Community California Superbike School | COTA Dates Available in August

California Superbike School | COTA Dates Available in August

California Superbike School COTA Schedule

California Superbike School | COTA Dates Available in August
Editor Ron Lieback riding BMW S1000RR at Circuit of the Americas

Talk about value – how about training with one of the most respected on-track motorcycle schools on a MotoGP circuit? This opportunity is available this August – but time is running out as slots continue to fill.

The California Superbike School is running two 2-Day Camps at Circuit Of The Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. The first Camp on August 15/16 is sold out, however there are spots available for the August 17/18 Camp.

The 3.4 mile circuit will have a maximum of 18 students on track with two groups alternating all day, both days. The coach student ratio will be 1:2. Everything is provided at the track including a fleet of new 2016 premium package BMW S1000RR, a machine Ultimate MotorCycling has constantly gloated about since its introduction in 2009.

The CSS school at COTA is a bucket-list experience for those wanting to ride a top-tier GP track with personalized coaching and a minimal number of riders.

Since 1980 The Superbike School has run in 35 countries at 119 tracks and Circuit Of The Americas will be number 120 on that list.

Keith Code, founder of The Superbike School, said: “I had a chance to ride COTA last year at a press event with BMW. The facility is top notch. The track is long and wide, with consistent grip and presents the rider with a number of challenges while being a blast to ride. We decided to make this event happen even if it is just once, in order to give our students a chance to have a spectacular experience on one of the world’s great tracks.”

Visit the California Superbike School online or call the toll-free number at 800 530-3350 to sign up now; only a few spots remain open.

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