One of the most renowned riding schools in the world is returning this coming February 15 to 16 2020, at the Clark International Speedway in Mabalacat, Pampanga. The California Superbike School (CSS) Philippines, now in its 7th year, promises to showcase world-class teaching methods performed by an international pool of coaches from the USA, Australia and Europe.
“We feel that Wheeltek and Kawasaki have the same heart,” said Teench Layosa Doval Santos, Vice President for Sales, Marketing & Customer Support Division, Kawasaki Motors Philippines, Inc. She further added that, like Wheeltek, it's not all about business, but also about giving back to the community by providing motorcycle riders with the opportunity to improve their riding skills, hence, making their motorcycle riding experience a lot safer on the road. “It's not just to sell, promote or market motorcycles, but also for all the riders to [have] good knowledge and skills for riding.”
From left: Kawasaki executives, Henry Raquedan and Teench Layosa Doval Santos; Wheeltek Motor Sales Corp. VP for Sales and Marketing, Roscoe Odulio; CSS Philippines' Raniel Resuello; and Emil Banno.
We 've had our own firsthand experience with the CSS 2 years ago (The Science Behind Safer Superbike Riding) and can attest that what we've learned from the track proved invaluable for safer riding on the road. Bad riding habits that we grew up on riding were also eliminated with the help of proper coaching from the CSS instructors.
The 2020 California Superbike School Philippines is now open for registration. The fee is only PhP85,000 for two (2) levels. Interested applicants may inquire through their official Facebook page.