Building on the success of last years event, Rutland Cycling is proud to announce the 2015 Road Demo Day. The event is COMPLETELY FREE and will be held at both our Grafham and Whitwell stores on the 11th and 12th of April respectively. The biggest names in cycling including Trek, Specialized, Giant, Wilier, Scott, and Frog will be there.
Confirmed models include:
Roubaix SL4 Comp Disc
Amira SL4 Comp
Ruby Elite Disc
GTS Ultegra Disc
Zero 7 Ultegra
Cento1 Air Ultegra
Frog bikes will be bringing along their range of children’s road bikes.
Sign up online here
So, if you want to try the latest in cycling technology on the twisting country lanes of Rutland and Cambridgeshire and get great advice on your new ride then make sure you’ve got it in your diary. Check out the video from our road demo day below.
What you need to Bring
Please be aware that you will need to bring some of photo ID, a debit/credit card, a helmet is essential to test any of the bikes - a pair of pedals is also a good idea, but not essential. We do not charge to demo a bike but will need to keep hold of your Photo ID and credit/debit card whilst you are testing the bikes - a refundable deposit of £10 is also required.
Also, we ask you to register online and then print your ticket (that will be emailed to you), so we can get you out testing the bikes as soon as possible.
Where are the events held?
On Saturday 11th April the Demo day will be at our Grafham store:
- Grafham Cycling, Marlow Car Park, Grafham Water, Cambridge, PE28 0BH
On Sunday 12th April the Demo day will be at our Whitwell store:
- Rutland Cycling, Bull Brigg Lane, Whitwell, Rutland Water, LE15 8BL
What time is the event each day?
Registration for both events will be open at 10am and close at 4pm. The last rides will depart around 3pm.
What is parking like on site?
There is ample parking at both events, but there is a charge for parking on site.
Terms and Conditions
By registering for our demo weekend events you agree to the following terms:
Whilst every effort will be taken to ensure safety and security, neither Rutland Cycling, nor the suppliers or any associated employess can be held responsible for any rider injury or loss during, or subseqent to, the day. A helmet must be worn at all times whilst on the ride.
Cars and their contents are parked at the vehicle owners risk.
Got a question?
Send it to us on Facebook or Twitter, using the hashtag #askRC and we will answer your questions in our video Q&A.