California Superbike School returns to Chennai
After successfully holding three editions in our country, the California Superbike School returns to MMRT, Chennai
It’s glad tidings for wannabe Lorenzos and Valentinos as the California Superbike School (CSS) returns to the MMRT in Chennai on January 18-20 and 25-27. This is CSS’s fourth event in our country after successfully hosting three events previously starting from 2010. Founded in 1980 by Keith Code, CSS has trained over 1,50,000 riders in 27 countries, including some MototGP, World Superbikes (WSBK) and racing series riders.
TT Varadarajan, who is organising the event, said, “We brought the school to India to satisfy two main goals: One is to provide the right skill sets that are necessary to perform at the highest level of motorsport to talented youngsters who do not have access to world class training. The other is to improve the riding skills of every motorcycle rider to make him/her conscious of safe riding practices.”
Red Bull phenomenon Joe Roberts who has been coached by none other than Code himself, will be the lead instructor for this edition. The event is supported by TVS Motors and BMW Motorrad, who are providing track-ready Apache RTR 180 flagship S1000RR respectively. Riders are free to use their own bikes. This year’s edition of CSS is completely booked so if you haven’t registered, better luck in 2014. Realted: Apex Racing Academy
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