Open for all motorcycle brands!

TRACK TRAINING BY TROY CORSER

Two-times World Champion SBK

GIVE AWAY A BMW
S 1000 RR!

Give away a gift certificate for a training of The Race Academy (on a BMW S 1000 RR!)

IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS...
with the Race Academy

DO YOU WANT TO RIDE FAST ON A CIRCUIT

Do you dream of getting your knee down? Like any technical sport all it takes is some mastery of the technique – it’s something that can be taught to anyone.

At The Race Academy we have courses designed to quickly accelerate your riding ability so that in a few days to you can reach a level that was unthinkable before. This professional training program is suitable for both beginners and advanced riders – we tailor the programme to your skill level so even if you have never ridden on a circuit before you will feel at home at the Academy. Age and experience are irrelevant.

A PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED RIDERS

Key elements of the training programme:

  • Guidance and instruction from an experienced instructor (One instructor for 3 students on average)
  • All levels of skill are supported due to the limited numbers and personal tuition provided on the course
  • 1-on-1 instruction available at no extra cost if required
  • Race lab theory session to introduce you to important riding principles
  • Video of your riding for analysis of your progress with your instructor (DVD provided to take away)
  • Electronic timing system to accurately report lap times
  • Tyre and mechanical support
  • Information on accommodation options near the circuit, and general information about the surroundings of the circuit
  • Lunch catering (optional)

HUNDREDS OF INTELLIGENT CIRCUIT MILES IN THREE DAYS!

The training course consists of a full day of sessions which alternate between theory and practice. On average you will get five practical sessions per day riding on track, each lasting about 20 minutes of riding under the guidance of an instructor. After each session video and lap times are used to assist evaluation and analysis during debriefing.

Each student is