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Red Bull Sea To Sky Hard Motorcycle Enduro 2014

30
January
2014
  Posted at 06:00:00 PM
  File under  Racing
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France
click to see where Turkey is on the map

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Red Bull Open link in a new window loves really tough sports, and in particular very tough and hard motorcycle enduro. Just look at the immensely difficult Romaniacs. Or how about the Erzberg Rodeo? These are some of the motorcycle races they sponsor, and they fall in the most difficult and challenging category for any racer, let alone the Sunday amateur.

Recently the energy drink maker has started this new hard enduro race. This time it is in Turkey at a coastal town called Kemer Click for map. The race is called "Red Bull Sea to Sky Open Red Bull Sea to Sky link in a new window", and the reason it's called that is because the race starts at the sea, literally, and ends up in the mountain. Have a look at the videos at the end of this article.


Red Bull Sea To Sky 2013
© Lukasz Nazdraczew/Red Bull Content Pool

It's a three day event, and the competitors start at sea level and end up at 2,365 meter altitude. The extreme enduro gathers some of the sport's top professional racers, with names like Graham Jarvis (UK, Husqvarna), Jonny Walker (UK, KTM) and Andreas Lettenbichler (GER, KTM).

Each day (Day 1: Beach race, Day 2: Forest race, Day 3: Mountain race) brings its own kind of difficulties and skill sets. Amateurs mix in with the pure pros. The day before it starts (Day 0 in other words), you can get a 2 hour enduro training with the professionals. This way you can ensure that you can at least try to finish the race in one piece.

Red Bull Sea To Sky 2013
© Nuri Yilmazer/Red Bull Content Pool

In contrast with some other enduro races, this one starts in a luxurious beach resort town, so you have plenty of comfortable hotels to chose from. No need to sleep in a sleeping bag on the beach, but if you want to do that, you can.

Red Bull Sea To Sky 2013
© Lukasz Nazdraczew/Red Bull Content Pool

The race is held starting on September 26th and ends on the 28th of September. That time of the year is still nice and warm in Turkey. So you can even hitch a real holiday to those dates and take advantage of being in a nice resort town.

Red Bull Sea To Sky 2013
© Lukasz Nazdraczew/Red Bull Content Pool

There are several packages you can select. The entry fee is €390 (including the professional training), and if you can't bring your motorcycle with you, you can rent a Sherco or Husaberg with or without mechanic and support services.

Click here for more information about the Red Bull Sea to Sky race Open Redbullseatosky link in a new window
Click here to register for the Red Bull Sea to Sky race Open Redbullseatosky link in a new window
Click here to access the Red Bull Sea to Sky race Facebook page Open Facebook link in a new window

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