BMW GS SAFARI ENDURO – OUTBACK ADVENTURE AWAITS
Streaky Bay (SA) to Broken Hill (NSW) July 24-30. The BMW GS Safari Enduro is set to head out into the vast Australian outback and there are limited places still available.
The Safari Enduro has made its mark since 2013 as the more challenging and remote version of the popular GS Safari. It is best suited to riders with off-road experience who are looking for more challenging terrain or bigger distances each day, or both.
The first three Safari Enduro events were Victorian High Country (2013), Darwin to Palm Cove (2014) and last year’s Bourke to Victor Harbor. This year’s ride will take riders through some iconic outback locations, seeing places that not many people get to see, and all with a great bunch of people.
From the South Australian coast at Streaky Bay riders will encounter vast open plains, salt lakes (including Lake Eyre), the Flinders Ranges and iconic Australian towns like Coober Pedy and Arkaroola. The epic adventure will culminate with a farewell dinner in the historic city of Broken Hill.
The BMW GS Safari Enduro is fully supported with mechanical, medical and luggage carrying backup and is the perfect opportunity for BMW GS riders to experience the great Australian outback.
“This is an event that will take BMW GS riders into the heart of our country in the company of others GS riders. It will challenge many and it will take riders to places that most would not ride by themselves. It will be a ride to create memories that will last a lifetime,” said Miles Davis, BMW Motorrad Australia Marketing Manager and a veteran of many GS Safari events.