Digital Sports Group announce Bike track days still prevalent despite loss of key partner

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Digital Sports Group have announced today that the Bike track days calendar numbers on their popular booking site Trackdays.co.uk have not only recovered after the loss of a key partner but are prevalent in 2012. Dan Jones, Operations Manager for the Trackdays.co.uk website said ‘since the loss of a key provider back in 2009 we have worked hard to secure the business of new and reliable track day organisers and we are now proud to boast the biggest selection of bike track day events we have had in over three years’.

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The biggest selection of Bike Track Day Events

Digital Sports Group have announced today that the Bike track days calendar numbers on their popular booking site Trackdays.co.uk have not only recovered after the loss of a key partner but are prevalent in 2012. Between March and the end of the season in early November there are over 120 events averaging at 3 a week, compared to 1 – 2 a week on previous seasons.

Dan Jones, Operations Manager for the Trackdays.co.uk website said ‘since the loss of a key provider back in 2009 we have worked hard to secure the business of new and reliable track day organisers and we are now proud to boast the biggest selection of bike track day events we have had in over three years’

The track days run at various Circuits throughout the UK spanning from Lydden Hill in the South East to Oulton Park in the North West and including the popular venues of Brands Hatch and Donington Park. There are also some European options at Circuits such at Portimao in Portugal, Jerez in Spain and Le Man in France.

Dan Jones went on to say ‘our goal is to give our customers the biggest choice possible for venues and dates and provide the ability to be able to see all the best events in one place. The fact we now have the biggest calendar we have ever had which also expands into Europe is a fantastic achievement for us and great News for our track day customers’.

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