BMW S1000RR or GS Adventure Bike, Which Would You Choose?

Whether you’re a wanna-be racer or just a rider who enjoys pushing themselves and their machines, it’s hard to beat formal training for dialing in your skillset. The Fast and Dirty Sweepstakes aims to do just that with prize packages that cover a range of riding conditions to include closed-circuit track experience and a desert riding adventure for three lucky winners. RawHyde Adventures joined forces with Keith Code’s California Superbike School to put together the prize package, and it’s a doozey.

Continue reading for sweepstakes prizes.

What Could You Win?

If You Like It Fast And Dirty, RawHyde Has A School For You
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The third-place winner nets a one-day trackside training program on a BMW S 1000 RR at any of the California Superbike School events held nationwide. Second place is definitely my personal favorite with a RawHyde-hosted, two-day adventure ride through the Mojave. It includes a stay at the school’s Base Camp Alpha for an authentic rally feel and leaves time for exploring the local points of interest on your choice of BMW GS Adventure models. The grand prize winner gets treated to a two-day training program at the RawHyde training center on a BMW S 1000 RR superbike. Instruction and training in track techniques is handled by the California Superbike School, and should be a real treat for some of the more track-tastic riders out there.

Astute riders will notice that Beemer keeps coming up, and there’s a good reason for that; these two schools are official training partners with BMW Motorrad USA. So, not only do you get top-notch instruction, you also get it on top-shelf machinery by folks who are used to working with the brand. What’s not to love? Seriously folks, if you’re interested you’d better hurry up and get your entry in before the June 20 deadline.

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Source: Fast and Dirty Sweepstakes

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