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The WILD BUNCH

THE Province of Parma in the north of Italy is best known for its delicious food, most famously prosciutto ham and Parmesan cheese, but if a bunch of young custom bike fiends have their way, it might also soon be known as the home of a unique motorcycle event.

Held at the Riccardo Paletti racetrack and surrounding countryside some 30km south of the city of Parma, Wildays is loosely modelled on #29) but with a healthy dose of Dirt Quake fun ("Dusty Demons", #25). Live music is also a big part of the mix, as is, of course, fine booze and tasty tucker.

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