I overcame my limitations and became a much more confident street rider.Randy M.
What is Roadrider 2.0 – Beyond The Basics?
Do you have your motorcycle license, but want a little more confidence on your bike before hitting the road? Just getting back into motorcycling after taking some time off? Looking to check out what a track day is all about, but want to try it in an easy-paced and controlled environment to see if you’re ready?
If this is you, come check out RoadRider 2.0 – Beyond the Basics. This 1-day course includes the following exercises and activities:
• Walking you through a quick inspection of your own bike
• Working on some useful maneuvers like tight circles, collision avoidance and emergency braking
• Focusing on correct vision techniques
• Giving you practical instruction on group riding where we use the track as a simulated 2-lane road
• Working on more advanced skills such as cornering, street lines, and track lines
• Both classroom time and practical experience, where all exercises are done on your own bike
You’ll finish up your day with a controlled tour around the track on the racing line, giving you a taste of what track days are all about.
Courses will be held at select Z2 track days. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and see for yourself. Sign up now. What are you waiting for?
Your gear should be good street gear – boots that cover your ankles, sturdy jacket and pants, gloves and helmet. Look at the weather forecast for the day and make sure you have appropriate gear for the weather. If its going to be hot out, consider buying or borrowing a mesh jacket. We will still run this course rain or shine so be prepared.
Your bike doesn’t need to be track prepped but should be in good working order with no leaks or stuff falling off. Make sure your tires are in good shape too – they don’t have to be new but bald is not okay.
You may want to bring some snacks, water and electrolyte replacement drink.
Registration will be at the same place as the track day sign in area but let them know that you are with the RoadRider 2.0 school. Registration will need to be completed before the beginning of the class, so get to the track a little early. Since this is an all day class you won’t need to set up a pit area unless you want to.
Classes will start at the same time as the rider’s meeting for the track day, usually at 8:00 am. Listen for announcements for the rider’s meeting and the location of the RoadRider 2.0 class.