To the dates that at the time we told you in which the Honda Day 2012 would be held, the Japanese manufacturer has decided to add another date to its calendar, the next Saturday 23 June coinciding with the celebration of the fourth appointment of the Spanish Speed Championship at the Montmeló Circuit.
The format will be identical to that of the rest of the citations in the Honda Day 2012 with long-duration routes in groups of a maximum of ten people and accompanied by instructors from the Honda Driving School (HEC). Among the motorcycles that will be available, the new ones stand out. Honda Integra and Honda Crosstourer, with Honda's Dual Clutch Transmission System. Other models such as the Honda Crossrunner and the Honda CB1000R.
The only requirements for participants are to have the corresponding driving license and the appropriate clothing to ride a motorcycle (helmet, gloves and jacket). And if any of the participants wishes, You can also do the tests with a passenger.
To participate in this special appointment of the Honda Day 2012 you must call the phone 934 510 352 and reserve a place.
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