Valid on 14 April 2020 only.
- A Class: For experienced sports riders & aspiring club riders. Passing allowed anywhere.
- B Class: For intermediate sports riders out for some fun. Passing on outside of corners and straights only.
- C Class: For Novice riders and those requiring one-on-one training. Passing on main straight only.
- D Class: For junior development, 250 production, lightweight production and bucket riders only.
- E Class: For club riders who hold an MNZ racing licence only.
About Mega Motorcycle Centre:
Over time the Motorcycling Canterbury Club has found a need to introduce new riders to the sport by holding "Advanced Rider Training Days ". These days give the street rider the opportunity to experience the racetrack environment, which permits the freedom of speed only limited by the ability of the rider. The "Advanced Rider Training Day" is open to anyone wishing to try out the sport. All you need is a motorcycle, leather riding gear (one piece or zip together) and a willingness to try something exciting. You DO NOT need a motorcycle road licence. You DO NEED a motorcycle that is in good general and safe condition.
The team can show you correct cornering techniques, that will allow you to ride faster and safer, so you can get the most out of your motorcycle in the place where it is the safest place to do so - the race track!
From this experience many have joined the club and competed in their events. Some have gone on to compete in NZ nationals and overseas events, like World Grand Prix. If this sounds like you, check out the preparation details and we will see you there.
Valid from Apr 14, 2020
Expires Apr 14, 2020
Limit: 4 per user and 4 as gift for others
Bookings essential. Subject to availability. This experience is R18. Valid on 14 April 2020 only. Must be used by 1 person in 1 visit. Valid for the class stipulated on coupon. E Classes are for club riders who hold an MNZ racing licence only. All classes do NOT need a motorcycle road licence. Provide yourself with A motorcycle helmet that is in good condition; a good clean visor, or goggles is recommended; Leather boots, motocross or touring type will do; Leather gloves; Full racing or touring leathers or, leather jacket of motorcycle riding type (not dress type), leather motorcycle pants which zip to the jacket. Bike Preparation: You will need some duct tape, tie wire or electrical zip ties; Tyres must be up to W.O.F. standard; Mirrors need to be removed, or taped; Handlebar ends need to be plugged; Lights and indicators to be taped (duct tape) or better still, removed; Side stands, passenger footrests and centre stands need to be wired up (tie wire or electrical zip ties) or taken off; No oil or radiator leaks - check your sump plug; If your sump plug has a lock wire hole drilled in it, wire it up; Bring some tools to prepare your bike; Allow enough time to do this at the track or do it the night before and trailer your motorbike to the track; Remember to check tyre pressures, chain tension, oil and water levels, brake fluid levels, brake pads and bring fuel. Rider Preparation: Bring water to drink water during the day; Machine examination is required for all bikes check the above for your safety.
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that apply to all deals.