How to race a motorcycle: Motorcycle Racing Schools in Australia

Motorcycle Racing schools in Australia

Australia Motorcycle Race SchoolsLearning to ride a motorcycle doesn’t end with the Basic Rider course. Improving riding skill can be a continuous and, in fact, enjoyable adventure. If you are an experienced rider, you can take your riding skill to a whole new level at racing (cornering, speed) school. Whatever you want to call it. The confidence you will gain through an advanced skills course like one of the programs below, will improve your riding experience.

The programs below offer controlled, safe learning of new skills for becoming a better rider.

And, honestly, one of the best parts is that you get to go really fast!

Don’t stop learning to ride; go to an advanced riding school. You may like it so much, you actually start racing.

Here are a few of the best motorcycle racing schools in Australia:

Champion’s Ride Days (http://championsridedays.com.au/)

CRD is an official training provider of motorcycle racers and riders in Australia. They offer a professionally run rider training program that is developed to cater the needs of riders and racers who wanted to advance their riding skills to the next level in an enjoyable and qualified environment. The main goal of the training program is for riders to gain confidence and to improve their skills while having fun on the race track. The CRD Tuition course is available in three levels in order to cater every rider’s riding abilities and experiences. Their coaches are MA accredited and have many years of experience both in riding and coaching. CRD implement a curriculum that has been developed by general street riders and professional racers.  For more information about the CRD Tuition course, please call 07-5549-0364.

Superbike School Australia (http://www.superbikeschool.com.au/)


The Australian branch of Keith Code’s California Superbike School offers a step-by-step method for training riders in the exact skills of cornering motorcycles.  According to the founders of Superbike School, they are not famous racers or great businessmen but they were able to become recognized worldwide because the system of training they offer works and riders of different skills levels benefit from it. They offer training classes at Easter Creek Raceway, Phillip Island Circuit which is recognized as the Mecca of Motorcycle GP racing, and at Queensland Raceway. For more information, call them at 1300-793-423 or 1300-884-980.

Motorcycle Training with Andrea (http://www.mtwa.com.au/)

MTA or Motorcycle Training with Andrea is one of the newest and most qualified riding schools in Perth. According to their official website, they have been working on the motorcycle training scene for five years now and have decided to focus on different courses from the beginner to advanced riders. The foundation of their riding school is based on their desire to see more motorcycles on the roads of Western Australia. Their instructors are trained and licensed by the Department of Transportation and have many years of motorcycle experience. For more information, please call Andrea at 0413-088-924.

Queensland Motorcycle School (http://www.queenslandmotorcycleschool.com.au/)

According to their official website, this motorcycle riding school is the Sunshine Coast’s leading motorcycle training and QRide Assessment center.  They were established in 1997 and offer fully accredited instructors who have years of experience with both on road, race track skills and knowledge. Their philosophy is to teach correct riding techniques and safest road craft skills to establish a strong foundation to start their motorcycling experience. For more information, please call 1300-666-273 or 0412-577-429 or send an email to [email protected].


These are some of the motorcycle racing schools in the Australia.

Are we missing a school on our list? Or did you attend one of these schools and want to leave a review for future riders?

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