The full service at Mettet… 

 

Since its opening back in 2010, the Bikers’Days regularly calls on the Jules Tacheny circuit at Mettet. As such the Bikers are well versed with this most recent of the Belgian tracks. They kept a close eye on its evolution and development, from the building of the control tower through to the inauguration of the “Michel Fievet» Pavilion in 2017. Today they can now take full advantage of the latest infrastructures, and notably the new boxes available to the riders. The latter are modular and fitted with all the necessary amenities. They are available for rent upon request …

But over and above all Mettet is a modern 2,280 metres circuit, designed and built to allow riders to improve their driving techniques, their trajectory, their set-up … A circuit acknowledged to be technical whilst being both educational and great fun. Its bends and curves bear the names of major champions who proved their worth at Mettet: John Surtees, Jack Findlay, Giacomo Agostini, Didier de Radiguès, Stéphane Mertens, Michael Paquay… An ideal circuit to kick-off the season, hence the reason why the Bikers’Days has elected to make it their home base during the weekend of 20th and 21st April, which brings to a close the Spring holidays.

Four groups will share the track (Leisure - Fast – Very fast - Expert) for two full complete and intense days of riding. Tyre service (Michelin and Dunlop), timing and Happy Hour will also be on the programme … A rendezvous not to be missed, especially seeing these are the sole dates at Mettet on offer for the Bikers’Days in 2019.