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Ducati Announces 2nd Edition Of DRE Off-Road Days

The event follows in the footsteps of a similar one held last year in Delhi which received a good response from Ducati owners

Ducati Announces 2nd Edition Of DRE Off-Road Days
Ducati Announces 2nd Edition Of DRE Off-Road Days
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2019-01-23T16:47:11+05:30

Ducati has announced the second edition of its popular DRE Off-Road Days. The first edition was held last year and had received a good response from participants. Although just a day’s exercise, the event is a great way to learn the basics of taking a motorcycle off the road. Riding on looser surface is completely different from riding on tarmac as traction is hard to come by. Ducati’s DRE Off-Road Days features experienced trainers and a variety of surface simulations to help enhance a participant’s off-roading skills. For owners of Ducati bikes like the Multistrada, the Scrambler and the Hypermotard, this events presents a great opportunity to explore the full potential of their motorcycles. For Ducati, the DRE events are a great way to build a valuable relationship with their customers and also showcase the prowess of their bikes. And talking of offroad prowess, we'll be riding the updated Ducati Multistrada 950 later this month and can't wait to see what's in store!

However, Ducati has said the event is open to non-Ducati owners as well. While Ducati owners will need to pay Rs 9,800 for the event, non-Ducati owners will need to cough up Rs 19,900. Although the latter might sound steep, note that Ducati will be providing a motorcycle from their stables as part of the package. The charges include the DRE trainer’s fee, breakfast, lunch and evening refreshments, medical support and DRE certification. While the previous event was conducted under the watchful eyes of Vijay Parmar, who is a Ducati Certified Trainer and the founder of Raid De Himalaya, this edition will be manned by Anand Dharmaraj, who is a DRE-certified instructor as well. The second edition of DRE Off-Road Days will be held on February 16 and 17 at Bannerghatta, Bengaluru.


For the full statement from Ducati on the upcoming event, refer to the press release below:

DRE Off-Road Days second edition announced

To be held at Bannerghatta, Bangalore
 
  • Ducati India announced the second edition Ducati Riding Experience - Off Road Days in India from 16th and 17th of February 2019
  • The DRE Off-Road Days are open for Ducati as well as and Non-Ducati owners
  • Certified DRE instructor Anand Dharmaraj and his team will lead the riding experience
  • For more information, visit our official site.
New Delhi, 18th January 2019: After the grand success of the very first DRE off road days in India organized last year, Ducati India today announced its second edition of DRE Off-Road Days. The riding experience is spread over two days on 16th and 17th of February and will take place at Bannerghatta, Bangalore.

This Ducati Riding Experience is open for Ducati owners and Non-Ducati riders. Ducati owners of the Scrambler, Multistrada and Hypermotard range can get their slots reserved for INR 9,800 and use their own bikes for this event. For Non-Ducati riders, registrations are open for INR 19,900 which also includes a motorcycle for the training provided by Ducati India. DRE Off-Road Days would be open for all motorcycle enthusiasts who are eager to develop the off-road riding skills.

Each riding slot includes training under the supervision of a DRE trainer, breakfast, lunch and evening refreshments, DRE certification and medical support.

The training course will enhance the skills of riders through activities such as body position/standing vs sitting, slalom, balance beam, riding on slopes, emergency braking etc.

Sergi Canovas, Managing Director of Ducati India said, “The first edition of DRE Off-Road Days was a huge success and witnessed the thrill for riding and passion to learn something new among the participants. At Ducati we are not only looking to sell class leading motorcycles but also further develop the riding skills of each and every rider through DRE programs across track, off road and road” I am also extremely happy with the support shown to Ducati by the rider community here in India, and in fact our first Dream tour for 2019 to Rajasthan is now sold out.”


Source: zigwheels.com

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