Tue 13th October
Admission to the venue is free for trackday events. All Track Days are run with a noise limit as stated above
BIG STARS – SMALL GROUPS
With a James Whitham Motorcycle Track Training Day you will receive group and one-to-one tuition from James or one of our other world class coaches within a small group coaching environment. We will cover everything you will need to know to give you the confidence to either take part in your first track day, or improve your track riding / racing technique, whether you are a novice or an advanced rider.
Unlike usual motorbike track days, the maximum number of riders we have on track is just 20 and we endeavour to have a minimum of one coach to every ten riders. This ensures you receive the best quality, rider-focused coaching. Although we may include some classroom based sessions if the weather is bad, the focus will be on the practical application of riding technique on the track.
At the briefing we split into three groups based on experience. Like a track day we run 20 minutes on track and 40 minutes off. Coaches will give generic feedback to the group between sessions on aspects such as where you need to be on the track, general technique, body position issues, etc., as well as specific feedback to individuals on learning points for them after following riders in the sessions.
- On two day events you can book either or both days.
- Anglesey Circuit track training days are £195.00 each.
- If you book both days of the two day events a discount of 5% is given.
- The days run from 09:00 to 17:00 with signing on and briefing between 08:15 and 08:45.
- Photographs of the day are included in the price.
- Free tea and coffee all day.
- All coaching is included in the price.
What you will need:
- A mechanically sound bike with a maximum noise level of 103dB(A).
- If you need to hire a bike we recommend https://www.trackbikehireuk.co.uk
- An ACU Gold Standard approved helmet.
- Full leathers (can be two-piece with full zip).
- Leather gloves.
- Leather motorcycle boots.
- To be a competent motor cycle rider.