Run & Ride Cannock Chase 2018 Summer Classic
Race Details:

After such demand during 2017 we return for 2018 with a 4 race series all taking part on Cannock Chase. Taking in the 4 seasons we'll be offering a different course and set up for every event with series prizes and medals. Enter all 4 rounds a receive a free Limited Edition T shirt.

Summer is here. Dry dusty trails, heat of the sun on your back, twisty single track, great people What's not to like hey We're ready for round 3 of the Cannock Chase MTB series... are you?

Event Details

Held as before on the popular area of Cannock Chase the event will once again be focused more towards the newbie or fun rider. The Classic events have always been about grass routes of mountain biking. Riders from 3 years old to 70 years. People who ride everyday and those that have just started. Everybody with one thing in common and that’s a love for Mountain Biking.

The course is traditional mountain biking with everything from short and sharp climbs, single track descents and fire road blasts. We aim for a course which 100% ride-able therefore where we have a technical section we will also have an easy route for those who may be not quite so confident. We often get asked what standard you need to be to ride in our events. We would say that if you up to riding the red route around Cannock Chase then you are at a suitable level. If you aren't quite at that level yet then you may find sections of our full course too difficult.

At the venue you’ll find camping facilities, fresh water, hard standing parking 100metres from the start and great view points for spectators. We’ll also have caterers and trade stands along.

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