The circuit, which was co-developed by Formula 1 track builder Hermann Tilke, has 12 bends with a length of just under three kilometres and offers ideal conditions for deepening the riding techniques required for everyday motorcycling.
|per rider||€798.00 $887.74 ?|
|Catering accompanying person||€50.00 $55.62 ?|
|Individual training 2 days||€1,595.00 $1,774.37 ?|
|Exclusively rented route|
|Emergency doctor and ambulance service|
|Mineral water, coffee, fruit|
|Everything that is not specified under Benefits|
|Overnight stay in a hotel|
|Minimum number of participants 50 participants (per event day)|
|Equipment: Technically perfect motorcycle in accordance with the StVZO, protective clothing, back protector, helmet (ECE standard), motorcycle boots, gloves. Recommended tyres: Sports tyres, profiled racing tyres are also permitted, but at the Driving Centre Baden expressly no slicks and no tyre warmers.|
|Training contents: Circular track training, eye tracking, handling, riding and braking exercises, guided laps, sitting position, hanging-off technique|
|Riding skills: The training is basically suitable for all motorcyclists from beginners to sporty oriented experts and for almost all types of motorcycles. This course is only unsuitable for absolute beginners. We expressly point out that the Curve School is also and especially suitable for 125cc and riders of 48 HP motorcycles. We also offer special 125cc groups on request.|
|Recommendation for overnight stay (to be booked on your own): The B&B Hotel am Baden Airpark is only about 3 minutes away from the site.|
|Accompanying persons are very welcome as spectators. We recommend arriving at the track together, as the security personnel close the entrance gate during the day.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
This training offers the best possible individual support and a daily routine that is perfectly adapted to the success of the training. It is the ideal place to discuss and train topics such as gaze control, line selection, braking, seating position and hanging-off technique.
This training is aimed at all motorcyclists who want to work on their cornering technique and refine it further. The participants are divided into groups as homogeneous as possible (maximum 7 riders per group) and supervised by experienced instructors. The training starts in different parts of the track, which are ridden by each group one after the other. For this purpose we have the handling course, the circular track and a large free section of the track at our disposal. Afterwards, we go in small groups over the whole track to further train what we have learned. The instructors show the right line and give valuable tips and suggestions. Free riding is also on the program for the fast groups.
The training also offers excellent opportunities for sports motorcyclists and experienced race track riders to further improve their individual skills. In the more athletic groups of the cornering school, the emphasis is particularly on eye tracking, seating position, line selection and the hanging-off technique with the notorious grinding of the kneepad over the asphalt.
Training program (example)
individual arrival, registration, check-in, welcome, rider briefing
09.00 - 13.00 hours
Division and section training into groups
13.00 - 14.00 hours
14.00 - 18.00 hours
Time block laps
Farewell and end of training