After the success of our previous events, we’re teaming up with Pedal and Spoke and Haibike UK again for a weekend of Fully Charged electric mountain biking in the Surrey Hills, only a short hop from central London.
Whether you are a beginner looking to experience an e-bike for the first time, or a pro looking to try out your next ride, come and experience the awesome eMTB range for FREE on the trails.
We’ll be running three guided rides on Saturday 16th September and the same on Sunday 17th. Each ride will have 12 rider slots, so please make sure that you book early to avoid disappointment!
Learn from the experts. The Fully Charged and Pedal and Spoke teams will be on hand for the day to provide advice and tips.
Discover eBikes in a relaxing environment. Away from the distraction of city traffic is the perfect way to explore electric bikes. Peaslake offers people of all experience levels the chance to ride eBikes in comfort and safety.
Interested? For more information and to register for your ride, see HERE.
What are the timings? We will be there from 09.30 – 16.00 both days – with guided rides rides at 10.00 – 11.30, 12.00-13.30 and 14.00 – 15.30. Please register your prefered riding time – and turn up at least 15 minutes before your ride.
How to get there? Follow your satnav to GU5 9RR, or Google “Pedal and Spoke”. There’s a map included on the event page.
Can you park at the venue? There is plenty of parking available on a first-come, first-served basis. Early birds will be able to park close to the shop, but there’s also another two car parks within a short walk/ride.
What to bring? If you haven’t got mountain-biking gear, don’t worry! Wear suitable clothes for getting muddy and bring a helmet if you have one (we will have a handful to borrow on the day).
Got your own bike? No need to book a slot, you’re very welcome to join in one of the guided rides and we would love to have you along – but please do get in touch (email@example.com) to let us know you’re coming!
We look forward to seeing you there!
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