California Superbike School

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California Superbike School

Postby JinXX » March 24th, 2015, 8:47 am

I signed up for July 13/14 at the ridge
They will also be at ORP the week before
http://www.superbikeschool.com/schedule/

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Re: California Superbike School

Postby wileycoyote » March 24th, 2015, 1:09 pm

Damn you. Have fun, man. One of these years I'll be able to afford it.

BTW, why are the 2-day camps nearly double the cost of 2 single day sessions?
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Re: California Superbike School

Postby JinXX » March 24th, 2015, 6:49 pm

get more instructor time, 2-1 vs 3-1 on single day. you use their bike for camp, also more sessions. you have a choice in the single day of your bike or their.
the 2 day camps sell out before single days do
earthier way its not a bad gig they feed you breakfast and lunch and provide snack thought out the day
they both get to run the special bikes.

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Re: California Superbike School

Postby Q C Dragon » June 8th, 2016, 5:35 pm


Unless they've changed the format, you also get MORE SESSIONS throughout the day.

I did Levels I and II as a 2-day camp and then Level III "normally" -- I still rode their S1000RR, though.
There is a slight difference in feeling between the two. I definitely didn't feel as rushed.
My COACH was far less rushed as he was only dealing with 2 groups during the CAMP vs. managing three on my third day.

California Superbike School instruction is far and away the best I've ever received.
I've done several "schools" and other "coaching" with several track day providers and nothing comes close.


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