The California Superbike School (CSS) has announced its dates for 2016 in India. This is the California Superbike School's sixth event in India after successfully hosting five events starting from 2010. The CSS is considered one of the world's best motorcycle training academies.
This year the training course has been divided into two batches - the first one from February 5-7 and the second one from February 12-14. Each training day consists of classroom sessions and practical on-track sessions at the Madras Motorsport Race Track at Sriperumbudur.
The course is not about racing per se, but to improve overall riding skills and technique. Participants can bring in any motorcycle but riding gear is compulsory. The school doesn't provide riding gear to students. Students are supposed to bring in their own motorcycles. A limited number of motorcycles are also available free of cost for students. The fee for the three-day training session at CSS is Rs 66,000 and includes service tax, insurance cover, food and fuel.
Registrations are currently open at the CSS official website. The California Superbike School was founded in 1980 by Keitch Code, and has successfully trained over 1,50,000 riders in 27 countries, including some MotoGP, World Superbikes (WSBK) and racing series riders.