07971 424472 / 07971 535859 
12 & 13 April - Classic Bike Burn Up, Castle Combe 
25 & 26 May - WCMF, Anglesey 
22 & 23 June - Suzuki Live, Cadwell Park 
26 July - Donington Park 
23 August - Oulton Park 
21 & 22 September - Cadwell Moto, Cadwell Park 


The information and schedule below are guidelines for a typical day on the track with Classic Bike Trackdays.  
Please note that different tracks often have their own local restrictions and stipulations which may affect the day's timetable. 

07:00 - Arrival at Circuit (or the evening before) 

From 7:30 – Rider Registration 

The registration procedure involves the completion of an indemnity form (provided on the day if you don’t already have the one we send via email), examination of DVLA or ACU licence, distribution of appropriate wristband and bike sticker for your rider group 

From 08:00 - Noise Testing 

Noise testing is usually from 8am, so please ask a friend to take your bike for testing so you can register and attend the riders briefing. Priority will be given to the first group on track 

08:15 - Rider Safety Briefing 

This briefing is mandatory to all riders that attend any of our track days. Any rider who does not attend the briefing will NOT be allowed to partake in the day's events. A typical briefing will cover the following points:- 
Classic Bike Trackdays Introduction 
Circuit layout and track knowledge (pit lane entry & exit, etc.) 
Format for the day, an explanation of groups, session times, lunch, sighting / warm-up laps etc. 
On track safety including, overtaking, courteous riding, what (and what not) to do in the event of an accident, etc. 
Off track safety including, paddock rules, assembly in pit lane, fuelling, etc 
Description and meanings of Track Flags 
Services and Facilities – Professional Instruction, Photography and Tyre & Mechanical assistance in the paddock where possible. Track and personal insurance not compulsory but please contact your insurance company if you feel you would like it 
After you have attended the briefing session (or completed an online briefing which MSV now stipulate) you will be given a wristband to show that you have attended. You must show your wristband, as you line up for your each session. 

09:00 – Sighting/ Warm-up Laps and Morning Sessions 

Each initial session starts with warm up laps behind an instructor in the first session for each group. 
The sessions will be divided either by the age of bike so there are always comparably machines on track, by engine capacity, or by rider experience – which will depend on the bookings for each event. The sessions will rotate every 15 or 20 minutes depending on the venue. 

12:00 – Lunch 

13:00 – Afternoon Sessions 

Afternoon sessions start and run in the same order as the morning sessions, rotating every 15 or 20 minute sessions 

17:00 Finish  

At the end of the day, please ensure that you take home all your personal belongings and clear up any rubbish that belongs to you so we leave the circuit clean and tidy 
Have a safe journey home! 

Please note: 

In any event that results in you being unable to take part in the rest of the day's sessions (eg: noise, bike failure, etc) we regret that no monies will be refunded 


CBT are committed to providing quality track days. If you have any comments/ suggestions, good or bad relating to any of our days, please feel free to find a member of the CBT team and we will be happy to listen to your views. 
We are here to ensure that you have a fun and safe track day! 
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