About a month ago, we reported about the return of one of the most renowned riding schools in the world, the California Superbike School (CSS) – Philippines this coming March 27 to 28, 2021.
Last Friday, February 26, Wheeltek Motor Sales Corporation, Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation (KMPC), Euro Monkeys, and Tuason Racing finally shook hands to seal the deal for CSS PH’s 8th Edition. During the simple ceremony held in Pasig, KMPC revealed that this year’s official track weapon will be the ZX-10RR. Yes, that’s the Ninja with two Rs.
What makes it special?
According to Kawasaki’s Henry Raquedan, the “RR” is the closest one could get into riding a real, Jonathan Rea-spec World Superbike Championship (WSBK) motorcycle. Besides top-shelf components and electronics worthy of racing, it is also the only non-supercharged, mass-production superbike to be given permission to display the Kawasaki River Mark badge, in recognition of its achievements in WSBK.
Also for this year, Wheeltek is proud to announce that the Philippines will be getting 10 units of the limited-edition 2021 ZX-10RR. Interested buyers may contact Kawasaki branches in Makati, Imus, Cabanatuan, and Davao for more info.
The 2021 California Superbike School Philippines is now open for registration. The class charges PhP45,000 for one Level 1 class. There's also a discounted PhP85,000 all-in fee for 2 levels. This includes 2 days of training (1 level of training per day) with food and drinks, use of the track with instructors from a pool of international riders, and giveaways from the organizers and sponsors.