CALIFORNIA SUPERBIKE SCHOOL RETURNS TO ROCKINGHAM CIRCUIT FOR 2013

California Superbikes at Rockingham

California Superbikes at Rockingham

The California Superbike School returns to Rockingham in Northamptonshire this April, with the first full-day training course running on Monday 22nd

Students will enjoy five track sessions on Rockingham’s 1.7-mile long National Circuit, each preceded by a classroom session focusing on specific skills.

California Superbikes “At 11 metres wide, the National Circuit combines long straights with fast corners and a tight hairpin, so it’s ideal for riders looking to develop their technical ability” says California Superbike School’s UK manager Richard ‘Badger’ Browne.  “It also gives our coaches, who shadow each student on track, plenty of different corners to make sure the students progress.”

Chief Executive of Rockingham, Charlotte Orton, added: “We are delighted to welcome back California Superbike School to Rockingham. The National Circuit is very challenging with its long straights, left-hand corners and tight hairpins, and is perfect for riders of all abilities to master the art of cornering and learn invaluable skills in a safe environment.”

Founded by the legendary Keith Code in 1980, the California Superbike Schools are dedicated to discovering, improving and refining the art of cornering. Details of the 2013 schedule and courses available can be found at www.superbikeschool.co.uk or telephone 08700 671 061 for a brochure.

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