Suzuki and the MCI will be providing world class trainers to help those new to off-roading find their feet, and after their launch to critical acclaim toward the end of last year, the Japanese firm will also be bringing along a fleet of new RM-Z250 and RM-Z450 machines for people to use across the four days.
The four ‘experience’ days, brought about by the MCI and major motorcycle manufacturers, and the AMCA, ACU and BSMA, who govern off-road motorcycle sport, will take place at Brake Hill Farm in Northampton from 13 to 16 June, 2013.
Suzuki’s Marketing Manager, George Cheeseman, said ahead of the event, “The Motorcycle Off-Road Experience is a great way for people to try their hand at riding motorcycles off-road, and we’re delighted to be supporting such a great, industry incentive.
“There are a lot of people new to riding, or existing road-riders, who have either never really given riding off-road any consideration, or have never had the opportunity to give it a go.
“But this is a great, cost effective way of sampling the delights riding motorcycles off-road can bring.”
The Motorcycle Off-Road Experience is open to anyone over the age of 16 and new to off-road riding, and for just £15 you receive a morning or an afternoon of riding, including kit hire and tuition from a world-class instructor.
Registration opens on Thursday 16 May at 9am, and for more information head to www.rideoffroad.co.uk