There's tons of stuff going on at this year's Cycle Show – see our previous article for details – but one of the highlights is sure to be the Bosch eBike Systems Test Track supported by MBUK. Here, you'll be able to try out the latest mountain bikes on a 1.7km outdoor trail loop built by pro BMXer/DH racer Kye Forte. Models from the following brands will be available:

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E-bikes equipped with Bosch's latest motors and batteries will be available to sling a leg over, and you'll also be able to try out some of Genesis's gravel/adventure bikes, in case you're feeling lured towards the drop-barred dark side!

Calibre Bossnut 2020
There'll be a chance to try out bikes from Calibre – this is the new 2020 Bossnut

Test rides are free and advance booking isn't required. You'll just need to complete a registration form and supply a valid form of photo ID or a credit card (to act as a security deposit). See you there!

Don't forget, MBUK readers can get 10 per cent off entry to the Cycle Show, while subscribers can save a whopping 20 per cent.

Click here and the 10 per cent discount will be applied automatically. Subscribers, check out your exclusive Subs Zone in the magazine for details of how to get your extra discount.

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Ticket offer applies to adult advance tickets only. Closing date 12 September 2019. A transaction fee applies. On-the-door tickets cost £19.

Authors

James Costley-White is the editor of Mountain Biking UK (MBUK), the UK's best-selling mountain biking magazine, founded in 1988. James, often known as JCW, has been an avid mountain biker since 1992, during which time he's amassed a huge amount of knowledge about the sport and masses of riding experience. He can regularly be found riding the trails around Bristol and south Wales. As well as editing MBUK, JCW contributes regular product reviews and other articles to the magazine. He's a fully-qualified professional journalist, certified as a senior reporter by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) and holds a postgraduate diploma in journalism from Cardiff University's School of Journalism, Media and Culture. As well as heading up MBUK, he's worked for other cycling titles including BikeRadar.com, ChopMTB.com and Triathlon Plus magazine, along with the Bristol Post, Western Daily Press, Gloucestershire Echo and Gloucester Citizen newspapers.

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