The third European Championship!

The third European Championship Moto Gymkhana is right around the corner! The event will take place on Saturday 10th and Sunday the 11th of June. Riders from competitions in different European countries will try to set the fastest time on the course. Will someone beat last year's champion Kristian Eekhof, or will he win the European Championship for a third time?

The list of registered riders as it is now, is here

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Campsite information

Dear Motogymkhana rider, championship participant.

On June 10th and 11th we'll have the 2017 European Championship of Moto Gymkhana!
I hope we'll see all of you there. Please register as soon as possible on to join the championship! Even if you joined last year, you need to registrate again! 

As most of you will be camping, we have made arrangements with a camping site close to the Kemp competition site. From June 9th, Helen and Robin will be your hosts at the Buytenplaats Suydersee at Badweg 1, Lelystad. On Saturday, they'll have a splendid breakfast for all of you, on Saturday evening there will be a grand Moto Gymkhana BBQ and camp fire. Bring a bottle of your local beer or wine, we'll party until Sunday morning.

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Registration is open!

Today, We've opened the official registration for the event. From now on the website is open for riders to join the competition.

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European Championship 2017

Good news: we have set the date for the European Championship of Motogymkhana of 2017.

The event will be held on Saturday June 10 and Sunday June 11.

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Last race of 2016 competition in the Netherlands

Today was the last race in the Motogymkhana championship of the Netherlands. Eight rounds we had, eight fantastic days, some with rain, some with sun shine, but all with loads of fun.
Kristian showed up on a Zero electric bike. It was fun to see and hear (or rather, not hear), but he didn't win today. Bob set a very fast time in his first heat, 1:48, on dry tarmac, and when it started to rain soon after, we thought that was it. But Kenneth remembered the saying "your tires don't know it's raining", and he got to tenths of a second of Bobs time. Of course, both Bob and Kenneth (and Richard) were very close in the standing, and one or two points would decide on second place or fourth. Bob won today, Kenneth came in second, and Bert did a great job finishing third.

With Bob out of the way....

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