Sports and tourist complex opened in Kamchatka

Sports and tourist complex opened in Kamchatka


The new motor park is intended for holding various sports events in motorcycle and other technical sports.

The complex provides trails for both beginners and real pros. Those who wish will be able to ride their own or rented motor vehicles at any time of the year or go in for another sport.

The press service of the corporation for the development of the Far East and the Arctic reported that the motor park occupies 15.5 hectares in the suburbs of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. For its development, the creators involved one of the best track designers - Greg Atkins, who has 30 years of track building experience. As a result, a track with a length of 1600 meters was built with a height difference of up to 20 meters.

The complex has created conditions for motofreestyle, professional sports competitions and other festive events, as well as car races. In addition, the motor park is equipped with technical rooms for storing equipment and equipment, alternative recreation areas, camping, and hiking trails. Coaches, judges and commentators are equipped with premises, open and covered stands, which can accommodate 5,000 spectators.

Motopark experts are ready to teach you how to ride a motorcycle from scratch or improve your existing skills. Even the youngest fans of motorsports will be provided with equipment and equipment according to their size and will be offered the services of experienced coaches.

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