We supply the following items at all our track days, for every rider:
- Instructors. You can work with an instructor all day if you like, or maybe just get occasional tips. Your choice!
- Tire service by CTRacing/Pirelli -- can fit and balance tires right at the track.
- Suspension setup. World-famous JPH Suspension can work with you to perform basic setup of your suspension.
All our tracks have...
- Gas pumps... but unless your bike needs high octane (i.e. 96 or higher) you may prefer to purchase your gas at the nearest town before you come out to the track.
Here's your checklist for what to bring with you:
- Motorcycle and KEYS to your motorcycle if it needs keys. People can and DO forget their key. If you forget your keys we can sometimes get a locksmith out, but you're not going to be on the track until at least 11am. So double check that you have the keys in your pocket as you drive away from your house!
- Canopy or some form of shade. Thunderhill and Buttonwillow have buildings and communal canopies but if you'd like to rest away from where all the action is, get some shade.
- PLENTY OF WATER!
- Toolbox. Common tools to perform minor work on your bike (for exmaple, tools to remove your wheels if you're planning on getting new tires at the track)
- Spares kit (if you have one). There's no feeling as bad as doing something minor like tipping your bike over in the pit and having that be the end of your day because you snap a footpeg and don't have a spare
- Ramp(s) to load and unload your motorcycle (but there'll be plenty there).
- Tire pressure gauge
- Tire pump (often a bicycle pump works... check it on your bike at home first)
- An emergency contact sheet to leave in a highly visible location in your vehicle -- just in case. This is especially vital if you're coming by yourself.
- Gas. Your motorcycle uses more gas than you think when you have the throttle wide open.
- Back protector. Easy to forget!
- Ear plugs if you use them. We recommend that you do; wind noise causes permanent damage to your hearing and distracts you .
- Duct tape
- Miscellaneous spare fuses for your bike
- Zip ties
- Timing equipment (if you have any)
- Fresh batteries for timing equipment
- Cash (for purchasing photos, food, etc)
- When was the last time you lubed your chain?