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REV’IT! ADV Rally Postponed to 2021

REV'IT made an announcement on Monday, March 23, to postpone the REV’IT! Rides Adventure Rally to 2021.

REV’IT made an announcement on Monday, March 23, to postpone the REV’IT! Rides Adventure Rally to 2021.

The full release is as follows:

In this unpredictable and unprecedented moment, we have made the difficult but appropriate decision to postpone the REV’IT! Rides Adventure Rally to 2021. 

We celebrate motorcycling as a safe form of social distancing, but know this is not the moment for us to come together in person; instead, we will continue to produce exciting content and engage with our audience online, in ways both tested and brand new. The 2021 Rally news and updates can be found on Instagram @revit_rally.

We are issuing full refunds to all ticket holders. For anyone with issues or questions, they may email us directly at [email protected]

We look forward to recreating our vision for our partners and customers in 2021! In the meantime, we urge all to follow the recommendations of local governments and the CDC, and stay safe!

Link: REV’IT!

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