Sports & Leisure
Motor bike riding event
On Saturday, 2 June, TheHagueOnLine Social Club is organising a Motor Bike Riding event in collaboration with Motor Houtrust (an exclusive BMW Motor cycle dealer) and riding school Bas van de Ruit, Wassenaar. This event is suitable for both novice and experienced motor bikers. It is completely gratis and includes instruction, bikes, jackets as well as helmets.
Have you ever wanted to experience the thrill of riding a BMW motorcycle then don't miss this event. Everyone is welcome (minimum age 21) with or without a valid motorbike license.
During the afternoon there will be two types of sessions. The "Try the motorbike" supervised sessions with an instructor for those without a motorbike license or for those who have not ridden a bike for a long time. You can have your first experience with riding a motorbike or rediscover the motorbike after many years. You don't need to worry about jackets and helmets as they will be provided. These sessions are available at 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00.
More experienced riders can reserve a "Guided demo ride" on various types of BMW motorcycles, from single cylinder G 650 GS to 6-cylinder K 1600 GTL and from motor scooter (if available) to super sport S 1000 RR.
If you are interested in purchasing a bike then the staff of Motor Houtrust will be more than happy to discuss their Diplomatic Privilege Program and their attractive BMW financing offers. Occasional bikers maybe interested in their bike rental program.
Also, you can browse through the latest BMW riding gear in Holland's largest BMW Motor cycle clothing shop or have a chat with other motor bike enthusiasts whilst enjoying a drink and a snack
To make reservations for either a "Guided demo ride" BMW motorbike or a "Try the motorbike" session, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Saturday 2 June 2012 ~ 12:00 - 17:00
Where: Motor Houtrust, Rhone 36, 2491 AP The Hague (Forepark)
For more information about Motor Houtrust go to www.motorhoutrust.nl
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