BMW put on more GS off-road training courses to satisfy demand
Due to strong demand, BMW Motorrad has added three additional course dates to the 2016 Off-Road Training program.
The three Level 1 courses are open to BMW GS owners, as well as other riders interested in adventure motorcycles.
For New South Wales riders, two courses are available; the first based in Dargle (West Sydney) on August 15-16, and the second during the Motorworld event at Sydney Motorsport Park, held on December 2-3.
In Victoria, the additional course is being held at Myrtleford, near Bright, on October 29-30.
During the two-day course, participants work with BMW Motorrad experts to cover fundamental off-road riding techniques, helping them progress from novice to advanced riders.
The two-day Level 1 course is priced at $695 and includes lunch, refreshments and a commemorative T-shirt.
For over ten years, BMW Motorrad’s adventure bike training courses have set the benchmark in this field. In that time, over 1000 riders have increased their skill and confidence levels and have been able to gain even more pleasure from their GS motorcycles.
All courses have a strong emphasis on enjoyment and achievement, with smiles ever-present behind the helmets.
BMW Motorrad Australia general manager, Andreas Lundgren, who has taken part in the training himself, encourages riders who are looking to improve their off-road riding confidence to get involved and have a great time.
“BMW Off-Road Training is the perfect way to increase your confidence, improve your skill set and take your adventure riding to the next level. It’s great to see such high demand for these courses and we are happy to add these extra dates as a result,” Lundgren said.
On top of the three new events, there are still limited spaces available at selected Level 1 and 2 courses in NSW, Victoria and Western Australia.
For more information please visit the website: bmwmotorrad.com.au/OffRoadTraining