It's time to put you and your bike through their paces with this full day track experience at Barbagallo Raceway.
Are you tired of dodging potholes, traffic and speed cameras on your motorbike? Then it's time you took your bike to Barbagallo Raceway to see how you can both really perform!
This is a great chance for riders of all levels to get the most out of their bike on one of the best race tracks in Australia .
To start there is a full safety briefing and you will be divided into 3 groups according to your riding experience (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) then your bike and safety gear are checked to make sure you are safe before hitting the track!
Each group will have one ride session per hour (15-20 minutes ride time) with three sessions in the morning and four after lunch. Your skills are assessed as the day goes on giving you the chance to move up or down groups as the day goes on.
This is an awesome opportunity you to get the most out of your motorbike as well as to improve your riding technique and pick up some great tips from the Marshals and other riders.
The chance to ride your own bike around Barbagallo Raceway - this really is an opportunity not to be missed!
All great thanks
It was a very hot day but with plenty of water it was still a great experience & a lot of fun.
The staff are the best If is possible make a recor of time perlap in that way the rider can measure the progress during the day ??
1 word intense
Great day will surely be coming back soon!
This was my first time riding at the Barbagello track. I was anxious for weeks before, but after the first lap I was hooked. I loved the sound of my bike flatout up the straight and over the hill. I was left for dead by quicker and newer bikes, however I still had a very enjoyable time. My bike is 25 years old and still does a great job. My respect for these machines has increased enormously. I keep thinking about the day and talking about it to anyone who is interested. The other riders I spoke to were all very friendly and helpful. I felt safer on the track than on the roads. This was a Christmas present from my son in law who got me back on a bike after many years of not owning one.