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FAQ

1. Classroom: After registration, head instructor Michel Mercier starts with a 90 minute in-depth discussion on riding theory and skill development. Then you get suited up for the race track while the class is broken into 3 groups of approximately 10 riders, each group with it's own experienced instructor.

2. Track Time: you ride 7 track sessions, on average 9 to 12 minutes each. Each one is focussing on part of the techniques discussed earlier in class. You start by riding with the instructors to familarize yourself with the motorcycle and the race track. Each riding session has 3 parts: a briefing by head instructor Michel Mercier on what to practice and concentrate on, your ride on the track and then your group instructor's report so you can correct your mistakes on your next riding session.

3. Final Meeting: The day ends with a discussion, an award presentation for 'top riders of the day' and graduation certificates, the credential needed to buy a road racing license and more.

You don't need anything -- everything is supplied!

Motorcycles: We supply you with your choice of state of the art latest technology from Kawasaki, Yamaha and Suzuki. We give you the best possible tools to better your riding knowledge, the easiest possible way.

Protection: We dress you up with top quality road racing gear, making sure you feel safe and protected like you never have before. This includes Arai helmets and Joe Rocket leathers, EXUSTAR boots and 5FIVE gloves.

That depends. You can bring your own motorcycle and riding gear, or use ours. Prices are affected accordingly. A t-shirt and a change of clothes are also good ideas. There is plenty of water to drink between riding sessions, but if it's a very hot day you might want to bring a sports drink.

Lunch is not provided but the racetrack snack bar is open at lunch time offering the usual snack bar food. $10.00 is usually enough for a meal or you can bring your own food.

A professional photographer, Flair Photo will take digital pictures of all students while they're on the track. At the end of the day, you can have a look at your photos on Flair's computers and decide if you want to purchase a CD or prints.

But if you want to take your own pictures, then you are welcome to bring a camera!

We do not have a specific course for older riders because any older rider can fit in our regular program if they have some riding experience and are willing to learn more. Have a look at this and you will probably see that our courses can help out older riders in riding your motorcycle:

** Our FAST courses are geared to suit every type and level of riders **

Whether you're young or old, male or female, sport bike rider or touring enthusiast, with short time or long time of riding experience, we will teach you how to become a safer and more confident rider in a controlled structured environment while having fun.

Each course is for 33 riders divided into 3 groups according to their speed, experience and confidence. Only 1 group at a time is riding on the track making it a maximum of 12 riders on the track at the same time.

We have a conservative riders group for beginners and less experienced riders, We have an Intermediate riders group with a little more experience and confidence but not really focused on speeding, And we have a more experienced and confident riders grouo for the one searching for more speed.

Have also a look at REQUIREMENTS

The most common statements from the women: "I have improved more than I ever thought possible."... "I feel much safer now."

We do not have a specific course for women because any women rider can fit in our regular program if they have some riding experience and are willing to learn more. Have a look at this and you will probably see that our courses can help women out in riding their motorcycle:

** Our FAST courses are geared to suit every type and level of riders **

Whether you're young or old, male or female, sport bike rider or touring enthusiast, with short time or long time of riding experience, we will teach you how to become a safer and more confident rider in a controlled structured environment while having fun.

Each course is for 33 riders divided into 3 groups according to their speed, experience and confidence. Only 1 group at a time is riding on the track making it a maximum of 12 riders on the track at the same time.

We have a conservative riders group for beginners and less experienced riders, We have an Intermediate riders group with a little more experience and confidence but not really focused on speeding, And we have a more experienced and confident riders searching for more speed.

Have also a look at REQUIREMENTS

You ride on real race tracks in order to provide controlled and safe conditions in an environment that approximates highway style roadways.

Shannonville Motorsport Park, ON

(2 hours east of Toronto, 3 1/2 hours west of Montreal, just off the 401).

Yes, after Phase 1 is completed, you will receive a special FAST graduation certificate that qualifies you for the purchase of a road racing licence needed to start road racing in the amateur ranks.

We run rain or shine. Some of the best teaching and learning can be done in wet conditions.

With motorcycle and riding gear supplied: $575 for 1 day.

Using your own motorcycle and riding gear: $399.00 per day

You may use your own approved riding gear if you prefer, but this does not change the price.

Yes, you can use your own motorcycle and approved riding gear if you prefer. The cost is $399.00 a day (+ GST), no insurance available.

You can reserve a spot by registering online or by telephone or mail. We accept VISA, Mastercard or personal cheques. The minimum deposit required to hold a spot is $300.00 per day. The remainder will be charged to your credit card 21 days before the day of your course.

By going on CALENDAR, you will see how many spots are still available for the different courses. When registering for a course, when choosing your bike, the system will let you know if there is still availability for your specific bike choice for your selected date..