Members of the Motorcycle Industry Association have once again teamed up to offer those new to off-road motorcycle sport a unique opportunity to experience the exhilaration and fun of off-road riding.

This year the Motorcycle Off-Road Experience (MORE) will be held over four days - Tuesday 7th July to Friday 10th July - at Upavon, Wiltshire. Morning and afternoon sessions will include plenty of on bike action, courtesy of the leading manufacturers - Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki and Yamaha - along with the top training schools in the business.

Thousands of people up and down the UK are involved in off-road motorcycling and now it's your chance to have a go!

What can our 400 riders expect?:

  • The chance to experience the thrill of off-road riding
  • Instruction from the UK's top trainers
  • A chance to ride a variety of the best bikes from different manufacturers
  • An opportunity to learn more about the sport and how you can get involved

And all just £30! We just want you to have fun and be inspired to take part in more off-road riding.

There are 400 places up for grabs and on-line registration opens at 10am on Saturday 16th May - be sure to register quickly as it's first come first served! But continue to register when places are booked in case more become available.

* Lunch, refreshments and travel expenses are not included.

Please note:
Event is for those age 16 and over. Under 18s must attend with a parent or guardian.

Wow - that was a busy 90 minutes! If anyone had a problem booking, please give us a call on 02476 408045. Please bear with us if we dont answer first time. If you want to drop us an email to we can always call you. Thanks!

Sat, 16 May 2015 11:27:50 +0100
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Less than 15 minutes until you can book for this years Motorcycle Off Road Experience :)

Sat, 16 May 2015 09:45:35 +0100
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Good luck with booking your preferred slot on the motorcycle off road experience. Booking opens at 10 today via 󾌸

Sat, 16 May 2015 08:56:18 +0100
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Honda Kawasaki KTM
Yamaha Suzuki