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The California Superbike School will be conducting rider improvement drills for 40 rally attendees. The 'drill' is called The Steering Drill and will be done in the paddock area of Barber Motorsports Park where the school is conducting its regular rider training on May 30 & 31 from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.
The Steering Drill is a low speed exercise where school coaches can observe and correct the 20 most common rider errors related to steering their machines.
Attendees who are chosen to participate need only bring their usual riding gear and bike to take part in the program. School coaches will be on hand to help them achieve either a better understanding of steering a motorcycle to become more proficient in just two hours.
The California Superbike School operates in 18 countries on 5 continents. It has delivered advanced training to over 150,000 riders at 111 closed course facilities by its 4 branches around the world since its inception in 1980.
The winning ticket numbers will be chosen at random and posted with the winning door prizes. Make sure you hang on to the ticket stub so that you can present it for entry.
All rally attendees are welcome to come over to the track paddock area and observe how the world's number one school conducts closed course training.