Scrambler Fever 2019

The 2019 edition was special for many reasons. First, the event took place in the same place as the year before. Secondly, we were visited by over a dozen people from Germany, including the entire editorial office of the Craftrad magazine. However, the most important guest was the four-month-old Marysia, conceived during last year's SF edition. Yes, such things only with us :)

The exceptionally late date on which Corpus Christi fell guaranteed beautiful weather. And so it happened. Bathing suits were used as often as motorcycles.

Thursday was as standard a day of broadly understood chill. In the late afternoon, having a huge meadow at our disposal, we probably decided to be the first in history to play a moto ball match Poland vs Germany. Unfortunately, the German team was not eager to play, so this time the match was between polish teams.

As time passed, the Germans found out that on this party you drive more than sit and drink. Another test of riding skills involved parallel slalom on pit bikes. Here colleagues from across the Oder took up their gauntlet and stood in groups at the starting line. Pitbikes, despite their small size, had quite a lively 80cc engine. There aren't many horsepower in it, but they are very vicious. Jan from Craftrad found out about it many times when he put the bike upright riding wheeli. Eventually, pulling the motorcycle on his lap, he almost drove through the parked camping site into the lake. There was a lot of laughter, especially since Jan is 2 meters tall and if he wanted to, he could carry a pit bike under his arm. Thanks to Jan's performance, the team from Poland developed a huge advantage that the Germans were unable to make up for.

After the riding part, it was time for an open-air cinema and a bonfire.

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The morning was kind to everyone. A delicious breakfast filled the tripe, and the sun provided a large dose of vitamin D.

Just like last time, in order to get the map and hit the road, you had to prove yourself. This time the participants fought about her in twos. One of them got into the wheelbarrow as a pilot, and the other, blindfolded, had to do a slalom on time, trying not to knock down the cone. Then there was a swap and hey go on tour! This year we explored areas west of Lake Siecino. Honestly planning the route on paper we didn't expect the cool views we saw while drawing the map. The glacier formed a beautiful moraine in this region.

On the route, apart from looking for hidden checkpoints, you had to pass a slalom with egg , technical questions and a ride with a children's bike from a sharp mountain. There was a lot of laughter everywhere. The weather was wonderful, also the planned 70km flew relatively quickly. At the end, there was an agility exercise on the canoe, combined with a logic test, and it was possible to jump into the water, washing the hardships of the route from the body.

In the evening there is a cinema, an awards ceremony, a bonfire and a chillout.

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Saturday is 120km off to the north and exploration of the vicinity of Połczyn Zdrój. Fortunately, no one got lost and only one bike broke down and was abandoned in some village. We shattered him in the evening. The idea of sharing the geo-tracker with participants also worked well (we'll probably do that next year too!)

Generally speaking, every year boys and girls have better prepared bikes, so we do not waste time on stupid repairs of things that had to be taken care of before leaving the home garage. We are also glad that both the moto and the driver are visually adapted to the atmosphere of the event. The international character of Scrambler Fever shows the current trends in this motorcycle niche and connects the wild east with the less and less wild west. Are we hot with their cool motorcycles and outfits, and they envy us riding motorbikes in such beautiful circumstances of nature and all this wildness, which is sitting in us.

Here, every enthusiast of spending time in the bosom of nature or tinkering with the classic will meet the same crazy people. Despite the language barriers, there is always something to talk about and admire!

This year we had the opportunity to present the Fantic Cabalero scrambler and flat tracker to the participants. Anyone who wanted to, could also take a test drive. Due to a breakdown of his machine, one of the participants took the opportunity to cover the rally route with Fantic.

As for the machines, apart from Japanese classics such as Yamaha XT500 (3 pcs), Kawasaki KL250 (2 pcs), there are such raisins as two BSA Gold Star in enduro versions, BMW R80 G / S, Bultaco Sherpa and many others.

Do you want to lick this climate? We invite you in 2020!

Partners 2019:
Red Hot Chili Customs (rhcc.pl)
Cafe Racer Warsaw (link)
Crave for Ride (craveforride.com)
Bell Helmets Polska (link)
Motorcyclestorehouse (motorcyclestorehouse.com)
Paolo Peruzzi (paoloperuzzi.it)
Broger (link)
Fantic Polska (offroad360.pl)
Craftrad (www.craftrad.de)
Roeg (getroeg.com)
swiece-zaplonowe.pl (swiece-zaplonowe.pl)
Cactus Burger Przywidz (link)
Motodiabły Suspension (motodiably.com)
Welder Art
Revoc(revoc.eu)
Las Rąk (lasrak.pl)