Triumph continues its association with California Superbike School to train and promote safe riding

Triumph Motorcycles has partnered with the California Superbike School (CSS) for the fourth year in a row, to bring world-class motorsports skills to talented enthusiasts and equip them with responsible and safe riding practices. Actor Amit Sadh who owns a Triumph Street triple RS also attended the track training session.

The Street Triple range (RS and S) was available to trainers at CSS, to impart specialised training and skill sets to all the riders attending the training. The perfectly balanced machines offer a blend of torque, responsiveness, agility, poise and purpose. With more power, light weight construction and an easy to ride design, they inspire complete confidence both on the track and on the roads.

The three day training session at CSS is designed to improve all round motorcycling skills. Riders receive the most effective progression of skill sets for learning the techniques of riding and cornering, and become better and safer riders. The module of training rotates between theory and practical sessions with three students per instructor, which ensures close monitoring and constant feedback.

The California Superbike School (CSS) is one of the foremost motorcycle racing school in the world. It was founded by the legendary Keith Code, the best-known and most successful on-track motorcycle instructor in the world. CSS operates across 27 countries and first came to South East Asia in 2010 when it set up camp in India at the MMSC Track in Chennai. Over the last eight years it has trained hundreds of students successfully.

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