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BMW Safari 2016. Don’t miss out!

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It’s that time. Entries for the 2016 BMW GS Safari are open. Don’t miss out!

This year’s ride takes on the south-east corner of Queensland (crossing the NSW border a couple of times) for an epic five-day adventure ride. Planning the route has meant unearthing the best trails to tackle on your GS machine in the company of a great group of people and the support of BMW Safari’s expert team.

If you’re a regular you’ll know how much fun this will be. If you’ve never done a BMW GS Safari, this is your chance. Find out why this is Australia’s best and most popular adventure ride. BMW does all the planning, and all you need is a BMW GS motorcycle and a spirit of adventure.

Registration is open now.

For more event information please visit www.bmwsafari.com/events/2016-bmw-gs-safari/
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SAFARI HISTORY

The BMW Safari is a customer ride that has been running since 1994. Customers who register have the benefit of taking their BMW on some of Australia’s best trails as a new location is chosen each year. All the hard work of planning a ride is done by the BMW Safari crew so all you need to do is come along.

BMW GS Safari Enduro WRAP UP

The BMW GS Safari Enduro wrapped up with a farewell function at Broken Hill’s Palace Hotel on Saturday July 30th. The ride was a huge success with 100 riders completing 2200km of outback trails that started on the coast in Streaky Bay, SA, and then threaded its way past Coober Pedy, Lake Eyre, Arkaroola, through the Flinders Ranges to finally finish at Broken Hill. The ride was blessed with great weather, a greener than usual outback and perfect riding conditions. Thanks to all riders who made this such a memorable ride and we look forward to seeing you again soon.EnduroGroup

Stay updated for photos and videos to come by liking the Facebook page, BMW Safari.

Here’s a test of patience. Below is the group shot of the GS Safari Enduro riders at Rawnsley Park in the Flinders. See if you can spot Adventure Rider Magazine’s editor. He’s there somewhere…

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