Motorrad Central Scotland and Off Road Skills have teamed up for the inaugural Motorrad Central Extreme Challenge weekend at the famous Knockhill Race Circuit in Scotland on the 27th/28th August.
With the complete Off Road Skills fleet being taken to Scotland for the first time, you can join in the Off-Road Adventure Simon and the rest of the team on what is going to be a fantastic biking weekend.
Don’t worry if you haven’t ridden off-road before either, there will be beginner, intermediate and expert levels along with a choice of BMW models including the R 1200 GS, F 800 GS, F 650 GS and G 650 X.
Simon said: “I’m very excited to be involved in the Extreme Event in partnership with Motorrad Central Scotland this August. It’s a great opportunity to bring a variety of different motorcyclists into one environment. We will have opportunities for people to ride off road, to ride the track and to ride some beautiful Scottish roads all in one weekend. What’s more it should be a great social event, which after all is the best part of the motorcycling world.”
Off Road Skills aren’t the only the nipple pokies galleries only attractions either, the track will be open to use on personal bikes, as well as the acclaimed S 1000 RR and the revolutionary K 1600 GT/GTL models. Also present will be BMW stunt rider Mattie Griffin, endurance racing legend Terry Rymer.
Extreme GS Challenge Cup
The Off-Road Motorrad Challenge is designed for motorcycling enthusiasts who want the most out of their GS experience. Challenge yourself beyond everyday motorcycling with Simon Pavey’s team of instructors who are on-hand to guide you through each stage of the competition using their own off-road fleet.
S 1000 RR Race Track Event
Experience the thrill of the powerful BMW S 1000 RR Supersport with tuition from BSB and TT Champions around the famous Knockhill Racing Circuit.* Or why not take a track experience on your own motorcycle with Novice, Intermediate and Expert sessions available.
The weekend is set to be a fantastic biking event with plenty to do and enjoy. For more information or to book your place call Motorrad Central Scotland on 0131 654 2777 or 0141 762 3443.
Originally Posted on May 27th, 2011