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bluebiker900

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bluebiker900 says:

Track day tuition

Hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

For a while or so i have been wanting to do a training day on track something similar to

 http://www.rapidtraining.co.uk/trainingdays.html   or

to help with corning confidence and help with finding my right line.
unfortunately after spending a considerable amount of time searching on Google i can not find any insurance company that will insure me while I’m doing one of these course. I can not afford to to have a mishap while on the track and not be insured, my bike is my main transport for commuting to work. 
If anyone can offer advice it would be appreciated. 

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mostlyslowly

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mostlyslowly says:

Pretty sure

You can get track day insurance from Carole Nash.  You can also pay an instructor at most ttrackdays aimed at novices.  Usually £25 a session

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bluebiker900

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bluebiker900 says:

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I have tried Carole Nash before when i was insured with them and they told me they will not insure motorcycles on a track. mce insurance offer track day insurance that can be added to existing polices for £99  but the problem with that scheme is that your compulsory excess is 50% of the value of your bike which in my case is about £4000 make this very unfordable.

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