After Australia last year, the next exotic Bikers'Days will bring the luckiest ones to Malaysia on 3, 4 and 5 January 2020 ... And it's already time to register!
Phillip Island, and now Sepang! We can say that the team of Bikers'Days has taken a liking to distant travels. And that these have quickly found their audience. "Just as for Australia, we have been able to bring together the essential ingredients for the success of this new adventure," says Florian Jupsin of DG Sport.
Scheduled just after the New Year, these first Malaysian Bikers'Days will take place on January 3, 4 and 5, in the middle of winter. No risk of snow however at this time in this corner of the world. Near the equator, Malaysia has an equatorial climate characterized by a constantly high temperature (between 26 and 27 °C on average) and a high humidity all through the year. And if it rains, the precipitation is usually short and does not prevent from riding on the 5,543 km long track.
Just like the Shanghai and Bahrain circuits, the Sepang International Circuit was designed by German architect Hermann Tilke. It is very wide and modern and is characterized by its fast curves, its long straight lines and its unusual layout, with a very long straight line, connected to the pit straight by a very tight hairpin. In addition to local or regional competitions, it is used for Formula 1 and Motorcycle Grand Prix, and will host for the first time a round of the EWC World Endurance Championship. This will take place from December 13th to 15th, just days before the arrival of the Bikers'Days.
During the three track days, the riders will benefit from the impeccable and ultra-modern installations of the circuit, just as they will have the opportunity to soak up the local culture thanks to some essential tourist visits. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org - Reservations: www.bikersdays.com.