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Bosch eMTB Challenge supported by Trek

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Saturday 17th September 2022

Entries Open
Wednesday 16th February 2022 at 19:00
Entries Close
Sunday 11th September 2022
Entry Fees


Hillside Outside
01721 588050

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You can look forward to a variety of great trails in the forest, and an impressive scenic backdrop. On average, you’ll have to cover 35 kilometres and ascend around 1,000 metres. Riding technique will count of course, but so will orientation, fitness and intelligent battery management*. The stages, which offer a mix of uphill and downhill sections, are ridden against the clock without any prior training runs. In the transfer stages, the emphasis is on good orientation rather than just speed. It’s a real voyage of discovery and a lot of fun!

The trails are designed for all levels of experience, whether you are a high-end professional or a relative e-bike newbie. Just choose from the two different categories; Advanced or Amateur.

*you should comfortably be able to complete the course with 1 fully charged battery – used wisely!

What you get;

  • Fully marked route
  • Electronic timing by SI systems
  • A specially prepared lunch stop
  • Event village with food, drink (including beer tent) and expo stands galore
  • TweedLove surprise swag
  • Number Board
  • Event programme
  • Course map
  • The best course medics available
  • Safety marshals
  • On site tech support
  • Instant results service


Entry options


 In the "Amateur" category, the technical difficulty is somewhat lower so that hobby riders with some MTB experience can participate.


The “Advanced” category is intended for more experienced mountain bikers, you will be tasked with an additional, more demanding stage or two. You'll also be required to ride a larger loop – a test of both your fitness and technical skills, where smart battery management will also be essential.

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