W.P.M.C. Motorcycle Riding School powered by Project Sixty SA will be hosted on Saturday 20th August from 08:00 to 13:30. It is open to riders of all makes of motorcycles who wish to improve their riding skills up to a standard of excellence, rather than down to a speed limit.
Riding schools are not just for superbike enthusiasts. No matter what you ride, you will take away potentially life-saving lessons in hard braking and accurate placement on the road, with input from experienced road and racing instructors in a safe and controlled environment, while enjoying your motorcycle in the manner it was intended to be ridden.
It’s not about speed, although the hotshots in the Fast Group enjoy riding very fast indeed. Even the most inexperienced riders in the Slow Group benefit immensely from riding around the circuit no faster than they would on suburban streets, repeating the same sequence of corners every two-and-a-half minutes and smoothing out their lines every time until precision steering becomes more a matter of muscle memory than conscious effort.
Arrival time on Saturday is from 08:00 to ensure enough time is set aside for scrutineering and bike prep.
Please ensure your motorcycle is checked and issued a
riding number by one of our scrutineers.
(Scrutineers can be identified wearing high visibility jackets, holding a clipper board and masking tape ;)
Prior to riding on track a briefing is mandatory. Gather around and listen carefully to the rules and track conditions being discussed.
After the briefing the Fast group will
go out on track, then Medium and then
This is the sequence which will be followed for each of the four riding sessions.