June 18 & 19 Thu/Fri 2020
Oct 5 & 6 Mon/Tues 2020
Streets of Willow, 1.5 hr n of LA
Desire, Discipline, Determination, Dedication.
These four qualities are inextricably tied together for a rider who wants to really steepen their learning curve and become a more excellent rider. The students of D-DAY are a group of riders who want to knuckle down and learn. If you want more, if you want to really increase your skill in two days, from whatever level you are now, Reg and the team will help you reach your goals. It’s your chance to get the best instruction and the most of it of any CLASS all year long. All in a two-day school with only 12 participants.
It’s for street riders and it’s for track riders. At CLASS we work to develop each rider individually. We will teach you to be a better rider from where you are – whether you’re an occasional Sunday rider or an aspiring racer. In addition to Reg in the classroom and on the track with you, his team of experienced, fun loving instructors are ready to give you as much one on one help as you want, or to leave you alone once you’re on your way.
Why CLASS D-Day?
One reason is experience. CLASS not only has a rich history of victory, but they also have a long history of teaching successful techniques to thousands of CLASS graduates. Reg has been teaching since 1972, well before his first AMA championship. But more than that, he has a unique ability to explain technique and his riding philosophy in a way street riders of all abilities can understand and use. Don’t let his gray hair fool you. Reg is still sharp as a knife when it comes to riding and observing and relaying what it takes to help you ride better! And he has hand chosen his helpers very carefully, based on their skill but also on their willingness to learn and ability to teach others. These guys are good and they can help you ride well.
D-Day or the standard CLASS school?
The CLASS standard school taken two days back to back is an amazing experience for riders who come to listen, ride and learn. And our new two day CLASS is a step up on the standard school (see calendar). But the D-Day school offers even more than either of those – a lot more. Over the two days of the D-Day school we will take you through from beginning to end. That means a couple of new drills that work you in a way we could never do in a CLASS standard school. You’ll also have double team instructors to work with you – a lot. They will lead and follow, and give lots of perspective on what you can do to make it better. They will video you and then sit down with you to watch it right afterward. That picture is worth a thousand words.
So you will get your classroom time with Reg and the other 11 students, plus your instructors will work personally with specific feedback. Want more? Let us know what you need, we got it.
At the end of the first day of school you will join the gang for a good evening meal. Time for lots of chat and benchracing, and you’re welcome to be inquisitive and ask those questions that only came up while you were getting ready for dinner. Then it’s off for a good night’s rest and we’ll start all over again the next the morning.
D-Day Class includes:
- Two days of CLASS intensive training at Streets of Willow
- CLASS size is limited to 12 students
- Dinner the first night with Reg & the CLASS instructors
- Catered lunch both days at the track with CLASS team
- The best in personalized, one:one attention – lots of it
- Learning, fun and camaraderie not found in any other school.
- $1695 includes two days plus two lunches and one dinner.
Since we run just one group on track, we ask you to pre-qualify with us. Give us a call (805) 933-9936, let’s chat and then if you’re ready, sign up for D-Day! Join us for a motorcycling experience you will never forget.
A D-Day review so good, we posted it on our blog… “Motorcycle riding is an art form. With each passing year and every mile behind in my rear-view mirror, I appreciate that observation with increasing gravitas. As a lifelong guitarist, playing both professionally and simply for fun, logging thousands of hours practicing and polishing my playing, I think I can safely say that the similarity between attempting to master a musical instrument and attempting to master riding a motorcycle has far more similarities than differences.” Read more…
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