by Dave Anderson
April 4, 2014
TweedLove 2014 is officially open for business as all 40 of its remaining events are now open for entry.
From old school slalom races to mellow rides on natural trails and kids dirt racing, from May 25th – June 8th the Tweed Valley will host what is now the UK’s biggest cycling clanjamfrie.
The Enduro World Series may be sold out, but there’s plenty of action to be had in bike valley. If you missed out on a spot in the race you can still be part of the UK’s biggest enduro by spectating, lounging about the event village and expo or saddling up and heading out to see the tracks for yourself, all for the grand total of absolutely nada.
But if it’s competition you’re after, there are still a few spots left in the Dual Slalom. This old school classic attracted the likes of Steve Peat and Josh Bryceland last year. And with racers looking to make the most of their week off between the EWS and the Fort William world cup the following weekend, who knows who you’ll find on the start line…
There’s also a heap of free ride outs, with a special mention going to Natural Tweed – 50km of the finest natural trails that will take in parts of the valley you didn’t even know existed. And if you’re in the market for a mini adventure, the Bivvy Night lets you ride out into the great unknown for a night under the stars.
Skills sessions aimed at a variety of disciplines and skill levels will be on offer throughout the festival, and they just happen to be massively discounted too.
For full details and event entry head over to www.tweedlove.com – but be quick, all events are expected to sell out.
And if you missed it, here’s why we think you should go…