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Cytech partner Activate Cycle Academy to exhibit at GT Malverns Classic Mountain Bike Festival 2024

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CytechCytech training provider Activate Cycle Academy is to exhibit at the GT Malverns Classic Mountain Bike Festival 2024, an event often described as the “Glastonbury of mountain biking.” The event - the UK’s largest mountain bike festival - takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend (22nd - 25th August), at Eastnor Deer Park, Herefordshire.

The Malverns Classic prides itself on creating a hugely enjoyable and safe, family friendly cycling festival where music, entertainment, family activities and creativity collide to produce unmeasurable memories that capture the hearts and minds of all attendees. Last year, over 22,500 people attended this amazing event over the weekend!

ACAIt’s the Activate Cycle Academy team’s first year exhibiting at this iconic event, and they will be on Stand A5 in the Expo Village, offering information on all Cytech courses, tips and tricks on how to maintain your bike, plus full details about its industry-leading bike mechanics apprenticeship programme and how to start a successful career within the cycle industry.

MalvernsIn addition, at the festival, there will be racing for all ages and abilities across all disciplines, from Balance Bike Championships (for 2–5-year-olds), cross country racing, downhilling and the British Cycling 4X and Dual Slalom National Championships. You can bring your own bike and ride, as all courses are open to all festival attendees, even if you decide not to compete.

Full details about the GT Malverns MTB Festival can be found at malvernsclassic.com

Alongside the festival Cytech are offering £50 off their Theory one course with the code ‘PROMO’. The course can be completed online and in your own time, preceding the Technical one practical course and the two together combine to give you the full Cytech Technical one qualification. For more information head over to the Theory one website: cytechtheoryone.co.uk and to access the discount just use the promo code PROMO at the payment review page. Offer expires 31/08/2024.

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