Ride off road for £30!

Author: Oli Rushby Posted: 18 May 2015

Try off-roading for £30!

Ever fancied trying your hand at riding off road? Now is your chance! A selection of manufacturers in the Motorcycle Industry Association have clubbed together to offer an affordable, off-road experience set to take place this summer.

Yamaha, KTM, Kawasaki, Honda and Suzuki are all signed-up for the fourth year of the MCIA’s Motorcycle Off-Road Experience, in which you can try-out off-road riding for just £30.

This year’s event will take place at Upavon in Wiltshire and there has been some top talent enlisted to get you on two wheels dirt-style! Honda will be bringing 3x World Motocross Champion Dave Thorpe, Suzuki have ex British Champion and manager of the Suzuki UK Motorcross Team Neil Price, Enduro and supermoto champion Ady Smith will lead KTM’s tuition, seven times Dakar competitor Mick Extance will lead the Kawasaki crew and the top blokes from Yamaha’s off-road school will also be present.

Bikes and kit will all be included in the cost making this a real bargain for any thrill-seeker.

Bike Social’s Michael Mann gave it a try last year, he said: “It’s all over too soon but it’s excellent value for money and of course the manufacturers and MCIA want to leave you wanting more!” Read his full review of the day here.

Just 400 spaces are available across the three days, so hurry quick to register for yours at www.rideoffroad.co.uk, or check out the dedicated Facebook page. 


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