Nevis Range and Trek renew commercial partnership for 2020/21

NO F31 Nevis Range mountain biker

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Nevis Range Mountain Experience, host venue for the multi award-winning UK round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, has announced its successful partnership with Trek Bikes will be extended for another year.

The Fort William-based mountain resort re-opened earlier this month after the Covid-19 outbreak forced its closure over the past months.

Chris O’Brien, Nevis Range’s chief executive officer, said: ‘Bike season ticket sales and uplift day tickets are selling well, so here’s hoping for a fantastic, if shorter, summer season.

‘Whilst we don’t yet know what racing may look like over the coming months, we know that despite everything there will be more people riding our trails than ever before and I thank Trek for its continued support.’

Photograph: Nevis Range.
NO F31 Nevis Range mountain biker