2019 promises to be busy for the Bikers'Days ... A new visual identity, a new calendar, appointments not to be missed, and a birthday that counts: 20 years!
"Twenty years already that DG Sport took the crazy bet to book the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps, which was not yet permanent, to organize a weekend of free track riding for bikers. At the time, they thought that riding on the track was more dangerous than riding on the road ... Times have changed a lot!" recalls Christian Jupsin, the initiator of this mini-revolution in the motorcycle world. 20 years ... a milestone that deserves some novelties, starting with a new logo, rejuvenated and modernized, but nevertheless immediately recognizable. In the process, there is also a new online booking platform that will soon be inaugurated, simpler and also modernized.
The calendar of these 20 years is already known. The festivities will start on the opposite side as it is Phillip Island that opens the season, taking advantage of the summer that reigns in Australia. Three days of free riding (14, 15 and 16 January) which met with unexpected success, and which gave ideas to the organizers for the continuation of their overseas expeditions ... It is indeed in this remote part of the world that the next season will take off. Rendez-vous is set in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) on the Sepang circuit on January 3rd, 4th and 5th ... 2020! We will have the opportunity to talk about it again, because what concerns us today is above all the 2019 calendar.
After Phillip Island we head for Spain for the traditional European season opening. This will take place on the MotoGP circuit of Montmelo (Catalunya) in Barcelona on March 25th, 26th and 27th. Then off to the Belgian circuits for the national warm-up in Mettet (April 20-21) and Francorchamps (April 29).
As usual, the most beautiful circuit in the world will host the Bikers'Days many times (29-30 May, 14-15-16 June, 4-8-18 July, 16-17 August)while the caravan will crisscross the most beautiful European tracks in Italy (Misano 10, 11 and 12 May - Imola 3 and 4 August - Mugello 30 and 31 August and 1 September), France (Le Mans 15 and 16 July), the Netherlands (Assen 16 and 17 September) before returning to Spain (Valencia) to close a season that looks particularly rich (26-27-28 October).
In total, no less than 34 dates and 17 events spread over 10 circuits and in 6 different countries ... Not bad for 20 years! Registrations open on November 30th at www.bikersdays.com.