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lee Quarry - demo day On Sunday 6th March,

TowerRiderTowerRider Posts: 430
edited March 2011 in Routes
Bury Store's Demo Day
09-Feb-2011
Hope this helps at least one person.
(from Leisurelakes bikes)
On Sunday 6th March, Bury are holding a demo day at Lee Quarry for you to test all the newest bikes from Santa Cruz, Yeti, Cannondale, Orange, Specialized, Cube, Scott.
If you've been itching to get your hands and the newest bikes from the top brands for a test ride then this Bury demo day is certainly going to need to go in your diary!

On Sunday 6th March, our Bury store is holding a demo day at Lee Quarry and will start at 10am until 2:30pm, so there's plenty of time for you to have a few runs on different bikes.

Suppliers that are attending the demo day are:
Santa Cruz
Yeti
Cannondale
Scott

Whilst we will be suppling new bikes from:
Specialixed
Cube
Scott

Remeber that if you would like to ride one of these bikes, make sure and bring your photo ID Passport or Driving Licence that will be held while you are trying out the bike/s. The day will not be regimented with time slots, we will run a casual first come first serve basis and we ask anyone planning to attend to register their interest with the store before the demo day by phone (0161 797 5625), or to email Anthony or Nick click here.

Lee Quarry boasts around 8km of tough technical mountain bike trails comprising rock gardens, drop offs, tabletop jumps, challenging climbs and some of the biggest berms you will find in the UK. It also has a very popular pump track and four purpose built cycle trials areas. It doesn't matter what type of mountain bike you turn up on you will find something to challenge you. Read more about the Lee Quarry trails from their website http://adrenaline-gateway.co.uk/LeeQuarry.aspx

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  • TowerRiderTowerRider Posts: 430
    Sorry guys, no idea why this is posted here. It has ZERO to do with the route or facilities at Lee Quarry. I posted it in buying advice and general as that is where it would help people.
    Ah well maybe we should all stick to 'what saddle
    charge spoon' What tyre.... what pedals, shoes.
  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,904
    I thought it was a demonstration. With signs and slogans and chants etc.
    Disappointed.
    I don't do smileys.

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  • WhytepeakWhytepeak Posts: 2,616
    If anyone does attend this event, please pay attention to no entry signs and trail markers. A large section of trail has recently been resurfaced, and will probably be good to ride. However if it is not ready to ride yet don't ride on it, it just makes the job of maintaining the trails needlessly difficult.

    A lot of very good trail, including the techy black route will certainly be open though, as well as the original pump track. Enjoy.
    Now that we are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak and not to please ourselves. ROMANS 15:1
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