Motorcycle Types Cruiser California Superbike School goes BMW S 1000 RR

California Superbike School goes BMW S 1000 RR

Thanks to a partnership between BMW Motorrad USA and the California Superbike School, riders will have the opportunity to unleash the power of the most potent, sophisticated and lightest sportbike ever produced — under the guidance of trained professionals. Beginning in 2010, BMW’s S 1000 RR superbike will be available at training sessions offered by Keith Code’s California Superbike School.

The school has 48 events scheduled at race tracks around the country beginning in March. Riders will have the option of using their own bike or renting one of the school’s 2010 BMW S 1000 RR motorcycles for one- or two-day training sessions.

"We would not be content offering a motorcycle as powerful as the S 1000 RR without access to top-shelf rider training," said Todd Andersen, BMW Motorrad USA Marketing Manager. "We want S 1000 RR riders to have the skills and confidence to maximize their ownership experience with this state-of-the-art superbike."

Recognized as the foremost motorcycle school in the world, the California Superbike School began in 1980 with the goal of becoming the most comprehensive professional school for the motorcycle enthusiast. In the two decades since its inception, CSS has taught 100,000 street riders and 15 U.S. Superbike Champions. Today, CSS is found on four continents, offering full rider training for riders of all types of motorcycles – from cruisers to superbikes.

Superbike Schools offer a stepped training program comprised of 4 separate levels. Each is taught by trained, professional riding coaches to insure the student gains improved understanding and greater confidence. Keith Code, Director of CSS, has been a pioneer in the field of motorcycle training for a quarter of a century. His schools continue to grow in popularity with planned franchise expansion in Southeast Asia and Europe.

For more information about CSS sessions and costs, phone (323) 224-2734 or visit the CSS website at www.superbikeschool.com.


Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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