Ducati announce flattrack (and cookery) lessons

Published: 21 March 2017

Flattrack and cooking? It can only be the Ducati Scrambler

Ducati are offering an off-road school aboard their new Scrambler Desert Sled and flattrack school aboard the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2.

The Days of Joy experience is being offered around the beautiful Italian town of Pavia, about an hour from Milan. There are four dates being offered for the experience between May and September where riders can learn from expert instructors. 

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There are also extra activities taking place during the course. Bizarrely, there’s a cookery class that also runs alongside a maintenance course.

The flattrack school will operate on various surfaces and will give comprehensive instruction from the basics of dirt track to managing wheelies on corner exit. 

The price for the flattrack school starts at €200 when using your own machine or is €300 with the use of a Ducati Scrambler Sixty2. There is also the option to attend the Flat Track Pro school, which is priced at €349.

The off-road school will see riders taking to the countryside around Pavia aboard the new Desert Sled where you’ll be instructed by former Enduro racer Robert Ungaro.

The price for the off-road school starts at €249 when using your own machine or costs €349 to borrow one from the school.

The dates that the courses will run will be May 14, June 18, July 23 and September 10. Check out the Days of Joy website for full details.

 

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