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Feb 20, 2003

California Superbike School Expands To 12 Countries

From a press release issued by California Superbike School:<BR><BR>Expanding California Superbike School<BR>To Conduct Classes in 12 Countries in 2003<BR><BR>Los Angeles / -- The California Superbike School ( announced it will conduct classes for motorcyclists in 12 countries during the 2003 calendar year. Founded in 1980 by motorcycle racing legend Keith Code, the Los Angeles based school established permanent branches in England and Australia in the 1990s. This year, in addition to its operations in the US, England, and Australia, Code's school will hold classes for riders in Ireland, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Sweden, Malaysia, and the Philippines.<BR><BR>"Once foreign students come to one of our schools they immediately want to share their new skills with friends at home - and this rider-to-rider, word-of-mouth dissemination is what's fueling our global expansion," says Code.<BR><BR>Code's school, which provides state-of-the-art on-track instruction focused on cornering for motorcyclists with previous riding experience, annually conducts approximately 60 school sessions in more than a dozen locations throughout the US. <BR><BR>"Our biggest problem is keeping up with the demand," says Code. "It usually takes one to two years to train a riding instructor in our procedures, and we only accept one out of every twenty-five who try out.<BR><BR>More than 100,000 riders, including more than 15 US Superbike champions, have benefited from Code's cornering technology. <BR><BR>"With all the interest in schools, I have to admit it is fun being number one in the world," says Code.<BR><BR>Those wanting more information (or wishing to contact Code) can call the Los Angeles office at 323-224-2734, or fax 323-227-7877.<BR><BR>For school dates and locations visit<BR><BR><BR><BR>;
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