Rat Race The Crossing: one of England’s toughest mountain bike events

Posted: March 7, 2014 by kirisyko in Bike, Mountain Biking
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Rat Race The Crossing is the UK's only mountain bike expedition event

Rat Race The Crossing is the UK’s only mountain bike expedition event Rat Race

Mountain bikers, listen up. If you’re looking to step up your riding this year then why not give yourself something to aim for? The teams at Rat Race andBikeRadar are here to help with an altogether unique challenge – the UK’s only mountain bike expeditionevent.

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The Crossing is a 190-mile (310km) coast-to-coast journey from the Cumbrian coast to Scarborough. Participants will need to navigate the tracks and trails of the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors during the fully servicedevent. You’ll not only get to sample some of the UK’s best mountain biking but will also venture through jaw-dropping scenery during what’s set to be an unforgettable ride.

The Crossing takes place between 11 and 13 July, so there’s still plenty of time to get training and encourage your friends to get involved too.

BikeRadar is also giving readers a chance to save a whopping 15 percent off the entry fee. So what are you waiting for? Visit the Rat Race Crossing site and use voucher code BRTC15 to unlock your 15 percent discount. For more details on the event go to the Rat Race website.

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see more:http://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/news/article/rat-race-the-crossing-one-of-englands-toughest-mountain-bike-events-40261/

  1. […] Rat Race The Crossing: one of England’s toughest mountain bike events […]

  2. Hans says:

    Fabulous. That was very insightful. Simply needed to say thanks…
    Getting excited about your next good article.

    ( Please post faster ha-ha)

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