Mountain Mayhem 2019 Sponsors Announced

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Mountain Mayhem, the longest running 24hr mountain bike endurance event in the world, has today announced their sponsors for 2019, to be held at the magnificent Marston Lodge in rural Northamptonshire on 21st, 22nd and 23rd June.

The sponsors are:

  • Cycle Surgery – Official Retail Sponsor
  • Continental – Official Tyre Sponsor
  • Fibrax – Official Brake Pads and Components Sponsor Nite Rider – Official Lighting Sponsor
  • Osprey – Official Packs and Hydration Sponsor
  • WD40 – Official Bike Wash and Lube Sponsor
  • Cuda – Official Kids Bike Sponsor
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It is the first time that Cycle Surgery have been involved with the iconic event in its 20 year history:

“We are delighted that Cycle Surgery are joining us for the first time ever at Mayhem this year. We’re sure that when the riders find out they will be over the moon as well!”

Andrew Wood, Senior Marketing Manager at Cycle Surgery commented:

“Mountain Mayhem is probably the most loved of all the 24hr mountain bike endurance events in the UK. We are looking forward to meeting all the riders and being there to offer them expert advice and a hand if they need a pit stop in our Cycle Surgery workshop area. On top of that we’ll have with us a selection of great brands and products on special offer at the Cycle Surgery domes in the retail space.”

Over the coming weeks each sponsor will be revealing what activities and special offers they will be presenting at the 21st annual Mountain Mayhem 24hr mountain bike endurance event.

“Our sponsors are very supportive of the event and our riders. They are as excited as we are to be showcasing at our new Mountain Mayhem home, Marston Lodge” said Jill Greenfield, owner and organiser of the long running prestigious event.

Other notable brands at the event include Forme, Joe’s No Flats, Jagwire, Kenda, KTM, Magura and Schwalbe alongside a plethora of other traders.


Tickets for Mountain Mayhem are on sale now.

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Hannah Dobson

Hannah came to Singletrack having decided there must be more to life than meetings. Having worked in policy and project management roles at the Scottish Parliament and in local government, Hannah had organisational skills that SIngletrack needed. She also likes bikes, and likes to write.

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