BikeLive 2017: Demo Series

Cyclescheme, 07.02.2017

BikeLive 2017: Demo Series

Ride the latest 2017 road bikes, e-bikes, MTB’s, Gravel and Adventure bikes

If you're looking for a new bike, or you just want to get a feel for what's out there, road.cc, eBikeTips and off-road,cc are offering you the chance to ride a huge range of the latest road bikes, MRB’ Gravel/Adventure  and e-bikes from top manufacturers, on a selection of riding terrains.

The new website Off-road.cc, One Click Adventures’, will be just about to launch so you can meet the editorial team and register your interest in receiving updates.

They’ve teamed up with some of the biggest names in UK biking: you'll get a chance to ride 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 is as follows:

  • Canyon
  • Cube
  • Giant
  • Kahlkoff
  • Liv
  • Look
  • Raleigh
  • Ribble
  • Rose
  • Specialized
  • Whyte
  • Wilier

As well as the bikes, Maxxis (tyres) will be on site, along with us from Cyclescheme to give you the low-down on saving money on a bike and accessories for work.

Book now at our special £20 offer, £10 off the usual price of £30.

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