Want To Improve Your Riding Skills? (or just have fun?!)
Ever wonder what it would be like to work on your cornering skills, braking skills and just all around handling skills in a controlled environment? Well, if you really want to get familiar with your bike, the best way to do that is to repeat, repeat, repeat each skill in a safe environment. Race tracks are among the safest environment that you can hone your skills.
Race Track? On a Cruiser?!!
Yep! Put your Harley, BMW, GoldWing, or custom on the Track. Autobahn has coordinated a special event June 17th (Father’s Day weekend) to give you access to Autobahn Country Club track. You’ll get an excellent seminar introducing you to the track environment at 3:30pm for about an hour. Prep to go out on the track and then we can run on the track from about 5:05pm until approximately 8:30pm (weather and light permitting).
We’ll rotate on and off the track in half hour sessions. As you come off the track for a break, get some more coaching from Control Riders who were out there watching you ride. Don’t want coaching? No problem.
Autobahn is making this an exclusive cruiser event, and it will be the first event of this kind that they have ever hosted.
Additional things that we can do if there is interest, is to open this up to make a “Bike Show” for all of the track riders, and non-track riders as well. So, it could be a fun event, just south of here in Joliet.
I have personally ridden both tracks at Autobahn at speed, and can tell you first hand, that this will be a very enjoyable and educational event.
Pricing is $100 for the 3:30pm – 8:30pm event. We can stay longer for the Bike Show if we choose to do that as well.
If you are interested, please pm me your email address and I can send you the registration form.
This event is being hosted by Autobahn Country Club and you can find more information about them at http://www.autobahncountryclub.net
Note: This offer has been approved by Odysseys. I don't want to tread on NESBA, they just don't offer Cruiser Track Days. For those of you that know me, I go to EVERY NESBA event in the midwest and a few in the southeast. This event is NOT for sportbikes.