The latest Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship and Ducati Cup proved to be a tremendous success over the previous season. Apart from witnessing fierce competition amongst the professionals, this year we also saw more people approaching the sport thanks to Ducati UAE which made it more accessible. We found Kyle Kumm from Ducati UAE at the Custom Show Emirates 2019 and couldn’t help ourselves but to reach out to him and ask a few questions about the last season of the Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship and the Ducati Cup, and the next one.
The last season of the Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship and Ducati Cup lasted from November 2018 to March 2019. It had various categories in which riders compete, like 600cc Supersport and 600cc Superstock. We also had the Ducati Cup in which all the riders were astride Ducati 959 Corse motorcycles. It was Bike Nation’s sponsor rider, Mahmoud Tannir, who won the title, once again.
There are many people out there who’re interested in motorcycle racing, however, not all of them get a chance to eventually participate in the championship. Ducati UAE is trying to help such people by providing outstanding services. For example, there are track days happening at the Dubai Autodrome every now and then. By paying a fee of just AED 1,750 to Ducati UAE you can get a Ducati 959 Corse bike for the track day. Ducati UAE will take care of most of the things for you. It will transport the bike to and from the track, prepare it for the race, do the maintenance, it even provides rider support by explaining riding techniques and clearing any doubts.
Kyle at Ducati UAE told us that the next season of the Al Masaood National Motorcycle Championship and Ducati Cup will commence sometime during November 2019. If you’re interested and want to participate or clear your doubts, you can reach out to him on his email (email@example.com) or just visit the Ducati Dubai dealership where you can also spot the 959 Corse.
For more information, please watch the exclusive interview with Kyle Kumm.