‘Early bird’ tickets on sale now for Fort William Mountain Bike World Cup

 

Tickets are now on sale for one of the greatest mountain biking events on the planet - the
multi-award winning Fort William leg of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.
Taking place on 7-8 June 2014, the Fort William event boasts 300 of the world’s best riders
from 25 nations and is one of the biggest gatherings of British world title holders of any
single sport. It is also regarded as the best event of its kind anywhere on the globe with a
record breaking nine awards for UCI Best Downhill World Cup in its illustrious 12-year
history.
From today, mountain bike fans, families and those who want to experience one of the most
exhilarating events to come to Scotland next year can save up to 17% on ticket prices
thanks to some fantastic ‘early bird’ offers (ends 31 December). Prices start at just £14 for
adults and £8 for children aged 6-17 years. Family packages are also available from £36. All
can be purchased at www.fortwilliamworldcup.co.uk.
Last year, around 20,000 fans basked in glorious sunshine along the most physically and
technically demanding downhill course in the world, to witness British riders take home three
of the four titles up for grabs. Brother and sister duo Gee and Rachel Atherton took the
honours in the main downhill competitions with Rachel subsequently going onto to be
crowned the overall World Cup winner and World Champion. Katy Curd won the Women’s
4X Pro Series event on the Saturday night.
Mike Jardine, from event organisers Rare Management, said: “Fort William is considered as
one of the best mountain biking events in the world and it gets its reputation from the
incredible course and the amazing fans that flock to the Highlands every year.
“Scotland has some very high profile sporting events next year, but if you want to get up
close to British winners and experience pure guts and excitement, then this is one not to be
missed.”
The World Cup Village will have the ever-popular Tech Area where fans can catch up with
the riders for photographs and autographs as well as getting a behind the scenes view of the
stars preparing to race.
The Expo area will be packed with an array of bike manufacturers, bike-wear brands and
team sponsors alongside demonstrations and displays to keep everyone entertained. Mouthwatering
action will also take place away from the track with a huge selection of food and
drink to fuel the crowds.

Tickets are now on sale for one of the greatest mountain biking events on the planet - themulti-award winning Fort William leg of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.

Taking place on 7-8 June 2014, the Fort William event boasts 300 of the world’s best ridersfrom 25 nations and is one of the biggest gatherings of British world title holders of anysingle sport. It is also regarded as the best event of its kind anywhere on the globe with arecord breaking nine awards for UCI Best Downhill World Cup in its illustrious 12-year history.

From today, mountain bike fans, families and those who want to experience one of the mostexhilarating events to come to Scotland next year can save up to 17% on ticket pricesthanks to some fantastic ‘early bird’ offers (ends 31 December). Prices start at just £14 foradults and £8 for children aged 6-17 years. Family packages are also available from £36. Allcan be purchased at www.fortwilliamworldcup.co.uk.

Last year, around 20,000 fans basked in glorious sunshine along the most physically andtechnically demanding downhill course in the world, to witness British riders take home threeof the four titles up for grabs. Brother and sister duo Gee and Rachel Atherton took thehonours in the main downhill competitions with Rachel subsequently going onto to becrowned the overall World Cup winner and World Champion. Katy Curd won the Women’s4X Pro Series event on the Saturday night.

Mike Jardine, from event organisers Rare Management, said: “Fort William is considered asone of the best mountain biking events in the world and it gets its reputation from theincredible course and the amazing fans that flock to the Highlands every year.

“Scotland has some very high profile sporting events next year, but if you want to get upclose to British winners and experience pure guts and excitement, then this is one not to bemissed.”

The World Cup Village will have the ever-popular Tech Area where fans can catch up withthe riders for photographs and autographs as well as getting a behind the scenes view of thestars preparing to race.

The Expo area will be packed with an array of bike manufacturers, bike-wear brands andteam sponsors alongside demonstrations and displays to keep everyone entertained. Mouthwateringaction will also take place away from the track with a huge selection of food anddrink to fuel the crowds.

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