California Superbike School is coming back to India in 2015

California Superbike School India

California superbike school is one of the best racing schools in the world, and has produced numerous WSBK, Moto GP and road racing legends. The school was started by Keith Code in 1980 and is hailed as the hub for superbike racing enthusiast. This year, California Superbike School will be coming back to the country for its 4th edition.

The workshops will be conducted at the Madras Motor Race Track in 2 batches; the first one will be from Jan 30 – Feb 1, 2015 and the second from the Feb 6 – Feb 8, 2015. The workshop will be held in collaboration with TVS, mostly due to the hard work of Mr. TT Varadarajan. Here is what he had to say. “We brought the school to India to satisfy two main goals: One is to provide the right skill sets that are necessary to perform at the highest level of motorsport to talented youngsters who do not have access to world class training. The other is to improve the riding skills of every motorcycle rider to make him/her conscious of safe riding practices, which is the responsibility of any motorcycle rider on the road. India being a country, which has the highest number of road fatalities in the world, needs initiatives such as CSS to help educate riders on safe  & skilled riding practices. The Indian motorcycle industry is evolving and with bigger displacement superbikes on offer, attending CSS will help new riders cope with the increase in power of these larger and faster bikes. Over the past 3 years, I’m really pleased with the response we’ve had and we’re all really looking forward to taking it to a new level once again in 2015.”

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TVS lends Apache RTR180’s for the students and BMW provides S1000RR for the instructors. Bookings are open at Rs. 52000 and there are 3 Levels to choose from depending on experience. Unfortunately all the seats happen to be taken for this year, so incase you plan to go next year, you’ll need an early heads-up!

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