EKO Moto School in partnership with Martin Choi will be held for the 9th time in Serres

As every year, the school includes a theoretical and practical stage, led by the best Bulgarian motorcyclist

June 22, Sofia. More than 20 motorcycle enthusiasts will take part in the 9th edition of the traditional safety school - "EKO Moto School", which is organized by the EKO petrol stations chain together with Martin Choy - the best Bulgarian circuit motorcyclist and ambassador of the company in Bulgaria.

The event will take place on the professional race track in the Greek city of Serres, and the Bulgarian motorcyclists will have the pleasure to gain invaluable experience and receive practical safety lessons, as well as spend an unforgettable motorcycle day with Martin Choy.

As every year, the school includes 2 stages - theoretical and practical ones. During the training, Martin Choy pays individual attention to each rider and shows him which aspects of riding he should emphasize in order to improve his skills. At the end, the participants in the EKO motorcycle school receive a certificate of completion, signed by Martin Choy.

The 9th edition of the EKO moto school comes after a break in 2020, when due to the covid epidemic it did not take place. "I am glad that we continue our joint initiative with EKO Bulgaria and this year's event in Serres will take place," said Martin Choy. "Driving a motorcycle involves a lot of adrenaline, but also even more responsibility - something I would like to teach each of the participants."

"Martin is an excellent role model for many young Bulgarians and we are honored that he continues to be an ambassador and racer of EKO Bulgaria," said Vassilis Makris, Commercial Director of EKO Bulgaria. "We are glad that he is with us during our socially responsible initiatives such as "EKO Moto School" for road safety and tolerance.

The participants in the EKO moto school were selected after a Facebook game, which included an answer to a question related to a situation on the road. The partnership of EKO Bulgaria and Martin Choy in the motorcycle school dates back to 2012 and is part of the company's policy of building a culture of tolerance and safety habits for driving on the road.