Test V-Strom on Suzuki Adventure Ride

Suzuki Adventure Ride V-Strom

Suzuki Australia is giving adventure riders an opportunity to test a new V-Strom and win some prizes on their second Suzuki Adventure Ride.

The first Suzuki Adventure Ride was held in November last year in Dargo, Victoria.

The next is a two-day Wirrina Cove adventure ride departing from Kessner Suzuki in Klemzig at 8am on February 17, 2018, says Suzuki spokesman Matt Reilly.

“We are aiming to conduct several rides throughout the year in other states,” he says.

Participants will take a 250km route on the Saturday through the Adelaide Hills via Harrogate, Callington, Strathalbyn, Mt Compass and Delamere.

There will also be an opportunity for participants to test ride the new V-Strom range back to Second Valley to complete the afternoon.

Sunday’s 250km stint will start at Wirrina Cove passing through Normanville, Aldinga Beach, Kangarilla, Meadows, Flaxely, Verdun, Piccadilly to Eagle on the hill.

The Suzuki Adventure Ride – Wirrina Cove 2018 is free and there will be prizes up for grabs along the way.

Participants must register via emailing their full name, mailing address, make and model of their adventure bike and their phone number to motorcyclemarketing@suzuki.com.au or book via calling Natalia on (03) 9931 5500.

Once registered Suzuki will post out all instructions, maps and a commemorative registration decal for the ride.

Accommodation can be booked directly with Wirrina Resort (08) 8598 2400.

Rider should make their booking before joining the ride and mention they are part of the Suzuki Adventure Ride to receive a reduced rate.

Meanwhile, the Australian V-Strom Riders group AuStrom is celebrating its second birthday with a roundup event in motorcycle-friendly Crows Nest, South East Queensland, in March 2018.

Click here for more details.

Click here to register.

One thought on “Test V-Strom on Suzuki Adventure Ride

  1. Mark, You talk about Suzuki Adventure Ride. Suzuki is a really great motorbike. I like this brand. I also buy this motorcycle very soon. But I am not aware of motorcycle GPS. Please help me about this.

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