Details Announced for Canyon Sessions 2020
10 February 2020 | By billy1979
Need something to get you through the long winter evenings? We might only be at the beginning of February but we’ve got one way to get you exciting about racing and longer, lighter days on the trails. Here at Canyon we’ve spent the last few months planning our 2020 MTB events list and we can’t wait to share it with you! Whether you kept on trucking through winter with us or you're just dusting the cobwebs off your bike- we have an event for you.
From riding with the pros to demoing bikes at the UK’s biggest MTB festivals- come and get involved. We will be hosting demo days where you will have the chance to test out our fleet, hitting up the biggest MTB events in the UK and giving you the chance to hang out with the pros. To get things underway, we kicked off the year at Revolution Bike Park last weekend with the UK [CLLCTV] riders and from this point onwards the events keep on coming.
We hope you are as excited as we are about our events for 2020, stay tuned for some exciting additions to be confirmed soon!
Check out the full events list here:
Canyon Sessions: Dublin
Canyon are hosting a road and mountain demo session at Glencullen Adventure Park just outside of Dublin.
Canyon Sessions: Belfast
Canyon is hosting a road and mountain demo session at Davagh Forest Trails, near Belfast.
Canyon Sessions: Surrey
Canyon UK is hosting road, gravel and MTB demo session in the Surrey Hills on the 18th April!
Bike Live 2020 - Cannock Chase
Demo your Dream Bikes at Cannock Chase this April as the annual Bike Live demo day at Cannock Chase returns for 2020.
London E-Bike Festivial
This event will give you the chance to test ride a huge range of e-bikes and explore the brands and bikes perfect for your next adventure. Talk to the brands and find the e-bike that’s right for you.
Ard Rock Enduro 2020
Ard Rock is the UK's premier Natural Enduro event and award winning mountain bike Mountain Bike weekend.
The Worlds Most Interesting Bike Race returns, but this time at a fresh venue. Moving from the Isle of Arran to the equally epic Macynlleth, Wales on the 25th July 2020.