Keith Code Superbike School - Wednesday 14th, Thursday 15th or Friday 16th April 1999

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From: "Supe" <superbiker@ozemail.com.au>
Subject: Keith Code Superbike School - April 14, 15 or 16.
Date: Tue, 2 Feb 1999 20:27:39 +1100
This is THE message re Superbike School for those who've been following the immense number of postings about it.

This is message one of two.

Steve from Superbike School is getting back to me with details about our group so I can't tell you here. I will be creating a list of all interested parties. Interested means "I want to go", not "I'm kinda interested". The second message I just referred to will be sent directly to those people who respond to me at and will contain details of the group rate and how to book for it.

I have already explained everything about the school and riders who've completed it have posted messages telling you how good it is, so I'll keep the description brief. This course WILL help you ride around a corner better. Your level of experience / ablility, and the type or capacity of your bike really is irrellevant. Motorbikes are all about going around a corner. Otherwise the Hume would be a cool riders road. The speed and manner in which you negotiate the bends is of no concern to the Superbike School, only the techniques you apply.

You need not be experienced or have done other schools to attend this. You DO, however, have to follow the order of classes 1, 2, 3 and 4. Most riders only need to do lev 1 according to the school.

Keith Code, the founder of the Californian Supebike School will be in Australia to conduct these schools. This is a big plus.

Dates for Sydney's Eastern Creek are as follows:

Wed April 14 Lev 1 only
Thu April 15 Levs 1 and 2 (I'll be there doing 2, maybe the other lev 1 people could come this day???)
Fri April 16 Levs 2, 3 and 4. (I'll be there doing 3, maybe a small number of those doing 1 on thu want to do 2 on fri??? 2 is about visual skills (esp avoiding object fixation and smooth riding)

Base price for each level is $265, but we'll see what we can do about that. 10% discount to anyone in Kawasaki Riders Club, but this won't be combinable with our group rate I'm sure.

You can visit the school's website at:
http://www.superbikeschool.com.au/

So, email me if you wanna come and I'll get back to you with the details. This is T H E school, forget the stayupright etc schools, this will help all riders. Hard to believe but really true.

Thanks to those who've already expressed interest. Perhaps you could resend "just to be sure".