EIGHT Australian instructors from the California Superbike School (CSS) on February 7 and 8 will hold an advanced rider training to hone the skills of at least 40 Filipino motorcyclists at the Clark International Speedway in Pampanga.
The team will be led by Steve Brouggy, who holds a Level 4 (Master) coaching status at the CSS, and is the only trainer at the school who is authorized to conduct the riding training program even without CSS head and founder Keith Code in attendance. Brouggy and his team will share technical elements of motorcycle riding based on the different skill levels of the participants.
Brouggy, who has 18 years of coaching experience, has trained riders in Australia, US, UK, New Zealand, Malaysia, India and Taiwan.
Joining Brouggy is Stephanie Redman, who should be able to address the concerns of women riders in the country. Redman has been involved with the CSS for more than two years.
“Although I enjoy the personal journey the schools have put me on, the most rewarding part is seeing how genuinely stoked the students are when they overcome a barrier in their riding—that’s what really makes me love this job,” Redman said. “I have been lucky enough to work with students in places such as New Zealand, US and Taiwan, and I am pleased to say that I will be able to add the Philippines to the list.”
CSS was founded by Code in the US in 1981. It has trained more than 150,000 riders worldwide, and has even produced champions in various top-level international motorcycle race series.
CSS’s stop in the Philippines, which will feature BMW Motorrads, Bridgestone tires, Alpinestars riding gear and Hitchpro accessories, is organized by the Tuason Racing School.
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