|Grossglockner Challenge gathered 300 Can-Am Spyder drivers from all over Europe|
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The starting point was the Gunskirchen site, and the event began with a guided tour of the facility. Participants enjoyed the technical aspects in the production of these high-performance engines.
The first expedition was from Gunskirchen to Altmünster via the Schlögener Schlinge, Schärding and Burghausen. In the evening,
The climax of the Can-Am Spyder Grossglockner Challenge was to drive up the Großglockner. The ones who participated appreciated all the 48 km, sweeping round 36 bends to a height of 2,504 meters. Their reward at the top was this unique panoramic views of the 30 "Three Thousandersˮ in the National Park Hohe Tauern.
During the evening, people were sharing their riding experience and five awards were granted to Can-Am Spyder drivers. Different winning categories were created such as the male and female drivers who had each travelled the furthest received an award, the youngest participant, the Can-Am Spyder driver with the most kilometres on the clock and finally, the one with the most originally personalised vehicle. Participants thoroughly enjoyed being part of the Can-Am Spyder community.
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