Ride one of Australia’s best racetracks on your own bike alongside your professional instructor during this motorcycle track day at Queensland Raceway. Your instructor will give you tips and advice to make your track day the best it can be! This exciting ride day will be an unforgettable experience!
The Motorcycle Track Day starts bright and early at 7.30am when you arrive at the racetrack, sign on, fill out the required paperwork and show your motorcycle licence to the staff. You will also be graded according to your riding experience and ability and given a graded group armband to wear throughout the day. Then you can take your bike and helmet through scrutineering to make sure everything is in fine working order.
At 8am you will be taken through a track walk and tuition session with your instructor. Your instructor is there to offer support, advice and riding lines throughout the day. With your instructor you can discuss key points such as braking, cornering and body position. This tuition will maximise the benefits and enjoyment of your day.
At 9am there is a compulsory briefing for all riders. The briefing covers the safety points for the day, the flags that are used and what you can expect. Then the fun begins!
Throughout the day you will be taking turns riding on the track within your graded group – beginners, intermediate or advanced. All things going to plan, you should get seven ride sessions throughout the day, so you will spend approximately 15-20 minutes on the track each hour. It is also possible to change groups throughout the day, depending on your speed, comfort and competence.
Tea, coffee, Milo, water and orange drink as well as lollies and cookies are available free of charge. There is a canteen from which you may purchase food and drinks, or you are welcome to bring your own food if you wish.
There will also be a digital photographer on the track all day taking photos so you can have a fantastic memoir of the day to share with family and friends! These are available for purchase after the event.
Please note: In the event of rescheduling you must provide at least 48 hours notice and you will be charged a 25% administration fee.
This experience voucher is valid for 12 months from date of purchase.
Queensland Raceway, Ipswich – approximately 55km south-west of the Brisbane CBD.
This experience takes place on selected dates throughout the year. Days offered vary between weekends and weekdays and are subject to availability. This is a full day experience, from 7.30am-4.30pm. Please book at least six weeks in advance to secure your preferred date.
||Sunday, 15 Dec 2013
||Friday, 20 Dec 2013
||Sunday, 12 Jan 2014
||Sunday, 19 Jan 2014
||Monday, 27 Jan 2014
||Thursday, 30 Jan 2014
Last updated on 8 November 2013.
These dates are guidelines only and are subject to daily change.
We suggest you only purchase a voucher for one of the dates listed above if you plan to redeem your voucher and book the date today.
You must have a current motorcycle licence – open licence ONLY – which needs to be produced on the day. You need to wear leathers, boots, gloves and a helmet (Australian Standard Approved). One or two piece leathers are mandatory. You can hire leathers, boots and gloves for $75 from the supplier.
The price quoted is for one person. There will be approximately 100 other participants on the day and there may be approximately 20-30 people on the track at any one time. Tips and tuition are given in small groups.
Spectators are welcome at no extra charge. There are canteen facilities and spectators can watch from the pits or from select view points around the track. All tracks allow for full spectator viewing and allow you to talk with your family and friends when you come in from each session.
The experience may be affected by the weather, if deemed dangerous by track officials it will be cancelled. Please call if you are in any doubt.
You will be required to sign an indemnity form on the day. For your own comfort you may wish to bring tools (for changing your own bike setup), extra fuel, tyre warmers, sunscreen, a hat, chair, additional water and snacks, and a camera.