Rieju announce competitive prices for 2021 ISDE Bike Rental and Service
RIEJU Motorcycles are offering very competitive prices on their official bike rental and service package options for the 2021 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in Italy.
Rieju admit they have been a little absent from the ISDE in recent years – 1988 is when Franscesc Rubio won himself and Spain a trophy on his 80cc Rieju. That‘s another lifetime ago in more ways than one.
The Spanish manufacture is back in business and they are also back committed to the Six Days with official manufacturer support and spare parts service plus bike rental options at the event this August and September. Just like Rieju’s retail prices for new bikes, the ISDE service and bike rental costs are competitive.
Rieju’s rental package includes:
- Brand new, 2022 MR Six Days models – 250 2T or 300 2T (to be launched in summer 2021).
- Includes motorcycle transport costs to the ISDE in Italy, motorcycle registration and insurance.
Rieju’s bike rental package includes the support package (listed below). You can also opt to use your own Rieju MR 250 or 300 and just pay for the official service package and let them treat you like a factory rider for the week.
Rieju assistance package:
- Access to Rieju facilities in the paddock and assistance points
- Technical assistance, mechanics and advice on race days
- Personal effects storage box in the paddock
- Fuel for the race
- GRO Oils and lubricants
- All necessary tools for bike repairs and maintenance
- Original brand spare parts service
- Six air filters
- Two front and four rear tyres, plus one set of mousses
- Catering (Drinks, Snacks, Fruit, etc.) in the paddock
- Technical assistance within FIM rules
- A racing kit (T-shirt, trousers and gloves)
- Snack at the end of each day (pasta)
Any spare parts consumed are in addition to the price of the support service but the price will be the retail price rate with 50% discount.
The rental price (bike rental and assistance): €2290
Assistance package only: €950
Deadline for booking motorcycles: July 1, 2021.
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