Bell reveals Ride Free events for 2017

Bell Helmets has announced the continuation of the Bell Ride Free events for 2017.
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Bell Helmets has announced the continuation of the Bell Ride Free events for 2017.

Now entering its fourth year, Bell Ride Free gives mountain bikers the chance to ride some of the UK’s top bike parks free of charge.

The trails of the Forest of Dean will kick off Bell Ride Free on July 2nd, 2017 for a day of uplifts at one of the UK’s most popular MTB venues. The shop at Pedalabikeaway will be open for any last minute requirements and hot food will be served from its café; the team from Flyup Downhill will be shuttling riders all day.

On August 13th, the series moves to the North East for the second installment at the home of the reigning downhill World Champion; Danny Hart’s Descend Bike Park. With DH tracks, 4X, and miles of All Mountain trails; riders will have a day to experience the whole area.

As well as free access to the parks and free day passwa to the uplift service, there will also be guest appearances by Bell athletes.

Each event will have limited spaces, with registration operating on a first come, first served basis. Registration opens one month before each event and will close when the rider limit is reached. Riders are encourage to sign up for their nearest event quickly as entries filled up within 48 hours of registration last year.

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