Gear
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. We will still run this course rain or shine so be prepared.

*Note that for the Advanced Street Challenge, it is preferable to wear full motorcycle gear to get the most out of the course.

 

Bike
Your bike doesn’t need to be track prepped but it should be in good working order with no leaks or stuff falling off. Make sure your tires are in good shape with correct pressures set – they don’t have to be new but bald is not okay. Also check your oil and coolant levels as you want your motor to be ready to rock.

 

Other stuff
You may want to bring some snacks, water and electrolyte replacement drink. The mornings can be chilly so dress warmly for your ride in.

 

At the track

Please plan on arriving to the track by 7:15 so you can complete registration. If class is on a weekday, leave extra early because traffic on Highway 37 is pretty bad.

Registration will be at the same place as the track day sign in area but let them know you are with the RoadRider 2.0 school. Class will run until about 6:00 pm.

Check out the article about our RoadRider 2.0 program in City Bike.

Been riding for a while but want more training and skill?
Looking to check out what a track day is all about, but want to try it in a controlled environment to see if you’re ready?
If this is you, come check out our unique course: RoadRider 2.0 – Advanced Street Challenge. The Advanced Street Challenge leaps to an entirely new level, focusing on advanced street rider training and includes some fun gymkhana styled exercises. This class is for seasoned street riders only – we guarantee you will be challenged!