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The Italian Motorcycle Dream (2018)

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The Ducati Riding Experience is at Mugello or Misano World Moto Gp Circuits.
FINAL DATES WILL BE PUBLISHED AT THE END OF JANUARY 2018, WHEN DUCATI WILL ANNOUNCE THE 2018 CALENDAR OF THE DRE.

Dates: May / June, 2018

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This is a terrific experience which includes 6 riding days and 1 day course at Mugello or Misano World MotoGP Circuit riding the new 959 Panigale with Ducati Racing Instructors!
You must have track experience to do the ADVANCED COURSES (5 Sessions on the track.)

Arrive in Roma, get your touring motorcycle and then spend 6 fantastic riding days along the twisty roads in the heart of Italy, and one free day in the beautiful medieval town of Orvieto, which allows you to really take a moment after the track day intensity and recharge in a real Italian wine country town!

The endless curves, the historic small towns, the high mountain passes, the quaint little hotels, the food and wine. Yes. This is Italy! A visit to the Ducati Museum and Factory is a must. Then join Ducati Riding Experience for 1 day track time on Mugello or Misano where you get the most out of your 959 Panigale, it’s pure adrenaline for track enthusiasts with a big heart and a great right hand! The passion of Italy is what makes this tour sexy. The food, the cars, the motorcycles, the people are all made with a passion for life.

The Ducati supplied Panigale is wonderful on the track, it just carves turns with such ease and confidence. This year we also extended the tour by one day to have a ride in the Chianti region and a visit of Siena. The rest day in Orvieto allows you to really take a moment after the track day intensity and recharge in a real Italian wine country town.

This fabulous tour starts and ends in the beautiful, Eternal City of Roma.

THE DUCATI RIDING EXPERIENCE

On this tour you take part in the Ducati Riding Experience at Mugello or Misano World Circuits. How else could we get something as pure Italian as riding a Panigale on an Italian MotoGP track. It’s more than that. Ducati brings out celebrity riders. It’s kind of cool to get passed by Carlos Checa or to have Andrew Pitt give you tips on your braking technique. The whole event is very polished, very organized, very well photographed and very Ducati. If you have no track experience it is possible to take the Ducati Precision Course during the day to build up your skills and then go out for some laps on the track at the end of your training.

Itinery:
Day 1: Welcome to Rome
Day 2: Roma to Siena (278 Km / 173 miles)
Day 3: Siena to Siena - Chianti Loop - (157 Km / 98 miles)
Day 4: Siena to Borgo Panigale (295 km / 183 miles)
Day 5: Borgo Panigale to Mugello or Misano (241 km / 150 miles)
Day 6: TRACK DAY AT MUGELLO OR MISANO
Day 7:Mugello or Misano to Orvieto (264 km – 164 miles)
Day 8: Free day in Orvieto
Day 9:Orvieto to Roma (193 km / 120 miles)
Day 10:Departure day

Dates:
To be announced: Between May and June 2018

Prices:

Rider in shared room: 4760€
Upgrade for Single Room: 490€
Couple: 7660€

Included:

  • Ducati Riding Experience at MUGELLO or MISANO WORLD MOTOGP CIRCUIT.
  • Accomodation: 2 nights including breakfast in 4-star hotels in Roma, and 7 nights including breakfast in 4-star hotels in the towns where we will stop during the tour.
  • Welcome and farewell dinners in Roma.
  • Transfer from and to the airport.
  • Italian and American tour leader.
  • Courtesy Van to pick up and leave the bikes.
  • Support van driven by Enrico’s assistant. The van will be carrying a tool-kit for small repairs. You’ll be able to leave your cases (1 suitcase + 1 handbag per person) in the van, as well as any souvenirs you pick up along the way. The van also has a couple of seats that passengers might like to use if they feel they need a little rest from the bikes!
  • A detailed Road-book with all the information you’ll need and the “Wordless Travel Book”.
  • Insurance covering most any medical issue during the trip including, doctors, ambulance, hospital and any appropriate family travel.

Not included:

  • Fuel.
  • Tolls on highways.
  • Entrance fees to museums or other sites, except for the Ferrari and Ducati Museums.
  • Gratuities and tips.
  • All meals except for the welcome and farewell dinners.
  • All beverages.
  • Flights to and from Roma.
  • Motorcycle Rental