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Knee Down or Body Positioning class

What is actually the difference of our Knee Down and the Body Positioning class?! We get this question a lot, and the answer is pretty simple… the purpose.

Mini bike in our knee down classWhile the Body Positioning class covers the whole 9 yards- the Knee Down class center focuses to finally get that knee dragging over the asphalt. So that’s for those who are close as they can be. Guess what our general knee drag success ratio is?!… 18 of 20 are making it in average! Some trying for years to get it done doing track days and other schools. 18 of 20 baby!

We use a big oval at Little 99 Raceway in Stockton for the knee class and also have our mini bike in action all day long. I can tell ya… this class is like a Marine Corp boot camp and fun as hell. We also do this program always on the Saturday before our Wheelie Course, so that riders with longer travels have the opportunity to extend the fun with us to a full weekend.

superbikecoach_kneedown_2020_Oct17_Feature-Pics_24The Body Positioning class uses the entire track and we do this program only ones per year. This covers the do’s and the don’ts, challenging subjects and track sessions, and detail you won’t get anywhere else.

Guess what… those classes are coming up- in a perfect order actually. The Body Positioning class will be on 3/13/2022, and there are only 4 spots left so you better go for it. The Knee Down class will be on 4/9/2022, and there are 7 spots left. So if you are not getting the knee down on 3/13/- you could let Superbike-Coach help with the magic on 4/9/ to finish it off.

Headcoach Can Akkaya, Superbike-Coach Corp

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First Superbike-Coach Class of 2022

The first Superbike-Coach class of 2022 has been finished. Cornering Day 2 is a huge eye opener. Hard to explain, so let’s get signed up :-)

Headcoach Can Akkaya, Superbike-Coach Corp

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Merry Christmas from Superbike-Coach

The Superbike-Coach team wishes ya’ll a Merry Christmas!

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Congrats to all Cornering School day 1 to 3 students

Huge thanks to Superbike-Coach photographer Dean Lonskey for all those years of determination, commitment and effort, but especially for loyalty and friendship.

Headcoach Can Akkaya, Superbike-Coach Corp

A&S Motorcycles pays lunch at Superbike-Coach class

Superbike-Coach Spot Situation

I know it isn’t easy to find class spots at Superbike-Coach right now. We are banging on all cylinders actually. Pretty much all classes are booked up- or about to. Waiting lists are bursting already. Actually, when considering that this is all based on word-of-mouth and is like this since the last 8 years!

Anyways, I thought I can give you a suggestion on a strategy here. Important is that you are not just on some waiting list- also go and secure the next available by booking it, otherwise you also risk to be left out. Then you let us know on which waiting list for an earlier class you want to be. An opening will be announced to the entire waiting list, and if you are quick- you’d be in. Crucial is, that you don’t waist time by asking us to move your spot there… you go gook it immediately, and then discuss with us what to do with the credit.

In fact there are some openings right now: 4x Suspension Workshop & Track Time on 7/25/, 2x Road Skill 1on3 on 8/1/, 3x Cornering Day 3 on 8/8/, 7x Cornering Day 1 on 9/12/, and so on. So, go for it…

By this way… The last cornering day 2 class was sponsored by A&S Motorcycles Roseville. These guys took care of everyone’s lunch check. Now how cool is this?! I wonder if they are going to do this more often now :-) :-) :-)

Headcoach Can Akkaya, Superbike-Coach Corp