Driving within the rain requires its personal skillset; since most riders keep away from moist climate journeys, we by no means actually grasp these methods, so after we do get caught out within the rain, issues get tense.
Which is why the WPMC Bike Observe College on Saturday 11 June from 2.00 pm to six.00 pm is a useful studying instrument. Whether or not or not it’s truly raining on the day, you possibly can put on your full wet-weather gear and modify it till you’re comfy in it, learn the way your controls really feel by waterproof winter gloves, get used to discovering the indicator change by muscle reminiscence alone, and follow the artwork of wet-weather braking in a protected and managed surroundings.
Our instructors are consultants at wet-weather driving – they race within the rain! – to allow them to train you methods that’ll assist hold you protected when the climate gods throw you a curve ball; they’ll additionally train you how you can calm down and journey as easily as attainable when your pure response is to tense up.
Riders are seeded into three teams – Newbie, Medium and Quick. Full driving gear is required for all riders besides these within the Newbie group, the place fundamental gear is appropriate, and there are massively skilled street and race riders available for recommendation on driving approach, avenue savvy and how you can take heed to your bike, in a protected and managed surroundings.
Chances are you’ll carry as many ‘crew members’ as you would like, and also you’re all welcome upstairs on the Joubert Pits Lounge, with excellent views of the circuit and an summary of the kids’s play space proper subsequent door. Heat up between observe classes with on-the-go snacks and light-weight meals from the Lounge and among the finest espresso in Cape City, whilst you chat with instructors and fellow riders.
The entry charge is R650 and pre-booking is obligatory. Enter on-line right here. Solely on-line entries will likely be accepted and, as all the time, locations are restricted. No competitors licence holders might take part – the driving faculty is open to street riders and observe day riders solely.
Arrival time on Saturday 11 June is from 12.15 pm; obligatory security checks on the bikes are carried out from 12.15 pm to 1.30 pm, adopted by a Rider’s Briefing from 1.30 pm to 2.00 pm and observe time in teams from 2.00 pm to six.00 pm.
For extra info contact Wayne Arendse on 071 866 8399.
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