Bikers' Days A royal program for the Bikers’Days in 2022
The DG Sport team has reached the end of its 2021 program but there is no question of taking a rest for the XXL-organizer based in Theux ! The last few days have served to complete the 2022 Bikers’Days schedule, which promises to be bigger than ever. Fans of track riding in optimal safety conditions can rest assured, with a program that features the best European tracks, in addition to the Florida meeting at the Laguna Seca track, which had been the subject of a postponement !
For fans of corners, the tracks frequented by the stars of MotoGP remain an opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the greats. And on that area DG Sport is doing a good job with, in chronological order, Catalunya-Barcelona, Motorland Aragon, Misano, Le Mans, Mugello, Assen and Valencia ! Who does better ?
An impressive list to which we must of course add our national Spa-Francorchamps circuit – for a total of 8 days ! -, and the Circuit Jules Tacheny in Mettet – 4 days ! In addition to Laguna Seca and its famous Corkscrew to end the season mid-November.
« Such a program can be set up thanks to the privileged contacts that we have had for many years with the tracks, and the climate of confidence that results from it,” explains Florian Jupsin. With such a line-up, everyone can find what he or she is looking for, as with us, participants evolve in series in line with their level of experience. The key to making sure you don’t miss anything is to go to the official website www.bikersdays.com to learn all the details, and especially the motorcycle transport facilities for certain meetings. It goes without saying that this calendar has been drawn up in order to give the best possible chances of driving in pleasant to very good weather. This is how Barcelona, Aragon and Misano are planned in the spring, and Valencia in the offseason. The DNA of the Bikers’Days is fun above everything else, whether on or off the track. Regulars can confirm this, and as for the others, they can discover it now … »
So, do we get you and your machine on board ?