California Superbike School aim to turn students into teachers

Published: 07 June 2013

California Superbike School are holding a special, 'coach try-out' day at Rockingham on Monday 24th June, in a bid to attract more coaching experience into their school.

While out on track prospective riders will be shadowed by already qualified riding coaches, who will be assessing how well they can put the classroom theory they will have learnt earlier in the day into riding practice. “Not only do you need to be a skilled rider to become a coach at the California Superbike School, you also need to be able to communicate the science behind the art of cornering too” explains general manager Richard 'Badger' Browne.

The try out day is the first stage in the rigorous qualification process for California Superbike School coaches and is used to identify riders with both the aptitude and attitude to help students master the art of cornering.  Once qualified, riding coaches have the opportunity to work not only in the UK but also at some overseas schools, supported by sponsors including Yamaha, HJC, Alpinestars and Oakley to name a few.

For more information visit www.superbikeschool.co.uk

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