These are our waivers and course rules, which must be agreed to and signed on site by each student. Please read these, and make sure you fully understand and agree before you book a spot in our programs. You can download and print by clicking on the buttons bellow.
Cornering School, and all other programs on Little 99 Raceway
Even though we run this class on a race track, we do not tolerate excessive speed. You are responsible for keeping up etiquette and fairness. No passing unless Coach specifically allows it. We don’t require full racing gear, but you are responsible for your own safety. This training is for licensed or non-licensed riders possible and requires:
- Be on time for the class. It begins with critical lessons and briefing which is obligatory. Study this map to find the gate to the track:
- Proper street rider gear (1 piece or 2 piece) leather or textile gear is fine as long it has all protectors (elbow, knee) in the right places is recommended. Also external protectors are fine (examples). A helmet, and at least ankle covering riding boots and motorcycle gloves are required. Riding Jeans are fine if they have knee protectors. Additional regulations for US-Air Force members may apply (see below).
- No bike preparation required. Just make sure your tires and brake pads have enough life remaining and that your bike has no leaks.
- We do not provide health or vehicle insurance. All incidences on track are your own responsibility.
- If possible, we shoot tons of pictures of your CSD class, which are free for download on our SBC gallery.
- General policy’s below apply.
Track (other than on Little 99 Raceway) Requirements
(Track Days, Track Drill)
- Bring good riding skills.
- Have a medical insurance, because Superbike-Coach Corp does NOT provide medical insurance.
- Street riding gear is OK with us, but here is our definition so that you are on our page:
- Uncrashed DOT full face helmet
- One-piece or two-piece zip-together, in leather or textile (or equivalent). If not zip-able, then we require a back protector which also covers the lower back area, but be aware that race track marshalls could take you out (this is not on us!). Nobody else but you is responsible for the road rash you’re getting.
- Motorcycle-specific boots (foot ankle covering) and motorcycle gloves
- Back protector is is required when pants and jacket are not zip-able
- Ear plugs are also recommended
- “Sparking” knee pucks are NOT allowed though
- Bike must pass a technical inspection. Good tires, no leaks, good brakes, proper chain slack, etc.
- Prepared bike:
- Tape headlight and brake/tail light and mirrors (or remove them)
- Safety wired or taped action camera mounts
- Sign waivers…both the racetrack’s waiver and our company one. You will not be allowed to ride unless you agree to the terms and sign the waiver (or the minor waiver, for riders under 18). No agreement- no riding.
- Track Day and Track Drill services will be held in rain or shine. Gate will be open. No partial or full refunds possible.
- Group specific rules:
- D group: Passing inside or outside (6 feet buffer)
- C group : Passing inside or outside (5 feet buffer)
- B group: Passing inside or outside (4 feet buffer)
- B+ group: Passing inside or outside (3 feet buffer)
- A group: No passing restrictions
- Acknowledge the entire article ‘How to prepare for a track day‘
- General policy’s below apply.
General Rental Bike Policy (all programs)
Our rentals include tires, gas, and transport to/from the location. If the bike breaks down with a technical failure we’ll try to repair it, but we can’t guarantee you’ll be able to continue — we’ll work this out with you fairly. As with a regular car rental contract, you’ll have to pay the rental fee and provide a security deposit in cash (car rentals do this via credit card); you’ll get this deposit back after the class if you haven’t damaged the the bike. You have to provide this deposit whether or not you purchase the optional protection plan, which covers all damage you do beyond the security deposit — even if you total our bike.
General Rain Policy (all programs)
All programs, including Wheelie Course, Knee Down, Track Day and Track Drill events/services will be held in rain or shine (no refund or rain check possible). The track gate will be open for your use. No partial or full refunds possible. If possible — but not guaranteed — we’ll try to reschedule the program ASAP and to make it work. Again, no partial or full refunds/rain checks are possible.
General Cancellation & Refund Policy (all programs)
Cancel more than 14 days before event: Partial refund possible (- $25 cancellation fee per booked spot). Rescheduling possible.
Cancel less than 14 days before the event: No refund possible. No rescheduling possible.
In all fairness- a ‘no-show’ for any reason can’t be refunded or easily rescheduled. Please don’t even ask. There are riders on waiting lists who would have take an empty spot, so please don’t ask.
Superbike-Coach Corp reserves the right to change terms and conditions at any time without prior notice. In the event that any changes are made, the revised terms and conditions shall be posted on this website immediately. In case we have to reschedule an event and the new date doesn’t work for you- we can transfer you to any other scheduled date of your choice while a refund is not possible in this case.
General Long Travel Suggestions
We suggest to also reserve a reschedule insurance with a flight reservation or such if necessary.
Members Of The US – Air Force (all programs)
Air Force students must bring and to wear 100% Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 100% of the time while operating a motorcycle in our courses. It is mandatory that Air Force Personnel follow the requirements of the ‘Air Force Traffic Safety Regulation’. The following reference applies to Air Force members: AFI 91-207 para:
3.5.4. Personal Protective Equipment. Motorcycle, ATV and Three-Wheeled vehicle riders will wear: (T-0) 22.214.171.124. Head Protection. A helmet, certified to meet current Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 218 (DOT), United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Standard 22.05, British Standard 6658, or Snell Standard M2005 or higher, shall be worn and properly fastened under the chin. For personnel riding motorcycles and ATVs outside the United States, helmets must also meet the host nation standards. Commanders may authorize use of combat helmets for operating tactical vehicles (e.g., motorcycles and ATVs) during operations and training based on a formal risk assessment IAW AFI 90-802. If time critical, a real time risk assessment will be used. (T-0) 126.96.36.199. Eye Protection. Goggles, wrap around glasses, or a full-face shield designed to meet or exceed American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Standard Z87.1, or UNECE 22.05 or BS6658 in effect when manufactured, will be properly worn. A windshield does not constitute proper eye protection. Host nation equivalent is acceptable if it meets or exceeds ANSI Standard Z87.1. (T-0) 188.8.131.52. Protective Clothing. Wearing of long sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers and full-fingered gloves or mittens is required. Gloves or mittens will be made from leather or other abrasion-resistant material. Wearing of a motorcycle jacket and pants constructed of abrasion resistant materials such as leather, Kevlar(r) and/or Cordura(r) containing impact absorbing padding is strongly encouraged. Riders should select PPE that incorporates fluorescent colors and retro-reflective material. (T-0) 184.108.40.206. Foot Protection. Foot protection includes sturdy over-the-ankle footwear that affords protection for the feet and ankles. (T-0) 220.127.116.11. Tactical Motorcycle and ATV Rider Protection. In addition to the above listed items, government-owned motorcycles and ATV operators during off-road operations should also wear knee pads, shin guards and padded full-fingered gloves.
By making an online booking, you fully accept and agree to our policy, rules, and waiver. We don’t give a refund just because you didn’t read this properly.