Scrambler Fever 2016
Owning a Scrambler or a Tracker is on top these days. Customized bikes in oldschool enduro style are winning a battle with cafe racers accross cities of Western europe. Their versatility and more comfortable riding position allows to ride not only on roads. Their speed may not stunning, but the smell of nature and wild landscapes compensate the missing 200km/h or going off the limit.
We love scramblers , and we know that there are a lot of people who feel the same way and love same bikes. It is for them that we have created this event and we are more than happy that it is growing in popularity.
We debuted in 2016. We all met in a small, forgotten village of Jeziorna, near Borne Sulinowo, at a wild nautre camp site located direct at lake in the middle of nowhere and hosted by a guy called Siwy (the Grey). No cell phone range, no internet , no tourists, but a lot of fun and easy chillin' at a bonfire.
We choose a date, that allows people to come from all around Poland, have fun, and ride safe back home. On late spring and early summer we have a long weekend in Poland thanks to christian holiday called 'Corpus Christi'. The date of the holiday changes every year (like Eastern or Christmas) so if you want to know the date of Scrambler Fever, for example,in 2030 : just google 'corpus cristi 2030' and you will know!
Thursday, is (and always will be) the chill day. People can rest after a long journey, prepare bikes for friday's rally, go swimming or fishing or just drink a cold beer. In 2016 21 guys came (included 4 from Germany), so it was more familiar than official :) Thanks to Scrambler Ducati, we received 3 brand new scramblers for test drives and few promo stuff. Anyone could take a ride on those fresh bikes. In the evenings we launched open air cinema with some oldschool films.
Friday moring was a little bit rainy, but around 10 o'clock was quite ok and everyone could ride the rally. Everyone got their own map and had to find the route using the road book. At the checkpoints they had to use their brains and deftly pass the tasks. The main exam was at the end of the day: crossing the river! All passed it without any difficulties. Only a pre-war BSA drowned a little, but after a few minutes of drying the ignition system she restarted and Steffen could ride back to the camp.
Sunday morning was sunny. We got on the bikes and rodde in the dirt, saw few old forgotten military bases (Russian and German) and had cold lunch on the way. This was a beautifull day. Over 100km's done trought the woods , lakes and fields. No stress, no worries, just a chill ride.. Our girls waited for us with a cold beer at the bonfire... What do you need more?