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2 Weeks left till RideStaffs at Shugborough. Are you ready?

2 weeks to go until RideStaffs 2016, come and join the road bike party between 1st & 3rd July at Shugborough hall. 
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It's nearly time! Are you ready?

There's 2 weeks to go until RideStaffs 2016, 3 days of cycling fun at Shugborough Hall. Races to watch, food & drink and if you're quick, maybe still a ride in our 68 mile sportive. Check out what you can see and do at Shugborough over the three days of the festival!

Friday
Watch the professionals race around the grounds of Shugborough in the 7th annual RideStaffs GP prsented by Specialized. Top UK teams including Raleigh, JLT Condor, NFTO and more will battle it out on a 1 mile circuit while you enjoy local food and drink to celebrate the start of the festival!
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Saturday
Tour de France on the big screen, a great selection of food and drink, sportive registration and Strider bike racing for the little ones in the daytime. Our site is open from 11am in the day, then in the evening it's the RideStaffs Kermesse presented by risual from 7pm. A big day of action and a great day out for everyone! 
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Sunday
The final day of the festival starts early for our sportive riders and there are just a handful of spots left in the 68mile sportive left now if you're thinking of joining them. For everyone else, it's a second day of Tour de France action on the screen that awaits, accompanied by more great food and drink!
Grab a final sportive spot!
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