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New Cycling Track Days

New Cycling Track Days - News

As cycling becomes more popular but the roads become more dangerous, its becoming more and more sensible to run some cycling events on race circuits.

Cycling track days are a great way of providing a safe cycling location but also having a perfect surface so all you have to worry about is running out of puff. Having this perfect cycling surface twinned with chicanes and famous corners brings a great mix of velodrome style smoothness and road racing experiences together to make these events unmissable for you cycling nuts.
The 100 Mile Cycling Challenge at Oulton Park is a 100 mile cycling race that is suitable for solo riders, pairs or teams of up to four!


The event will be held at Oulton Park Racing Circuit, Little Budworth, Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 9BW.

Registration 0730 - 1030

Riders briefing 1030 - 1100

Race 1100 - 1700

Presentation 1700 - 1730

There will be the usual track side facilities there throughout the day including restaurant, toilets and first aid facilities.

10 July 2015
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