California Superbike School Returning To India

California Superbike School Returning To India

© 2024, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By California Superbike School:

California Superbike School returns to India.

 

The California Superbike School (CSS) is making a return to the Madras International Circuit in Chennai, India. Having been a regular presence at the 12-turn, 2.3-mile circuit since 2009, the school is holding two 3-day weekend events January 26-28 and February 2-4.

 

California Superbike School instructors and students at a previous event at Madras International Circuit in Chennai, India. Photo by Aditya Bedre, courtesy California Superbike School.
California Superbike School instructors and students at a previous event at Madras International Circuit in Chennai, India. Photo by Aditya Bedre, courtesy California Superbike School.

 

Lead Instructor Dylan Code shared his thoughts on the upcoming events, saying, “Typically, we bring together our international coaches from the UK, USA, Australia, Poland, and Greece for the India events. Visiting India is a far out experience for our coaches, providing a change of pace. The track is fun and in good condition but probably the best part is the Indian students. They come with enthusiasm and eagerness that’s off the charts, and that amps us up, too. We don’t just get wealthy riders showing up. There is an emerging middle class there and also a program in place to provide school seats to riders who would otherwise not be able to afford the training.”

 

California Superbike School students in the classroom at Madras International Circuit in Chennai, India. Photo by Aditya Bedre, courtesy California Superbike School.
California Superbike School students in the classroom at Madras International Circuit in Chennai, India. Photo by Aditya Bedre, courtesy California Superbike School.

 

Code also mentioned CSS’s international activities, stating, “During the off-season in the USA, we take the opportunity to visit our foreign branches in Australia and Asia. We recently did schools in Taiwan and will return to the Philippines in April. For those interested in the idea of ‘running away with the circus,’ we are always looking for riders willing to put in the hard work and time to train as a professional coach with us.”

 

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