BMW Motorrad Australia has opened bookings for its 2016 BMW GS Safari, rolling out of the Gold Coast, November 6-11.
Spokesperson for BMW Motorrad Australia, Miles Davis said, “If you ride a BMW GS this is the event for you.”
“The Safari is a fantastic experience shared with like-minded riders.
“There is nothing better than to be able to relive the day’s highlights with friends over a thirst-quenching drink.
“Places are limited and they are filling quickly, so if you are interested get in quick,” Davis said.
Departing from the Gold Coast, riders will traverse the southeast corner of Queensland.
Straddling the New South Wales border, Safari riders will encounter coastal vistas, lush rain forests, and rugged escarpments, on less-travelled roads before finishing up in Noosa.
The GS Safari route is predominantly dirt, although there will be some nice twisty sealed sections to help link the trails together.
Participants can expect to ride around 300km per day.
The GS Safari is aimed at riders of all levels, but newer riders or Safari first-timers are strongly recommended to take the opportunity of our Pre-Safari Off-Road Training programme.
The BMW GS Safari is a fully-supported event with event routing, on-course medical support, tyre and mechanical back-up and luggage transport.