More On California Superbike School’s 40th Anniversary Season In 2020

More On California Superbike School’s 40th Anniversary Season In 2020

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California Superbike School celebrates their 40th year with a jam packed schedule of dates and a brand new fleet of 2020 BMW S1000RRs


Los Angeles (January 4, 2020) – California Superbike School, the world’s foremost advanced rider training motorcycle school, has built a solid reputation with their step by step program and methodical training approach. 2020 marks 40 years of helping riders improve their cornering skills around the globe.


Their 2020 U.S. schedule is packed with 86 days of training at 10 different tracks including Laguna Seca, Barber Motorsports Park, The Ridge, Virginia International Raceway, and New Jersey Motorsports park. Additionally, the California Superbike School has updated their fleet so that anyone can ride the 2020 BMW S1000RR in the M package (there are also bring-your-own bike options). Full gear rental is also available.


The California Superbike School has trained 153,000 students, most of whom are regular street riders. Racers also occasionally attend with their graduates claiming 65 National and World racing championships. Keith’s teachings have been the basis for motorcycle riding programs all over the country and along with his son, Dylan Code, have brought more technology and advanced metrics into the program to better educate students of all skill levels and learning styles.


For a full list of school dates, please see their website:


To learn more about California Superbike School, go to visit the website. You can also follow on social media via Instagram, and Facebook.



After a four year stint of one-on-one coaching beginning in 1976, Keith Code founded the California Superbike School in 1980. In the 40 years since, California Superbike School has stretched not only nationwide, but around the globe — serving 153,000 students. Their step by step system has been tested and refined through the years into a world-class program that is held as the gold standard worldwide. To learn more, please visit

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