Utah Sport Bike Association

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ADVANCED
RIDER TRAINING

MASTER THE ART
OF MOTORCYCLE RIDING

NEW RACER
CERTIFICATION

REQUIRED COURSE
FOR NEW RACERS

NRC

UMC EAST
APRIL 20

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NRC

UMC WEST
JULY 12

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ART

TBD
TBD

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ART

TBD
TBD

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MASTER THE ART

Learn on YOUR bike how to tackle every turn with our team of professionally-trained instructors. This allows you to master your own motorcycle and immediately transfer your new skills to the real world.

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Our curriculum is powered by the Yamaha Champions Riding School (YCRS) — the same people who train the top riders in the country. The YCRS curriculum focuses on what the best riders do and apply those techniques to whatever experience or speed each student has. Class sizes are capped at 30 students to ensure a low instructor-to-student ratio so you get the maximum personal growth from the course, regardless of what riding experience you came with.

MOTORCYCLE
REQUIREMENTS

TIRES
Tires should be less than five years old and have at least 3/32” tread depth.

CONDITION
This means nothing hanging off, general cleanliness, thick brake pads, good chain and sprocket, good fork seals, and NO LEAKS.

COOLANT
There is no need to replace your glycol coolant for an ART class, but if your bike has ANY overheating issues, please get them fixed before attending.

SAFETY
REQUIREMENTS

HELMET
DOT and Snell approved full-face motorcycle helmet

GLOVES AND BOOTS
Leather (gauntlet-style) motorcycle specific riding gloves

BOOTS
Solid leather boots covering the ankle that have little or no heel.

SUIT
Motorcycle specific leather or Cordura jacket and pants

OTHER
Motorcycle specific spine protectors are encouraged

NEW RACER
CERTIFICATION

If you’ve never raced before, or it’s been more than two years since you’ve held a novice or equivalent license with a recognized club, then you need to attend the New Racer Certification (NRC) class. The class is offered twice a year in conjunction with an Apex Trackday. We reserve an entire session for the day so we get just as much track time as everyone else.

The NRC course consists of classroom instruction and track time.  The classroom instruction includes track familiarization, safety procedures, race procedures, flags, track courtesy, and other items.  Track time will consist of sighting laps, practice sessions, practice starts, and a mock race. Once you’ve safely completed the course, you are eligible to purchase a race license.

MOTORCYCLE
REQUIREMENTS

TIRES
Tires should be less than five years old and have at least 3/32” tread depth.

TAPE
Tape mirrors, lenses and lights. It is recommended to remove the mirrors and disconnect the headlight but not required.

CONDITION
This means nothing hanging off, general cleanliness, thick brake pads, good chain and sprocket, good fork seals, and NO LEAKS.

COOLANT
No glycol-based coolant. Radiator and cooling system must be drained, flushed, and filled with water/WaterWetter.

SAFETY
REQUIREMENTS

HELMET
DOT and Snell approved full-face motorcycle helmet

GLOVES
Gauntlet-style gloves that overlap your leathers

BOOTS
Boots that extend above the ankle and overlap your leathers

SUIT
One-piece or two-piece leather suit with at least a 270-degree zipper + Back protector

2019 SCHOOL FEES

$ 0
ART
$ 0
NRC

FREE

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