Rev your heart trackside

Following the success of our inaugural R-experience event in October, Yamaha Motor Australia is pleased to announce The Yamaha Experience for a wider range of Yamaha motorcycle owners.

To be held at Sydney Motorsport Park on Sunday, 15 December 2019; and is open to all models of Yamaha motorcycles, as long as they are road or track worthy.
To be held on the popular undulating South Circuit, with training provided by Yamaha’s bLU cRU partner motoDNA, you can look forward to building your riding confidence and hone your technical skills.

On-track rider groups will be graded according to skill level, with motoDNA coaching available to anyone keen on improving their riding ability.  All levels are catered for, from beginners wanting to learn the basics, through to experienced riders keen to be faster, safer and smoother.

The fun doesn’t stop off the track...

 The Yamaha Experience concept has been designed with an emphasis on building community spirit by providing a day and a place to celebrate the joy of motorcycling in a relaxed atmosphere.

Chew the fat with other enthusiasts, grab a bite as you walk through displays from Ixon, Shark and Dunlop, and check out the bLU cRU truck and YMF/YMI PlayStation ute trackside when you’re taking a breather. Yamaha Experience riders can also swing by the barbecue area for a free feed.

“When we ran the R-Experience, we heard from a lot of Yamaha owners who wanted to ride at SMSP and benefit from the motoDNA training but did not own a supersport machine. The demand from these Yamaha fans led us to organise this event for the wider Yamaha family,” says Nick Marshall, YMA Customer Activation Co-ordinator. “The emphasis is on a fun day out for riders of all skill levels, especially for beginners who may feel intimidated in a normal track day environment,” he adds.

How to register?

 Cost per rider is only $175 each and the event is limited to 100 riders, so you need to get in quick! For more information and to register for this heart-revving Yamaha Experience, follow the link: