- The two-day event will be supervised by BMW certified trainers
- Will be conducted across 11 cities in India
- Day one will be exclusive for GS owners while day two will be open to motorcycling enthusiasts to experience the entire GS line-up
It is an all too common scenario wherein owners of adventure motorcycles are unaware of the capabilities their motorcycles possess. In order to change this situation, BMW Motorrad will be conducting it’s first-ever GS Experience in India. The event has been designed for existing GS owners and motorcycling enthusiasts to experience the entire GS range and understand the capabilities of the motorcycles in their natural habitat.
The GS Experience will comprise of a training session that has been specifically designed for adventure motorcyclists. Each session will include a briefing given by a certified BMW Motorrad trainer who will explain to the riders the different settings available on the GS motorcycles. Each theory session will be followed by a practical session where riders will receive riding experience on a combination of asphalt and off-road conditions under expert supervision.
Day one of the event has been organised exclusively for GS owners (800cc+) who will receive a complete Level 1 BMW Motorrad off-road training. The participants will be made to familiarise themselves with their motorcycle, understanding of correct rider position, enduro-style steering along with other exercises like emergency braking and riding on inclines.
Day two of the event will be open for motorcycling enthusiasts to experience the GS motorcycles. According to BMW Motorrad, the event will be a celebration of the spirit of the BMW GS motorcycle, bringing together the elements of leisure, adventure and challenge that GS engenders. BMW Motorrad will be having its entire line up consisting of the G 310 GS, F 750 GS, F 850 GS, R 1250 GS and R 1250 GSA at hand for the participants.
The two-day GS Experience event will be conducted across 11 cities in India that include Chandigarh, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Kochi, Chennai, Bengaluru and Coimbatore.