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Old 12-04-2014, 09:30 AM   #1
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Ride KTMs FreerideE at the UKs first Epark

ESCAPE facility offers offroad riding sessions and tuition

Ride KTMs FreerideE at the UKs first Epark

KTM'S Freeride-E can now be ridden at the UK’s first dedicated electric motorcycle riding facility.

E-SCAPE, an official partner of KTM UK, is a bespoke facility for electric bikes and offers tuition and test ride opportunities for riders of all abilities on KTM’s recently launched electric off-roader.

The Cheshire-based outdoor facility says its aim is to introduce off-road riding to those who are completely new to the sport and provide riding tuition so that riders get the most enjoyment out of their session.

Each session lasts 20-minutes and costs £20. Any further sessions cost £15.

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