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Metzeler Offroad Park welcomes enduro riders


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Metzeler has completed the work on its first track, the Metzeler Offroad Park, located in Pietramurata, Trentino in north-east Italy.

The six kilometers long track has been designed with with different skills levels in mind, and it even allows training to take place at night thanks to artificial lighting. The track has been designed for enduro riders, but also those who practice Trial, MiniCross, Quad and Bike Trial will be welcome in this multi-purpose facility.

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Have a look at this video that Metzeler has released, the place looks awesome!


Here’s the full story from Metzeler:

The METZELER OFFROAD PARK is launched, the new structure of the German-born tyre brand intended for all enduro and two wheels off-road discipline lovers. It is located in Pietramurata, Trentino (north-east of Italy), only twenty kilometres from the highway exits of Trento South and Rovereto South.

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METZELER is undoubtedly regarded as the specialist of enduro: thanks to the quality and performance of its MCE 6 DAYS EXTREME tyres, the brand has in fact won twenty-six titles in the FIM Enduro World Championship since 2005 and eight consecutive titles in the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship.

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To celebrate these successes and transmit to all lovers of enduro the experience and passion for this discipline, METZELER has decided to inaugurate the METZELER OFFROAD PARK.

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The METZELER OFFROAD PARK is located not far from Lake Garda, a position that guarantees mild temperatures throughout the year offering the opportunity to use off-road motorcycles even in winter without the worry of finding unfavorable weather conditions such as fog or snow.

The route of the track has been laid thinking of different skill levels. The nearly 6 kms in length were built with technical sections, logs and a part inside the wood to make the path as natural as possible.

At the METZELER OFFROAD PARK motorcyclists will also have the opportunity to train even at night thanks to a modern artificial lighting system. The track has been designed to accommodate in particular enduro riders but also those who practice Trial, MiniCross, Quad and Bike Trial will be welcome in this multi-purpose facility.

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The METZELER OFFROAD PARK is the dream of every off-road lover who here will find a 360° service, starting from the 500 square metre building which houses the METZELER LOUNGE, a relaxation area that is able to accommodate the journalists present during races which will take place at the METZELER OFFROAD PARK. Among those already confirmed, the second edition of the Extreme Enduro race “THE WALL” scheduled for next July 23, 2016 in which the most important riders of the international enduro world will be the protagonists of an exciting race for the participants but also for the public. Also taking place in this location will be the European Trial Championship on April 2-3, the single-maker Trial Beta trophy on May 29 and the final of the KTM Enduro Trophy on October 9, 2016.

The facility also offers a well-stocked clothing store, a sales point of offroad motorcycles of the best manufacturers, storage for bikes and quality locker rooms with showers.

At the METZELER OFFROAD PARK it’s also possible to rent bikes and take part in the trial and enduro schools with federal technicians.

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For those who like to compete and train on different types of paths the METZELER OFFROAD PARK offers another great advantage, which is the proximity to the Motocross track “Circuito del Ciclamino” which is a stop of the FIM Motocross World Championship.

Finally, thanks to the presence of a restaurant and a hotel (www.hotelciclamino.com) directly in the facility area, in addition to a dedicated service for campers, the METZELER OFFROAD PARK will let you fully enjoy the opportunities that this track offers.

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