Yamaha backing California Superbike School

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As has now become tradition, Yamaha will once again support the annual California Superbike School, that is run and managed so successfully by Track-Daze, by providing Yamaha R1’s and R6’s for the numerous CSS instructors that make their way to our shores to ececute some of the very best riding instruction to be had anywhere in the world.

This year’s school will take place on the 20th and 21st of July 2013 at Phakisa Raceway, just outside the Free State town of Welkom.

Whether you are a road rider or a track rider, a novice or an expert, the opportunity to be coached by the school that has coached more National and World Champions than any other is one you can ill afford to miss. Come with an open mind and a willingness to learn and your skill set will improve. This has to be one of the very best things a biker can do to improve his riding abilities.

There are four levels of training provided by California Superbike School, and no matter what your current level of skill is, you have to complete all four levels sequentially, one level per year.

The cost of attending California Superbike School this year is R3700-00, which the best money you can spend on improving your overall riding skill. Online entry forms are available on www.track-daze.co.za.

All entries received and paid for by 7 June 2013 will go into a draw to win a Yamaha Mio scooter, sponsored by Yamaha and valued at over R8000-00, so don’t delay – get your entry in now. Space is limited to provide to very best training possible.

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Buks has had a passion for two-wheels since childhood. After his first motorcycle, a fire-breathing two-stroke Yamaha TZR250, he realized he was hooked. When Buks isn't writing for UltimateVelocity he enjoys practicing martial arts, gardening and spending time with his family.