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superbike school in tie-up with Dainese

The California Superbike School has taken on Italian brand Dainese as a safety partner. The school says the provision of Dainese gear will give instructors and pupils the protection required to let them concentrate on riding drills and training on track. The partnership was unveiled at the training school’s Women’s Day at Oulton Park on 30 April.

Dainese makes D-air suits, back protectors, gloves and boots, as well as AGV helmets, and the deal means California Superbike School coaches will have access to the “most advanced motorcycle safety equipment on the planet”.

The school will also have the support of the Dainese Show Truck at every round with two Dainese protection experts, a wide range of stock and accessories.

Dainese London store manager Liz Porter said: “Dainese London is happy to announce the partnership with California Superbike School by providing CSS instructors with the latest D-air technology available on market, AGV helmets and the best head to toe safety.”

Founded by Keith Code in 1980, the California Superbike School provides motorcycle track tuition. Famous racers such as Thomas Luthi, Leon Camier and Bradley Ray have progressed through the school, alongside thousands of everyday road riders. Attendees can use their own bikes and safety gear or hire Ducati motorcycles – and now Dainese and AGV safety kit too.

The school will visit an eclectic line-up of circuits in 2019 – Donington Park, Bedford Autodrome, Oulton Park, Brands Hatch, Cadwell Park and Mondello Park in Ireland.


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