge range of the latest road bikes and e-bikes from top manufacturers, on a dedicated road circuit. The first ever road.cc LIVE series of events starts on 26 February in Bath.

They’ve teamed up with some of the biggest names in road cycling: you'll get a chance to sling a leg over hundreds of bikes from entry-level models to superbikes. There'll be ranges from some online manufacturers too, giving you the chance to test bikes you wouldn't normally be able to ride before buying. The current list of bike brands include the following...

Bike brands

Cube, Giant, Scott and Specialized will also have e-bikes to demonstrate, and there will also be a selection to try from from Gazelle and Kahlkoff.

Here are your ticket links: Book now and recieve an early bird prize of £20

One registration will entitle you to demo  bikes at both events however.

Where is it?

The first road.cc LIVE and eBikeTips LiVE event will be held at Bath's Odd Down circuit. It's a custom-built 1.5km road circuit, and the event has exclusive use of the pristine tarmac all day. No fighting with the traffic on your test rides! We'll also be visiting Cannock Chase (8 April) and Dalby Forest (17 June) later in the year.

How much does it cost?

Attending road.cc LIVE costs just £30, but if you book before January 2017 you can save yourself a tenner: a whole day of testing top road bikes for just £20. Everyone who attends road.cc LIVE will get a free goody bag with great gifts from road.cc and our partners.


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