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The Ducati Riding Experience Roars To The Bahrain Circuit

There are a lot of ways to fill the motorcycle calendar. Checking off the boxes of adrenaline and exotic, a technical riding school in the desert led by Ducati brings certain biker-bragging rights.

Coming from Wheels of Arabia and the Ducati Riding Experience present DRE International, the prestigious riding school be held at the Bahrain International Circuit for the first time. On October 28th and 29th 2016, Ducati enthusiasts will have chance to enjoy theory lessons and track sessions under the constant guidance and support of professional riders and instructors.

Due to the incredible temperatures reached during the day in this particular part of the world, the classes will take place at night.

All this adds up to a unique opportunity, from flying to the Middle East and take part in one of the three courses making up the DRE International on a flood lit course at night. The three levels of the DRE International each involve theory sessions in the classroom, after which and as the sun sets, participants will take to the track on Ducatis such as the 1299 Panigale and 959 Panigale for the evening riding sessions.

Participants in the DRE International will enjoy the experience and professional insight of riders such as  Michele Pirro, official Ducati Corse MotoGP test rider, Manuel Poggiali, 125cc and 250cc World Champion and Alessandro Valia, official Ducati test rider, as well as other qualified and expert instructors making up the Ducati Riding Experience staff.

The training component of the DRE courses that will take place at the Bahrain circuit are broken up into three classes.

First, the Intro course which is designed to perfect road riding as well as would-be bikers who don’t have a motorcycle license yet. Riding the Monster 821, students will receive useful advice from expert instructors as they work towards becoming ‘legal’. There are only 8 places are available for this course.

The Track Evo course is geared towards riders who would like to be more confident when taking the corners on track. On board the Superbike 959 Panigale or 899 Panigale, participants will be able to perfect their riding technique on any surface, learning how to build speed through the corner and make the most of acceleration. There are 30 places available each day, with instructors of the caliber of Manuel Poggiali and Dario Marchetti.

Finally, the Master course which is ideal for expert riders wanting a taste of racing and hope to learn how to maximize their potential, performance and its repeatability. The instructors are Michele Pirro and Alessandro Valia and there are 6 places available each day on the Ducati 1299 Panigale.

As readers can imagine, the different classes have a limited number of slots available. To register, or request information both start with an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. More information updates associated with this special event in the Middle East can be found online and on Ducati’s facebook page.

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