Are you ready for Mayhem in 2014?

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We’ve just heard that tickets for Wiggle Mountain Mayhem (20th, 21st & 22nd June 204) will go on sale online on Friday 28th February at 15.30.

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Word from Pat is that:
“After the success of 2013, the first Mayhem to be held at Gatcombe Park, if you want that 24 hour fix then Mayhem will be the must-ride event of 2014, especially as Sleepless In The Saddle will be in hibernation next year.
Gatcombe Park, home of HRH the Princess Royal is rarely open to the public and never open to cyclists (unless you enter Wiggle Mountain Mayhem that is).  Fortunately for all of us, Mayhem has been invited back again for 2014.
For those of you who didn’t make it to Gatcombe last year you won’t have experienced the amazingly flat camping areas, fantastic course (and fast draining) plus in 2014 the added bonus will be the introduction of trackside camping (and heckling), held off in the first year to make sure we all got invited back!!
From 6th January, the place to find out about all things Mayhem 2014 will be the updated Wiggle Mountain Mayhem website . Remember, you will be able to enter online from the event website or from the Wiggle website from 15.30 on Friday 28th February.
To be really certain of your place you can always rock up to Pat Adams’s house with your entry form downloaded from the event website (available from midnight on Thursday 27th February until 15.00 on Friday 28th February).  Until then, for up to the minute info or any questions, go to the Mountain Mayhem 24hr Facebook page.”
We understand that there will only be 2200 places available.  You have been warned….
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Comments (3)

    Will Wiggles prizes be as poor as they normally are? MM used to bring in top riders from Europe, including World Cup stars who came for the payday. The chance to pit yourselves against the stars was a real bonus.

    No sleepless again. The curse of Enduro?

    It will be great if the rules on dirtworkers are relaxed and or there are more (a lot more) bike washes available. It really was very muddy out there for the first few laps.

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