We have some bike rentals available for CLASS at Laguna Seca March 9&10, and Sears Point April 28. They are going fast and the schools are enrolling now. Get yours reserved and ride some of the best tracks on the west coast this spring with CLASS! FeelLikeaPro.com
CLASS welcomes return sponsor Held USA back into the fold in 2015! We’ve been using Held Gloves for years - “I feel they are the best protection available” says Reg, “and I’m glad we have been able to again partner with Held for the upcoming year” . The Titan and Phantom gloves are superior track gloves and Held also makes a wide variety of gear and leathers, including quality gloves to fit every hand, desire and budget. Check them out at HeldUSA.com.
The CLASS 2015 Calendar is online and we are enrolling! We've put together super fun schedule which includes Sears Point, Laguna Seca, VIR and more. Early Bird discounts abound so don't wait, get your space reserved today!
New on the 2015 Calendar are two day classes. This means all riders are in it for both days, and the second day is an expansion of the first. Our one plus one days do a great job of this, and we plan to make two day classes even better! (A little more intense than a standard CLASS, but not nearly as intense as a D-Day CLASS, which is the ultimate Two Day CLASS).
D-Day is Back! Sept 24 & 25 we'll be back at it with just 12 students and as many instructors at Streets of Willow. This is the one where you get lots of track time, lots of intensive coaching - even two on one coaching, and video! This is the ultimate CLASS - don't miss it, sign up early and you save $100 Hope to see you there!
Pulling out some great files from earlier this year. Did you catch Bimmer Magazine's story on our3 time Superbike Champ. A fun read, some great info and little known facts about Reg Pridmore are exposed! check it out!
Next, Ken Lee spoke with Gigi P. about what it's like being a woman instructor in the male dominated world of track riding. Originally published on Honda's website, read the interview here.
A fantastic end to a really great 2014 CLASS riding season. And having been able to top it off with both VIR and Laguna Seca is the best ever. Two great days at Laguna Seca this week and we were amazingly blessed again with maybe the best November weather ever. Thanks to each and every one of you who was
We are way more than just a track day, but we are also a great track day! With lots of classroom chalk talk by Reg and on track coaching by some of the best in the business, it's a great experience. This letter was written by a 22 year old who totally gets CLASS. We were blown away by it, and hope it helps shed insight on what we're about... - read more
The latest and very best generation of track day/street tire -Dunlop Q3s are here and if you are a CLASS student, you can order up here for just $250 a set. That includes tax and shipping and we'll deliver them to your home, office or shop. Learn more about the Dunlop Q3 tires here. And if you're ready, order a set here.
Reg popped in to Jay Leno's Garage a few months ago and talked about the book, Smooth Riding - the Pridmore Way. Order your copy today!
Smooth Talker... Reg isn't the only one around here to talk smooth. Ted Holman has had his fingers tapping out some vibes, and there's even a video. What the heck am I talking about? Check it out...
Reg is one of the top AMA Superbike Riders of all time...It's been more than 3 decades since the AMA formed the Superbike class. In those days, our own Reg Pridmore was at the front of the pack, winning the first 3 AMA Superbike Championships. The first and seemingly most remembered was on the BMW R90S. But did you know he next two were on big, brutishly powerful Kawasakis? Yeah, Reg is still riding and teaching every CLASS, but his name is forever inscribed in the lore of AMA Superbike racing. There's a great article on past Superbike Champs that begins: "When I first started brainstorming my list of the ten greatest champions in AMA Pro SuperBike history, I instantly knew that Reg Pridmore was going to be included… " read more...
Want to know more about the origins of American Superbike racing? You know, back in the day when Reg was racing BMWs and Kawasakis? Kevin Cameron has a great piece in the June issue of Cycle World. Check it out here.