California Superbike School (CSS) will be back in India this month. This is the fourth time they are organising the race school in India. Founded in 1980 by Keith Code, the school has trained over 150,000 riders in 27 countries for racing series like the World Superbike Championship (WSBK) and even MotoGP. In India, CSS has trained over 300 students in the first three years of operation.
TVS and BMW Motorrad are the official partners for this year’s school. TVS will be renting out their race prepped Apache RTR 180 for riders and BMW will be providing the coaches with S1000RRs. The school will be held at the Madras Motor Sports Club race track (MMSC) in Chennai.
The school is divided in two 3-day courses. The first slot will be held from January 18th to 20th and the second will be held from January 25th to 27th. However, the seats for both the slots are full for this year’s event. Next time if you are interested to attend this course, you can register here.