2019 California Superbike School India dates announced

    The three-day school in Chennai will have two batches starting from January 18, 2019.

    Published On Nov 01, 2018 02:21:00 PM


    Dates for the 2019 edition of the California Superbike School (CSS) have been announced. It will be held at the MMR race track on the outskirts of Chennai. CSS is regarded as among the best riding schools, globally, and it will be held in India in two batches. The first batch of the 2019 CSS will be held from January 18-20, 2019; the second batch is scheduled from January 25-27, 2019.

    The three-day riding school is conducted by experienced trainers from the school’s centres across various countries. CSS is divided in various levels and the fee for riders participating between Level 1 and Level 3 is Rs 70,000, while the Level 4 fee is set at Rs 1.25 lakh. It should be noted that only riders who have completed the first three levels are eligible for Level 4 training.

    The school fee is inclusive of taxes, insurance cover, food and fuel. Logistics and accommodation – including logistic costs for the transport of your motorcycle – has to be borne by the participant. Yes, the fee is on the higher side, but from our past experience at the school, we can attest that it's money well-spent.

    The riding school helps make you a faster rider – but more importantly, it helps to be a better rider. The skills learnt over the course of the school aren’t restricted to the race track – they help you to be a better rider on the streets, as well.


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