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F.A.Q

What time to do I have to be at the track?

It is imperative you arrive at the circuit by 7.15 am sharp – the running of the school day depends on it! Plus, if you turn up late you risk forfeiting your spot for the day.

Can I transfer my reservation to another date?

Provided that the date change request is made at least 14 days earlier than the booked date, you can change your reservation.

Can I cancel my booking and get a refund

Provided it is more than 14 days out from your booked event you can cancel your booking and obtain a refund, less a processing fee of 10 euro. If it is less than 7 days to your booked event no refunds will be given. We can move your reservation within next 8 months or sell your position to another rider and notify us of the rider change. Moving your reservation is feasible only one time per person.

Will I need knee sliders / will I get my knee down?

If getting your knee down is your goal, the safest way to go about achieving that is by having your riding fundamentals in place. In other words, understanding and applying the riding technology covered in Level One is the way to make sure it’s your knee that scrapes the ground, and not the rest of your bike. Some people get their knee down, some don’t.

Is Level One appropriate for complete beginners?

Level One is for anyone that has a driving license. If you can let the clutch out without stalling (most of the time) and do the basic control actions on the bike, you’re ready for Level One. Although all riders start at Level One, where possible we try our best to put you in a group of similarly skilled riders so the difference between the fastest and slowest in the group is as small as possible.

Το “I completed Level One/Two/Three ___ years ago, do I need to repeat?” είναι κλειδωμένο I completed Level One/Two/Three XX years ago, do I need to repeat?

There is no time limit on your progression through the levels. The only thing to consider is whether or not you still remember and understand the material from your previous level. If you’re vague on the information, or can’t remember all the drills and what they were about, it may be best to repeat. If you’re still unsure, contact our office and they’ll help you determine what’s best.

Do I have to start from Level One?

Yes, everyone should but that does not reflect your skills as a guide. To be able to develop a comprehensive understanding of things, the levels are so structured that each part of technical driving is based on the previous one. This process  begins with Level One.

Do I need full leathers?

Yes, you need leather pants and a leather jacket that zip together as a minimum. Textile suits are ok too as long they include all the necessary protections and the top and bottom zip together. You will also need a full-face helmet, leather motorcycle gloves and calf-length or higher leather motorcycle boots.

Can I hire leathers/riding gear?

Yes of course you can. The cost is 20 euro per day for leathers and gloves. Please note that will need you size (or height and weight) and that there is a limited numbers of the sizes available.

I don’t have a sports bike, can I still participate?

Of course! Don’t let the name fool you, the skills we teach are applicable to any motorcycle, be it sports bike, tourer, cruiser, naked bike, motard.

Do I need to remove or tape my mirrors?

Don’t worry if you’re not able to do the taping yourself, we’ll do that for you at scrutinizing.

Do I need special tires on my bike or will standard road tires do?

As we will expect you to ride at 80% or less (so you have enough attention to learn and apply new techniques), standard road tires are fine as long as they pass our safety check.

Do I need a driving licence in order to participate?

Yes, driving licence is every tracks requirement.

  • Megara Track: Driving licence or Racing licence
  • Serres Track: Driving licence or Racing licence

All driving licenses must be active and suitable for the motorcyclethat you are riding.

How much fuel will I need?

As a minimum you should arrive at the track with a full tank.

What happens if it rains?

If it rains… we get wet! The drills are just as applicable in the wet as they are in the dry and whatever weather we get on the day is the weather you learn to apply the skills in. We ride, rain or shine.

It is imperative you arrive at the circuit by 7.15 am sharp – the running of the school day depends on it! Plus, if you turn up late you risk forfeiting your spot for the day.

As a minimum you should arrive at the track with a full tank.

Of course! Don’t let the name fool you, the skills we teach are applicable to any motorcycle, be it sports bike, tourer, cruiser, naked bike, motard.

Don’t worry if you’re not able to do the taping yourself, we’ll do that for you at scrutinizing.

As we will expect you to ride at 80% or less (so you have enough attention to learn and apply new techniques), standard road tires are fine as long as they pass our safety check.

Yes, you need leather pants and a leather jacket that zip together as a minimum. Textile suits are ok too as long they include all the necessary protections and the top and bottom zip together. You will also need a full-face helmet, leather motorcycle gloves and calf-length or higher leather motorcycle boots.

Yes of course you can. The cost is 20 euro per day for leathers and gloves. Please note that will need you size (or height and weight) and that there is a limited numbers of the sizes available.

If it rains… we get wet! The drills are just as applicable in the wet as they are in the dry and whatever weather we get on the day is the weather you learn to apply the skills in. We ride, rain or shine.

Provided it is more than 14 days out from your booked event you can cancel your booking and obtain a refund, less a processing fee of 10 euro. If it is less than 7 days to your booked event no refunds will be given. We can move your reservation within next 8 months or sell your position to another rider and notify us of the rider change. Moving your reservation is feasible only one time per person.

If getting your knee down is your goal, the safest way to go about achieving that is by having your riding fundamentals in place. In other words, understanding and applying the riding technology covered in Level One is the way to make sure it’s your knee that scrapes the ground, and not the rest of your bike. Some people get their knee down, some don’t.

Level One is for anyone that has a driving license. If you can let the clutch out without stalling (most of the time) and do the basic control actions on the bike, you’re ready for Level One. Although all riders start at Level One, where possible we try our best to put you in a group of similarly skilled riders so the difference between the fastest and slowest in the group is as small as possible.

There is no time limit on your progression through the levels. The only thing to consider is whether or not you still remember and understand the material from your previous level. If you’re vague on the information, or can’t remember all the drills and what they were about, it may be best to repeat. If you’re still unsure, contact our office and they’ll help you determine what’s best.