Ducati Riding Experience Bahrain
For the first time, Italian superbike company Ducati is bringing its innovative and instructive riding skills school to the Bahrain International Circuit.
For the first time, Italian superbike company Ducati is bringing its innovative and instructive riding skills school to the Bahrain International Circuit. This means that on October 28 and 29 Ducati fans can get both theory and on-track instruction from a host of pro riders and get the chance to try out a more potent two-wheeler than the one they usually ride.
Instructors signed up to the event include Michele Pirro, official Ducati Corse MotoGP test rider and Manuel Poggiali, 125cc and 250cc World Champion. Meanwhile bikes that will there to test include the 1299 Panigale. The course is broken down into elements suitable for novices – including those yet to obtain a motorcycle license – right up to those edging towards pro track status.
However, places are limited. For example only six riders a day will be able to savor the Master course which is for riders that want to hone existing racing capabilities, while the track evo course, which helps those master cornering at speed and riding on different surfaces, has 30 openings per day.