Hargroves Demo Day 2015 at Croft Trail Swindon

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After the success of the 2014 Hargroves Demo Day they are back with more bikes for you to try in 2015. We’ll be there too with our famous BBQ, along with Swindon Coffee Gang.

“We are delighted that this is the fifth year that we will be holding the Hargroves Cycles MBSwindon Demo day on the 3rd May 2015 at the Croft Trail.”

Booking of bikes is done on a first come first served basis and can only be done on the day itself. Please bring a helmet, all your usual clothing, shoes, pedals(if you want to use your own) photographic id (passport or driving licence) and credit card.

Bike Brands:

  • Cannondale
  • Specialized
  • Cube
  • Scott
  • GT
  • Bianchi

Terms and Conditions

While in your possession, the bike you are riding is your responsibility. If you allow anybody else to ride the cycle, that too is your responsibility until the cycle has been returned. It is expected to get muddy and dirty, so have fun. However, it is your responsibility to pay for any damage resulting from misuse. A snapped chain or puncture is not considered to be misuse. Puncture repair facilities are available at base camp or if you are riding with a guide, they will be carrying essential tools.

Jump at Croft Trail in Swindon.

Any injury sustained when out on a bike is solely your responsibility. Hargroves Cycles Ltd, its staff or the manufacturers supplying bikes on the day, may not be held responsible.

1) You must wear a helmet at all times

2) Familiarise yourself with the bike; remember all bikes behave differently, so take your time to become familiar with the bike before tackling the course.
3) Keep both wheels in contact with the ground
4) Ask a member of staff; Hargroves Cycles staff along with bicycle manufacturer representatives are on hand to answer any questions you might have. Please let them help you set up the bike you choose to ride BEFORE you set off. This will provide a much better ride quality and also resist damaging the bike. Make sure you are riding an appropriate sized bike and don’t exceed the maximum seat height.

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