There is always something to learn, on a wet or dry track. So a FAST course will not be cancelled due to wet track conditions. However, the track sessions may be delayed if the rain is too strong.

Only after attending the morning sessions, if you are too uncomfortable to continue, you will be allowed to reschedule your course later the same year at no extra cost if a spot is available or in the next season, but no refund will be given.

If the track is or become flooded beacuse of very severe condition, then the FAST Riding School might reschedule the course at a later date and give the attending participants the possibility to reschedule at any later date.

For our FAST ADVANCED RIDING COURSES Phase 1, 2, and 3:

If you are using one of our motorcycles, it includes all the necessary riding gear for free. If you are riding your own bike, our top quality safety gear is still available to you for a small fee (see our price list).

You will be asked at morning registration to complete a riding gear form if you use our riding gear and sign track and school waivers.

You do not need any motorcycle street riding license to take our courses.

In order to obtain the best possible results out of your course(s) with us at FAST, you have to be at a certain level of riding ability at the beginning of your course. So these requirements will give you the necessary information for your course selection:

Phase/Step 1 requirements:

At FAST, we do not teach how to ride a motorcycle; so you have to know the basics and be able to leave from a stop, accelerate, shift gears, slow down and stop again. You have to be able to ride on the street at the speed limit suggested by the law. You have to feel confident that you can ride on the track with 9 to 11 other riders, faster or slower than you. You need to be able to correcly judge the other riders speed in order to pass them safely if you want to or feel comfortable if you get passed. We have limited passing zones, mainly on straight away.

You will be negotiating about 250 turns during the day.

Phase/Step 2 requirements:

  • FAST Phase/Step 1
  • or Trackday/Lapping experience
  • or Motorcycle Racing experience (Road Racing, Motocross, Enduro, Dirt Track, Ice Racing)
  • or a recognised other motorcycle riding school offered on a racetrack.

Phase/Step 3 requirements:

FAST Phase/Step 2

If using your OWN RIDING GEAR in our courses

IMPORTANT: All safety riding gear must be approved by FAST Riding School.
Any student not wearing the proper safety riding gear will not be allowed to participate in the course with no refund.

When using your own motorcycle, our FAST riding gear are not included in the course price but can be rented from FAST at the race track, when registering:
Go to our Price list to see our gear rental prices.

If using your OWN MOTORCYCLE in our courses

ATTENTION: Your motorcycle must pass our safely inspection in order to be able to participate in our FAST Riding School courses.

We, the FAST Riding School, will not work on your bike for you to make it suitable for your course.

Not Mandatory: Bolts do not have to be safety wired but it is recommended.

Mandatory: We have to have access to your DRAIN PLUG in order to verify that it has been tighten properly.

GASOLINE: We do not sell gasoline so make sure that you have your own, and enough of it.


  • Tires: New tires have to be broke in. Avoid slick if possible in case of rain unless you have rain slick to use as well.
  • Chain
  • Brake pads
  • Brake pressure


  • No antifreeze is allowed in the cooling system. You must replace the antifreeze in your radiator by water or special racing cooling in order to ride on the race track.
  • We, the FAST Riding School, will not do it for you at the track.
  • Any bolts and specially the bolts that allow oil to seep out have to be properly tightened.
  • Light and flashers can remain on the motorcycle but must be covered with tape.
  • The stand can remain if the spring retainer is in good condition and the stand switch is working properly.
  • The throttle must shot off and come back on its own.
  • Any component(s) attached to the motorcycle have to be securely fixed.
  • Your motorcycle must have a functional engine kill switch.
  • Brake and dutch levers must have their little ball at the end.
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