Three-part Adventure Training Series Launches Jan/Feb 2016

KTM Press Release


Launching in conjunction with the KTM Australia Adventure Rallye, KTM Australia is happy to announce a three-part KTM Adventure Training Series is now available for orange riders this January and February 2016.

The perfect chance to learn the skills of Adventure riding, the series will offer riders everything they need to know from rider skills and bike setup to GPS navigation training.

And who better to teach this essential knowledge then enduro-legend Chris Birch and adventure guru Nick Selleck.

Chris Birch is a household name when it comes to hard-enduro, as well as getting up to unbelievable antics on his 1190 Adventure R.

Nick Selleck has a vast expanse of knowledge from running large-scale Adventure rides – along with his wife Trudi – and their company Maschine. An absolute GPS wizard, Nick has years of adventure riding under his belt.

Open to Orange Adventure Riders with the following eligible KTM bikes: 640, 690, 950, 990, 1050, 1190, 1190R and 1290 SA models.

The KTM Adventure Training Series will offer riders the rare and unique opportunity of learning adventure riding skills from a dynamic duo the likes of Chris and Nick.

We also want to give riders the full adventure experience, so for $695.00 per rider, each Training Series course will include two full days coaching, lunch both days, dinner Saturday night, breakfast Sunday morning, twin-share accommodation and a KTM goody bag. Space is limited to 30 riders per course.

The three-part KTM Adventure Training Series will be:

» QUEENSLAND (Woodford) – Friday, January 22nd & Saturday, January 23rd

» NEW SOUTH WALES (Bowral) – Friday, January 29th & Saturday, January 30th

» VICTORIA (Dixons Creek) – Friday, February 5th & Saturday, February 6th The KTM Adventure Training Series is the perfect chance to prepare for the KTM Australia Adventure Rallye or learn new skills to embark on your own adventure.

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