Novice road racers can test their skills this month in the HotChillee GoRace at the legendary Brands Hatch racing circuit.
HotChillee Start BikeRadar Live 09
HotChillee - www.HotChillee.com - is staging FIVE races at BikeRadar Live to be held Brands Hatch in Kent on the weekend of July 10th and 11th. The GoRace will be held at midday on Sunday, July 11th - the perfect warm up for the World Cup Final held later that day.
HotChillees Sven Thiele said: Were pleased to be part of such an exciting day in sport. July 11th sees the World Cup Final and the British Grand Prix, and the hour-long GoRace will be a great start to a spectacular sporting afternoon.
The GoRace is designed for cyclists new to road racing who want to test their skill and endurance. The GoRace is the ideal opportunity for new riders to be inspired by the experienced racers who are also racing at Brands Hatch. New racers can watch how its done and then to have a go themselves on the same circuit.
The conditions will be perfect at Brands Hatch. Theres 1.9km of a safe, smooth, sweeping track with one or two hills and itll be a great place for new riders to test their fitness and cycling skills.
Stephen Roche with the HotChillee Womens Team BikeRadar Live 09
BikeRadar Live is the UKs ultimate bike festival and is a great day out for the whole family. The event includes cycling demonstrations, big name cyclists and all the latest cycling gear.
The HotChillee rides at BikeRadar Live:
Saturday - July 10th
16:30 - 17:30 - 4ths C+
17:30 - 19:00 - 3rds Regional B
Super Sunday - July 11th
12:00 - 13:00 - GoRace - Open to newcomers (1 hour on the circuit)
12:00 - 13:00 - WOMEN E/1/2/3/4 Regional A
15:00 - 17:00 - E/1/2 National B
The final race will conclude with five laps of The Devil format. The last rider on each of these laps will be eliminated by The Devil and taken off the circuit and out of the race.
The HotChillee circuit races will be the key road racing event of the weekend and will carry British Cycling points. There will be prizes after the event in place of Surrey League points. All rides will be held under the technical regulations of British Cycling.