Cobble Wobble by Milltag

Milltag have released a jersey ahead of the Cobble Wobble, see more below.

“Sunday 25th September 2011 sees the Somerset town of Frome host the third annual Cobble Wobble, with the winner set to be crowned the Charge Bikes King of the Cobbles.

The 179 yard hill climb sprint on Catherine Hill in the centre of the town is organised by Andrew Denham and supported by Charge Bikes, Red Bull the Frome Town Council and ourselves!

You can now pre-order the official Cobble Wobble jersey (the first pre-order ends 17th September 2011).

Check out the Cobble Wobble website for more information about the event, including details of the special Cobble Wobble Ale produced by local Milk Street Brewery, that will be served at the finish line!”

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