Not this weekend but next – Where are you riding?
BIG BIKE BASH
I want everyone on the south coast to come along and make this a truly great weekend. Come on guys, let's own this festival.
This is a charity event. The difference is we have not just races and rides we have lake jumps and bike limbo too. One ticket covers the whole weekend including two nights camping, the beer festival and the music festival.
Check out http://www.bigbikebash.co.uk to buy tickets.Posted 8 years agogusamcMember
I assume you're aware of this
there are a couple of chalets – maybe this will tempt non campersPosted 8 years ago
Seems a bit dear to me
familes with teenage kids seems high £120 if 2 adults and 2 teenagers race?? plus getting there and eating…
why have a spectator price and only allow them in at same time as an adult racing – not really encouraging people with an interest in bikes who don't want to race
lower prices might have had more people and more money (have to make a profit before anything goes to charity)
doing uplift day next we – pretty good valuePosted 8 years ago
That £120 wouldn;t buy you many music festival tickets or any adventure weekends. We are giving you a whole weekend of live music, lots of activities on site that are not biking related. A beer festival. Free camping tonnes and tonnes of prizes…….
Plus if you are a family of 4 with 1 racer it only cost you £70 which is pretty bloody cheap considering the cost of camping in the New Forest….Posted 8 years ago
kids under 12 are virtually free and I hope there's a big profit
£20 for teenagers seems a bit of a jump as should be encouraging this age group more into racing and joining in – mixed bag of races so not sure people will stump up to race and reckon only 15% of mtbs regulary enter races
would agree if only one racer it's good value for WE of entertainment at £70 – some afternoon visits to tourist attractions cost £45 to £50 just to get inPosted 8 years ago
The final list is still under construction, but they will be from surrounding counties, so Hampshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, and Dorset. If you have any requests email me today and we'll see what we can do, as long as there localish.Posted 8 years ago
Cider will also be localish
It's our annual group ride/bbq around the Derbyshire Dales/White Peak on Saturday, although not sure of the route.
There's probably going to be around 15-20 riders of varying abilities, who make an appearance on rides at some point over the year, but it's basically two groups that come together for a sociable ride.
One of the riders (a mates dad) and his mrs set up a marquee in the local pub beer garden, where they have a big stone bbq and all the wives/GF's turn up for an afternoon of food, beer and socialising.Posted 8 years ago
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