A General Bike Track Day splits riders into groups of
a similar ability and divides the track time between these groups.
Don't worry if you are a novice - the additional mini-briefings
that we provide on our Novice Only Track Days will
also take place on these events.
Typically we will run novice, intermediate and advanced groups
but on evening events the intermediate and advanced group are often
The novice session on our trackdays is designed exclusively for
anyone who has little or no trackday experience. You will not be on
circuit with experienced riders. If this is your first track day
you might want to consider one of our Novice Only Track
A typical rider in the novice group will have attended between
one and three track days before
The Intermediate session on our track days is designed for
riders who are familiar with this circuit, have done some track
days before and feel ready to move up from the novice session.
A typical rider in intermediate group will have attended between
three and five track days before and also have been to the
particular circuit before.
If you are looking for some track time with other experienced
track day riders then look no further. This session is strictly
limited to skilled track day riders who are competent with higher
track speeds. If you have an ACU or FIM race licence then you might
want to consider a Testing day.
A typical advanced group rider will have attended more than five
track days and be competent with higher track speeds.
Signing of indemnity forms, checking of driving licences and
allocation of instruction sessions.
Before taking part in any track day, all vehicles are subject
to a noise test. Please see the noise testing regulations to
see how this is measured.
This will cover everything you need to know about the day from
rules of the event, through to bike preperation, riding techniques
and circuit information.
Also known as 'ducks and drakes', the familiarisation laps are
give you a chance to experience each bend behind a pace bike at a
reduced speed and get a feel for the racing line.
Track Time Begins
On a sessioned track day, track time normally begins with the
advanced group. Warm your tyres, start off slow and build up your
pace up throughout the day.
Extra Mini Brefings
On our sessioned track days we provide extra mini-briefings for
the novice group on body positioning, track riding techniques and
the circuit (correct racing line and corners to look out for).
All of these sessions are included in the price of your day!