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01. All students must pay for training in order to receive the booking confirmation.
All students must pay for the training in order to receive the booking confirmation. California Superbike School will not hold the place for any student without receiving the payment.
02. All students must be present for the first classroom session.
All students must be present for the first classroom session. Any student who does not arrive in time for the first classroom session will risk forfeiting their position for the day. There will be no refunds or reschedules under any circumstances if this situation arises.
03. All students must ensure they book into the correct level.
All students must ensure they book into the correct level. All students start at Level One, each level takes one day to complete, and all levels must be completed in sequence. In the event a student books into an incorrect level and there is no availability in the correct level, the student will not be able to participate in the event as numbers for each level are strictly limited. There will be no refunds or reschedules under any circumstances if this situation arises.
04. All students must meet the minimum licence requirement.
All students must have valid motorcycle driving licence. Students will be requested to show their valid motorcycle licence during registration before the event start. There will be no refunds or reschedules under any circumstances if student will fail to provide his valid motorcycle licence.
05. The California Superbike School cannot control weather conditions.
The California Superbike School cannot control weather conditions. If it rains we get wet; if the sun shines we get hot. California Superbike School accepts no responsibility should an event be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, including but not limited to, extreme weather. In this event there will be no refunds or transfers, however, California Superbike School will endeavour to provide a replacement day at the venue’s discretion. If a rescheduled day is offered, there will be no refunds or transfers from the rescheduled day under any circumstances.
06. All participants ride at their own risk, whether riding in all or part of their sessions.
All participants ride at their own risk, whether riding in all or part of their sessions. All participants should take into account their own riding ability, condition of their equipment, and possible track conditions before riding.
07. Students may not hand over their booking to another rider during an event.
Students may not hand over their booking, in part or in full, to another rider at any time during an event.
08. California Superbike School accepts no responsibility if a rider fails to attend or does not ride.
California Superbike School accepts no responsibility if a participant fails to attend, cannot ride, is unfit to ride, or chooses not to ride in all or part of the day. Regardless of the reason (including, but not limited to, weather conditions, work requirements, motorcycle problems, family crisis and health problems) there are no refunds or reschedules either in part or in full.
09. Lap timing devices and video recording equipment is strictly prohibited.
Lap timing devices and video recording equipment is strictly prohibited at California Superbike School. In accordance with our track hire agreement, any riders found utilising such devices may be removed from the event and banned from future events.
10. The consumption of alcohol and use of illegal substances is strictly prohibited.
The consumption of alcohol and use of illegal substances is strictly prohibited at California Superbike School. Any person found consuming, or to be affected by, alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate in the event. No refunds will be given under any circumstances, and perpetrators risk being expelled from the venue and refused participation in future events. California Superbike School reserves the right to subject riders to random breath testing and checking for influence of drugs.
It is your responsibility to be in a fit condition to ride on the day. Due to the high concentration requirements, California Superbike School strongly recommends a good night’s sleep and abstaining from alcohol and drugs (ALWAYS, but specifically) the night before your event. This does not include prescribed medication which is endorsed by your physician as being non-detrimental to your participation in this activity.
11. Students may reschedule or cancel their booking, provided:
12. All students are responsible for ensuring their motorcycle is in a track-worthy condition.
All students are responsible for ensuring their motorcycle is in a track-worthy condition. All treaded tyres must have a minimum of 2mm tread depth above the wear indicator at the beginning of the day – this includes centre as well as sides. Slick tyres can be used on dry a track only. Access may be denied if the track is deemed unsuitable for slick tyres; Front and rear brake pads must be deemed to have suitable material to complete a day at the racetrack; Front and rear brake disc rotors must be above minimum thickness as per manufacturer specifications (this measurement is stamped on the rotor carrier); Front and rear brake lines must be secured correctly and must not leak or weep fluid; Front & rear brakes must operate correctly upon testing; Fork seals must not show any signs of leaking or weeping fluid; There must be no evidence of oil leaks or weeps of any kind; Fairings must be secured correctly (no race tape!); Any damage to fairings must not have sharp or jagged edges, or in any way be deemed a potential threat to any rider; Foot pegs and mounting brackets must be secured and aligned correctly; Exhausts must be secured by all mounting points; Levers or pedals that are bent and deemed difficult to operate must be repaired or replaced; Throttles must snap back to the off position when released; There must be no evidence of fuel leaks of any kind; Handlebars must be secured and show no evidence of being able to move or be bent from the original shape intended by the manufacturer;
13. All are required to meet the minimum riding gear requirements.
All students are required to meet the minimum riding gear requirements. California Superbike School minimum riding gear requirements are: leather jacket and pants which zip together or a leather one-piece suit (no textile clothing allowed), leather motorcycle gloves, full-face helmet which is not more than 5 year old with the minimum European/US/Canadian/Australian Standards, and full height leather motorcycle boots which (no work boots or runners allowed).
Petrol is not included, please purchase from Wheels of Arabia merchandise area, Petrol vouchers will be on sales in the Pit garage, and we would recommend you to start the school with a full tank of petrol.