We recently teamed up with Cavelle Jestican as a brand ambassador for ChromeBurner! She will introduce herself in the blogpost below, along with her ambitions and her vision on this ambassadorship together with us!
MIRJAM POL WINS THE BALKAN OFFROAD RALLY 2019
The results of the Balkan Offroad Rally 2019 are in, Mirjam Pol won first place, after having experienced many highs and lows over the past few days. The fourth day was extremely tough, but Mirjam persevered, fighting for first place with Rob van Vegchel. Suddenly, a lucky break for Mirjan, her competitor Rob had fallen, suffering a shoulder injury. Nevertheless, Mirjam had to keep focus and that’s exactly what she did, securing the first place and becoming the 2019 winner of the Balkan Offroad Rally! We are looking forward to a statement from Mirjam about the final stage, but below you can read all about how things went up until today.
The Balkan Offroad Rally takes place once a year in Bulgaria, starting in the Bulgarian mountains and ending at the coast of the black sea. Since 2018, ChromeBurner has been sponsoring one of the most badass ladies in Rally, Mirjam Pol, who is currently participating in the Balkan Rally.
Are you excited to learn more about Mirjam and her journey at the Balkan Rally? Then check out the first Rally report below.
Last weekend was the penultimate round of the IDM championship at our home track, the TT Circuit Assen! Click the button below to read the full story on Wayne Tessels's endeavours at the Cathedral of Speed!
Picture gallery of the Spidi Tour Noord-Brabant 2019 we rode last Saturday.
We're giving away 2 pair of VIP tickets for the coming IDM races in Assen, on September 7-8. Read the full post to find out how you can win these tickets!
Let’s get into a little history lesson for our first ChromeBurner blog post. The subject of conversation for this month: helmets. The first motorcycle was sold in 1894. As you may expect, back then no one worried about safety and helmets didn’t exist. As time passed, motorcycles got faster and people started getting involved in racing their two-wheeled machines. With increased speed came an increased risk of getting injured and in 1914, British physician Dr. Eric Gardner invented the basic principle of a motorcycle helmet.