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Motorcycle Track Attack




Castrol Raceway and the Edmonton Motorcycle Road Racing Association (EMRA) are excited to announce "Track Attack" motorcycle track days at Castrol Raceway.  If you have a great time riding your bike on the street—imagine riding on an open track with none of the hazards of street riding and all of the safety of a closed course.  An environment where you can really open it up and push your limits.   Events are open to riders of every skill level.  Each event will group riders into 3 groups, Novice, Intermediate, and Racer (race license required).  Also new riders can purchase Performance riding schools through On Track Performance  
www.ontrackperformance.ca for personalized track based learning.  Each event will have experienced riders available in order to help you enjoy your day.

 

 

Monday               May 19        9am-4pm

Monday               May 26        4:30pm- 9:30pm

Monday               June 9         4:30pm- 9:30pm

Friday                  June 27       4:30pm- 9:30pm

Friday                  July 18        4:30pm- 9:30pm

Friday                  August 1      4:30pm- 9:30pm

Friday                  Sept 5         4:30pm- 9:30pm


Evening Track Attack

$150.00 pre registered

$175.00 Ride up

 

 

Full day Track Attack:

$250.00 pre registered

$285.00 Ride up

 

Please Note: Advance Registration is highly recommended; limited space availability. Pre-register on-line here:

Purchase you Track Attack Event:




Purchase your EMRA membership here:

 

 

 

 

Rider Requirements

 

 

Some basic bike preparation is necessary to participate in a Track Attack event. Many people ride their bike to the track and prep their bike before the session starts and this is adequate as long as new riders are ready to go before the track walk. Basic Bike Prep includes:
* Tape up all glass and plastic lenses
* Mirrors (it is recommended to remove mirrors)
* Headlight and Taillight (be sure to unplug the lights as it might burn the tape onto the lens) 
* Signal lights
* Change out coolant and replace with water - Please do this at home as the track will not facilitate coolant changes 
* Use distilled water with some form of lubricant like Water Wetter or Cool Down
* Wire up side-stand 
* Ensure the bike is in good working order 
* Tires are in good shape and are clear of cracks and have adequate tread remaining 
* No leaks; for example, engine fluids are contained, fork seals are good, and all hoses are in good shape 
* Bodywork and other items are securely fastened to the motorcycle
* No bike will be allowed on the track if the organizers deem the bike to be unsafe

 

For more information or to schedule personalized training please visit www.ontrackperformance.ca