The California Superbike School is returning to Philippine soil this coming Feb.15-16, 2020 at Clark International Speedway with different students, new levels to reach, and a full two days of intense motorcycle training.
The California Superbike School (CSS) made its Philippine debut last February 2014 at the Clark International Speedway in Pampanga with 63-70 students from all over the Philippines and 12 of the most experienced coaches of the school’s Australian branch who rigorously trained the students.
Keith Code founded the CSS in 1980 with one goal in mind: to teach motorcycle riders to drive better, safer, and faster. Since its debut, it has trained over 150,000 riders worldwide.
In the country, there is no one better equipped than Tuason Racing to run the Local leg of the California Superbike School. TRS is the Philippines’ premier racing school and is a 21-year mogul in the business. Together with Dave Howitt, one of the few who have attained a level 4 master coaching status, TRS will again host the CSS Philippines this coming Feb.15 to 16 with the support of Wheeltek and Kawasaki Philippines on 2nd year.
New students will start with the level 1 riding class on day one and the level 2 riding class on day 2, focusing on throttle control, proper steering techniques, determining reference points on the track, racing lines, and correct braking. The graduates of last year’s CSS will be climbing to levels 3 and 4.
Level 3 will mostly cover proactive technical points of riding, body positioning, and a unique drill called “Attack Angles” which will give the riders a better approach to cornering. Level 4 takes a completely different turn; it is custom-built to suit the specific needs of every rider, building up any weaknesses found after taking Levels 1-3.
The all-in fee for this training is P85,000. It includes a theoretical riding lecture at the beginning. While on the track, the participants will have six highly trained instructors to ride with them to provide a more in-depth coaching style and to point out necessary corrections in their riding habits.