some riders only polish
their bikes.
great riders polish
their skills.
There’s no denying how great a shiny bike makes you feel, but nothing compares to the confidence knowing how to handle it. Sign up for one of our 2014 Track Days and you’ll discover there’s no better way to sharpen your skills behind the handlebars. Download the PDF, fill it out and fax us at (905) 896-2727 soon as space is limited.
2014 TRACK DAY SCHEDULE Pricing will change after May 1, 2014
May 14 (Wed)
Mosport
DDT
$170
May 29 (Thu)
Shannonville
Fabi
$150
June 12 (Thu)
Shannonville
Fabi
$150
June 26 (Thu)
Shannonville
Long
$160
July 17 (Thu)
Shannonville
Long
$160
July 31 (Thu)
Shannonville
Long
$160
August 14 (Thu)
Mosport
Big Track
$230
August 21 (Thu)
Mosport
Big Track
$230
September 7 (Sun)
Shannonville
Long
$180
September 18 (Thu)
Shannonville
Long
$160
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It's always best to arrive a bit early (between 7 and 8 am) so you have plenty of time to unload your bike and get 'set up'. Be sure to sign in and bring your bike for a technical inspection before the mandatory riders meeting held at 8:30 sharp. For more details on bike prep, download the Riders Motorcycle Safety Checklist PDF by clicking HERE. Track sessions begin at 9 and run for about 20 minutes starting with the 'Expert' group, followed by 'Intermediate' and then 'Novice'. If it's your first time here, you'll need to be led around the track for the first few sessions to familiarize yourself with proper entering and exiting procedures. We break for lunch from 12 noon until 1 pm, ending the day at 5. We don't stop because of a little rain, but in the event of a total wash-out we will be offering make-up days for those attending riders who show up and sign in only. One thing to remember is to have fun. That's what track days are all about.
First and foremost, make sure to bring with you the mandatory riding gear required for the track consisting of: a properly fitting, full-face helmet; gloves; a 1 piece riding suit or a 2 piece that zips together; riding boots and a hard back protector. Also required on the day is extra fuel, a tire pressure gauge and a basic set of tools. We also highly recommend plenty of fluids to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day as well as snacks and lunch. Don’t forget a positive attitude, because track days are all about having fun.
When you're preparing your bike for the track, you'll need to tape up your lights and turn signals. You'll also need to remove your mirrors. Make sure your tires are in good condition and check your chain for slack or tension, being sure to make adjustments based on your bike's owners manual specifications. Your brakes will be in good use throughout the day, so be sure there's plenty of 'meat' still on them. Remove all anti-freeze from your radiator and replace with distilled water and water wetter. Finally, once you've checked the oil drain plug, oil filter and hoses for leaks, you'll be good to go. To make things easy for you, download the Riders Motorcycle Safety Checklist our techs use on the tracka HERE.
We highly recommend you trailer your bike instead of riding it to any track day you plan on participating in. Not only will the comfort of a vehicle in the early morning help you prepare for a long riding day, but you’ll certainly appreciate stretching out on the way home after. Also, if your bike fails to cooperate for any reason, or something else happens that would prevent you from riding home, you’ll have another way to get there. For those riders without a truck or a trailer, Riders Choice will be offering a Travel Package, so be sure to check back soon for more details.
In an effort to make your track day even more enjoyable, Riders Choice will be offering instruction by professional seasoned riders starting this season. You’ll not only learn riding techniques from race proven individuals, but also insights to better yourself with your machine. Stay tuned for more details.