Gravity Project – The Honey Race

Bee there or bee square! Tell them about the honey, mummy! I actually got stung by a bee the other day…yes…£10 for a jar of honey. Oh beehive! No, seriously, it stung me on my todger, I asked the Dr to remove the sting but leave the swelling!

No, but really, you owe me £20 for that honey. What honey? Never mind darling!

Sorry about that, but I couldn’t resist getting all my honey jokes out of the way. Anybody got any more?

Here’s the Gravity Project Honey Race series news.

By the way if you’re wondering why it’s called the Honey Race, organiser Graeme told me, “We have beehives on site and have our own organic honey and it’s pretty damn tasty too!”

The Gravity Project is situated in an old quarry in Lower Froyle, Hampshire.

The guys at Gravity Project say:

“It’s been around 5 months since the first Gravity Project race and since then we’ve been busy behind the scenes planning a whole series for you all.

Kicking off on March the 11th at Froyle Quarry the series will run over five months with races being held at both Froyle Quarry and Rogate.

Not only that but we’ve managed to scrape together a great collection of prizes culminating in a set of Mavic Deemax Ultimates for the overall winner!

And of course there’ll be plenty of the Gravity Projects famous Honey!

Entry for the first race is currently live on the British Cycling website:

and entry for the other races in the series will be live shortly!

Come check us out on facebook for more details:

Will the Honey Monster be racing?

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