Pula is preparing to host more visitors at Croatia Bike Week than last year when there were 20 of them

first_imgAt the end of August and the beginning of September, as last year, Pula will host the largest gathering of motorcyclists from all over Europe, which last year had 2 motorcyclists and 500 visitors, but with small changes that, according to the organizers, will contribute to attractiveness.Namely, everything will take place in a new more attractive location by the sea – Vallelu, two kilometers from the previous one where numerous stands will be set up on Vallelunga where you can find literally everything for bikers – from leather jackets, gloves, pants, boots… to bags for motorcycles and helmets, as well as jewelry and massage and tattoo items, and even a booth with a motorcycle bible. The most impressive is certainly the big motorcycle parade when several thousand motorcycles go through the city, and this year it will be held on Saturday, September 2 at 16 pm with departure from Vallelunga, then through the city, and will stop on the waterfront for a big photo together.In addition to concerts, there will be motorcycle games, custom show, stunt show, acrobatics on a motorcycle will be performed by Dejan Spoljar, the best master of stunt show in Croatia, sexy show and many interesting things that will take place from August 28 to September 3, and this year Twin Horn MC has prepared as many as 15 concerts for its visitors, so the organizers invite bikers and their friends, lovers of motorcycles, good music and great atmosphere to come to Pula and be part of the rock and ride atmosphere that attracts more visitors every year from all over the world and the most famous motorcycle party, the one that put Croatia at the very top of the moto tourist offer in the world!Last year, thousands of visitors to Pula came from all over Croatia, the USA, New Zealand, Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Slovenia, Italy, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, Austria, Hungary, and this year they will be joined by bikers from Canada and Russia, England, Scotland, Lithuania, Norway and who knows where else…There are various motives for coming, but one thing is for sure – diverse, high-quality and authentic content is the winning formula.last_img read more

Week in Sports: New football coach, Jim Boeheim’s suspension and more

first_img Published on December 6, 2015 at 10:43 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Dino Babers hired as next Syracuse head coachSyracuse’s interest in Dino Babers had been rumored for a few days, but SU made Babers its official head football coach Saturday. You can read the reactions of the Syracuse community, recruits and learn five quick facts about Babers.Read full the coverage of Babers’ hiring here.NCAA denies Jim Boeheim’s appealJim Boeheim said he had no involvement in the NCAA violations, but that didn’t stop the NCAA from denying his appeal and forcing him to serve his nine-game suspension sooner than expected, Saturday against Georgetown. SU made a statement and ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas said, “(The suspension) doesn’t make any sense.”Read the full NCAA report on Boeheim’s appeal.Read full coverage of all NCAA violations here.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMen’s soccer advances to first Final FourBen Polk’s header Saturday launched Syracuse to a 1-0 win and into its first Final Four in program history. SU’s extra defensive pressure also contributed to the win.Read full coverage of the game and of the men’s soccer run here.Coleman: ‘I guess (Boeheim) don’t trust me’As Syracuse big man Dajuan Coleman works his way back from nearly two years away from basketball with injuries, he didn’t receive a vote of confidence during SU’s loss to Wisconsin on Wednesday. Coleman did play more minutes in Mike Hopkins’ first game Saturday, a loss at Georgetown.Read full coverage of the Georgetown game here.SU Athletics shown as most economically-efficient department among Power Five schoolsDespite a 3-9 season and missing a bowl game for the second time in five years, the Syracuse University football program saw an increase in revenue last year, while the men’s basketball program took a slight hit, according to government data.Read the full story here. Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Commentslast_img read more