** PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE **
Due to a change in water levels in the River Tweed, organisers have decided to change the venue for the launch photocall for TweedLove 2011 to a location in Peebles (meeting at Neidpath / Hay Lodge Park car park). See details below.
Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
BIG AIR ON THE TWEED TO LAUNCH TWEEDLOVE 2011
You are invited to send a photographer / reporter / camera crew to a photocall near Peebles in the Tweed Valley (on Tuesday 19 April 2011 at 9:45) to launch the programme for TweedLove Bike Week, in association with Endura, which runs from Saturday 11 to Sunday 19 June 2011. (For full information on the TweedLove – http://tweedlove.com/)
For a taste of the innovative and action-packed programme of events at TweedLove, two local freeride mountain bikers, Dave Mackison and Jake Hood, will launch themselves off a four-ft kicker, perform a few tricks and stunts before landing in the chilly waters of the River Tweed below.
The shots will be set against the stunning backdrop of the Tweed and hills of the dramatic Tweed Valley.
TweedLove organiser – Neil Dalgleish, from Hillside Agency – (http://www.hillsideagency.com/) – will be available for interview.
Meeting point at the large car park opposite Hay Lodge Park on Neidpath Road / A72, next to Kingsland Primary School, near to Hay Lodge Hospital.
The location on the River Tweed is a short walk from the Car Park through Hay lodge Park.
Tuesday 19 April 2011
Meet at 9:45 sharp for a 10:00 start
(RSVP: if you are attending – Paddy Cuthbert – Podge Publicity – T: 07968 699636 / E: firstname.lastname@example.org)
TWEEDLOVE BIKE WEEK
A week of bike riding and good times on and off the bike in the cycle-friendly Tweed Valley in the Scottish Borders from Saturday 11 – Sunday 19 June 2011. Tweedlove is organised by locals and showcases the best on and off road riding in the area. Loads of the events are free. Full details at: http://tweedlove.com/
The Tweed Valley is an area with hundreds of miles of the country’s best trails, tracks and roads. So it’s not surprising that in the valley there are a remarkable number of resident bike nuts, of both the mountain and road variety, to whom biking is a big part of life.
It is their enthusiasm, generous support and community spirit that makes TweedLove such a great success.
Entries are open for some events. However, full information and entry details for some events will be announced on Tuesday 19 April. To keep updated with programme information:
Sign up for email updates – http://tweedlove.com/tweedlovers/email-updates
Use Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/pages/TweedLove/138953616122719
Keep checking the TweedLove website – http://www.tweedlove.com
Many of the events in the TweedLove programme are free and open to all but some have limited availability so please get entries in now.
There’s a wide choice of accommodation in the area. For information go to: http://www.visittweedvalley.co.uk/
For TweedLove film clips go to Tweed TV – http://tweedlove.com/category/tweed-tv
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