Your assigned on-track coach for the day is a professional. He is a trained observer and a correction artist. His job is to offer plenty of assistance by giving you immediate feedback on errors as well as validation for good application of the drills and technical skills.
Your coach will ensure improvement and insist on understanding. Giving friendly advice is not part of their training; ensuring your discovery and understanding of the cornering art is part of their training.
Certification as a riding coach at the Superbike School takes serious dedication, not just good riding, a nice smile or being one of our friends. Our coaches have tough training courses to go through for certification. They're proud of their accomplishments — and they're always proud of their students' progress. You are assigned to one of them.
If you ride a motorcycle, you can improve. The technical skills of cornering apply to you. 125,000+ riders have attended Superbike Schools worldwide at 107 tracks on every continent except Antarctica and ridden 10.6 million miles in the process. Over fifty national and international championships have been won by riders personally trained by Keith and other CSS staff worldwide. Bikes may change but his discoveries on cornering still apply.
Whichever of our 4 levels you are attending, everyone is geared to help. Even our Corner Marshals and Course Control personnel know which drill you are working on. We often rely on their feedback to help sort out your riding. In fact, our Course Control personnel keep a running, written record of each student's on-track performance. The whole staff is focused on your improvement — everyone is on the same page.
Check our schedule to find a date and track close to you.
Your coach follows you and observes each aspect of your riding.
For immediate feedback, specific hand signals are given to you by your coach while on the track.
Coaches pull off with you during a ride for instant feedback.
Coaches lead students to demonstrate specific techniques.
Your coach will debrief you after every ride.