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Whyte & Wilier Demo Day

19th August 2016

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Whyte & Wilier Demo Day - Haldon Forest
 
Saturday 10th September - 09:30am until 4:00pm
 
 
 
Whyte Demo Day

Join us as we team up with ATB Sales at Haldon Forest Park to try out some of Whyte's 2017 range of mountain bikes.

Also available will be a range of road bikes from Wilier.

If you have a specific bike that you'd like to test ride then we urge you to book to help avoid disappointment. However booking is not essential, you can just turn up and ride, so long as you bring along some photographic ID (driving licence or passport). There will be a huge range of bikes there from size XS to XXL.

 
Venue
Haldon Forest Park, Kennford, Exeter, Devon EX6 7XR.
 
 
When?
Saturday 10th September 2016
09:30am - 4:00pm
 
 
 
This should include the following models. However, as we're early in the 2017 season, there's a possibility for change, which means some of the below models may not be available. It also means it's possible that others will be added.
 
WHYTE MTB
 
Bike Sizes Available
901 All Sizes except Medium
T129 RS M / L / XL
T130 S S / M / L
T130 Carbon Works L / XL
T130 Carbon RS M
G160 S S / M and possibly L
G160 RS M
 
WILIER ROAD
 
Bike Sizes Available
GTR SL Endurance Ultegra S / M / L / XL / XXL
Cento 10 Chorus S / M / L / XL
Zero 7 Ultegra S / M
 
 
 
Call our Exeter Store on 01392 426 191 to book a slot. Or pop in to our Exeter Store to discuss.
 
 
Price
Free of course! But bring some cash as with all the riding you'll be doing, we predict you'll get hungry, and refreshments are available from the café.
 
 
Equipment
Valid photo ID and your helmet is essential.. we will not let you ride without them.
 
It is advised you bring your own pedals, we will bring a few, and ATB will supply some, but there may not be enough for all the bikes at once, so bringing your own will help to avoid delays. 
 
We also suggest wearing/bringing full cycling attire, shoes and all: there's no point test riding a bike in your office gear.. get out there and get the bikes dirty! That's the only way you'll know the bike is right for you.
 
 
 
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