Reserve your spot !!!
Another Class at Little 99 Raceway (http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=1658+South+Airport+Way%2C+Stockton%2C+CA%2C+us) 1658 South Airport Way, Stockton, CA.
This class is part of Street Rider Training on a Track.
Please read cancellation policy on Superbike Coach web site in case of rain, etc.
This is not an official group ride to or from the Raceway. But riders are welcome to arrange among themselves to go in groups :-)
(use code "GroupRides" and receive 10% off)
* * * You must register here >> https://www.superbike-coach.com/portfolio-item/cruiser-rider-class * * *
Cruiser rider training on a race track?
Oh yes, because parking lot cone drill efficiency is both questionable and boring. Every motorcycle is subject to the same laws of physics: gravity, weight, G-forces, and centrifugal forces. Nobody understands this better than an ex-racing professional like Headcoach Can Akkaya, who rode a cruiser bike himself after he retired from international motorsports.
Suits street riders who…
- Ride on heavy touring bikes
- Have all skill levels (we run 3 level groups)
- Weren’t helped much at other schools
- Are tired of parking lot drills!
- Want to be a better rider!
- No need to get nervous
You decide which pace you’ll be going–nobody else–and the Stockton Little 99 Raceway is a perfect place to learn because it has everything you have to face as a cruiser rider on public roads, from tight turns to the sweepers. It’s just more forgiving than a public street. No distractions, but lots of like-minded students who are sharing a fun day with Superbike-Coach and learning survival skills at the highest level possible, and without pressure.
No hidden fees, no bike preparation, and regular riding gear is sufficient
Riding and learning on a track were never more reasonable and fun. This service suits street riders who wants to learn best-riding techniques, customized especially for heavy motorcycles. Ordinary track days never provide step-by-step instruction. This “Cruiser Rider Class” will provide step-by-step instruction for street riders and their daily needs.
If you have any questions, please post here and Coach Can will respond.