Hargroves Cycles plans biggest QE Cycle Fest yet

Event will incorporate Day and night Enduro for the second year
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Hargroves Cycles' award winning QE Cycle Fest event is set to be its biggest yet.

The QE Cycle Fest is returning to Queen Elizabeth country park with over 120 bikes to test on the weekend, making it one of the largest events of its type, according to the retailer.

The demo bikes fleet will consist of many of the leading brands in the UK such as Specialized, Cube, Scott, Cannondale, Bianchi, GT, Charge and many more featuring the latest 650B and 29er and fat bike options.

The festival commences by opening the gates to the free campsite for the early arrivals at 3pm on Friday 15th May and the festival will finish at 5pm Sunday 17th May.

"Queen Elizabeth Country Park is the ideal location to hold such an event as it is central to our customer catchment but offers miles of dedicated trails which are of mixed capabilities.

"The Hargroves Cycles team can’t wait to see you all on the 16th of May, and make this Cycle fest even better than the last!"

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QECP DAY AND NIGHT ENDURO - 16th MAY
As part of the Hargroves QE Cycle Fest the gravity-based “Day and night Enduro” will return for the second year.

"After last year’s success the QECP Trail Collective has been working hard to make this year’s event even better. This year as part of the race there is a new hardtail category, which is now one of the stages of the Bird Bikes Super Series. Race entries will open on Saturday 14th May on www.moredirt.com."

www.qecyclefest.co.uk


QE CYCLE FEST 2015
Date: 16th & 17th May 2015
Location: Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Nr Petersfield, Hampshire.

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