James Whitham’s Track Days has teamed up with Suzuki, offering the chance to test ride the new GSX-R1000R around Mallory Park – and if you end up buying one, you’ll get the full cost of the track day reimbursed, plus a free place on Suzuki’s 2019 All-Star track day event.
Kicking off on April 18 at Mallory Park, James Whitham Track Day customers can swing their leg over a GSX-R1000R out on track – for free. Cool right? And if you end up buying either a new GSX-R1000 or GSX-R1000 before the end of 2018 you’ll get the cost of the track day reimbursed, in addition to a free place on Suzuki’s 2019 All-Star track day event.
Three-time British Superbike champion John Reynolds – who played a pivotal role in the development of the GSX-R1000 both in Japan and Europe – will also be on hand to answer any questions and offer additional on-track instruction.
Suzuki GB marketing manager, Rob Cooper, said, “There’s nowhere better to get a taste for a GSX-R1000R than a race track, which is why we want to give people that chance. James already uses GSX-R1000Rs for the instructors on his days, so it made sense to add to the number of bikes at his Mallory Park events and let customers experience the bike for themselves too, including its full suite of electronics and MotoGP-derived engine.”
Customers that purchase before the end of April will also get a free Yoshimura Hepta Force exhaust, while the GSX-R1000 is currently on Suzuki’s low-rate finance offer, which allows customers to choose from either a PCP or hire purchase deal, 2%, 3%, or 4% APR, and an agreement term to match. The offer runs until the end of June.
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