Track days are the most exciting and fun way to ride your motorcycle and we guarantee that a Cube Track Day will be unforgettable. A race track is the only place you can ride your sportbike and experience the true power and beauty of your machine without worrying about traffic or speeding tickets! Cube will have tuition available to evaluate riders to ensure that you have a new-found sense of confidence in yourself and your machine! Nothing puts a smile on our faces like seeing the excitement in the eyes of a rider who has achieved a personal goal.
ENTRIES CLOSE 08/08/2018 GENERAL TRACK ADMISSION: LIMITED TO 25 PER GROUP – $250 GROUP 1 – Novice/First Time GROUP 2 – Experienced Road Riders GROUP 3 – Racers
EXTRAS: Pit Garage w/ Power – $50
TUITION: with TBD with TBD
There are some riders involved in bike track days that are in it just for the crack, a chance to get on their motorcycle and ride around in circles for a day with a hefty grin on their faces.
For a lot of the paddock though, there are two main goals that we all strive for, the first is a desire to go quicker than we did previously, the second being a more subconscious need to ride safer at the same time as going faster, and it’s track day tuition that can help you achieve both of those goals.
EXCLUSIVE – Two Up with TB21: Got what it takes to ride on the back with World Superbike Champion Troy Bayliss? Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!
Ride Pillion with Troy Bayliss – LIMITED SPOTS ONLY – $500
Merchandise A wide variety of Cube Performance Centre, Cube Racing Team, Desmosport Ducati Racing Team and other merchandise will be available for purchase on the day.
Track Day Timing
7:00:00 AM – Gates Open
7:05:00 AM – Office Open
7:30:00 AM – Scrutineering Open
8:12:00 AM – Riders Briefing
8:45:00 AM – First Timers Session
9:00:00 AM – 15 Minute Sessions Groups 1 thru 4
1:00:00 PM – Lunch
1:20:00 PM – 10 Minute Sessions Groups 1 thru 4
4:20:00 PM – Finish
Numbers on the Day The prices quoted are for one person. There will be approximately 75 other participants on the day and there may be up to 25 people on the track at any one time.
Firstly come and sign on, this happens in the room at the bottom level of the tower on the main straight.
Please bring your Department of Transport or Motorcycling Australia License with you as you will need them to complete your paperwork.
If you do not have a valid Motorcycling Australia License you will need to have paid for a Motorcycling Australia Recreation License on your original application.
You will be issued with a coloured armband with your name on it, please wear this at all times during the day. Then make your way to the Scrutineering Area. You need to take your bike and gear to scrutineering to be checked. Please remember to have signed on first.
Once you have signed on and your bike and helmet have been checked, you can relax until Riders Briefing.
If you have booked and paid for a carport the allocation list will be on the door of the office and on some of the poles in the carports.
Please only put your bike and equipment in the carport allocated to you on the day.
Carports cost $50 for the day which includes power. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE THE BLACK POWER POINTS ONLY.
You will need to bring your own power lead to access the power.
Generators are not be used in the car port area.
Generators, with 60dbA or less noise output may be used if pitting on the grassed/dirt area behind the car ports.
Pitting on the bitumen apron surrounding the carport bays is strictly prohibited.
The Motorcycle Sportsmen use timing transmitters for all participants in a track day.
Transmitters are available after you have signed on and completed your paperwork.
You will be required to have a $50 bond before you collect your transmitter. Please bring cash or cheque with you. This bond will be refunded once your transmitter has been returned to the timekeepers after your last track session.
All machines must attend Scrutineering. Machines involved in accidents must be re-scrutineered before going back on the circuit.
All machines must be either ROADWORTHY (if street bikes) or RACE READY (if race bikes).
The following can be carried out at the track:
Remove or wire up centre stands and use side stand only.
Remove, tape over or turn in rear view mirrors.
Tape or wire passenger pegs in the closed position.
Remove luggage racks, gear sacks etc.
Machines must have headlights, tail lights, turn signals, mirrors and speedometers taped. Registration plates will need to be removed once you arrive at the track.
Fuel: Top up your fuel tank close to the circuit and if you can, bring some spare fuel. Before your leave home:
Check oil levels, coolant levels;
Tyres must be in good condition and pressure checked as per manufacturers recommendations;
GROUP 1 – Leathers (1 or 2 piece that can be zipped together), motorcycle boots, protective gloves and an Australian Standard approved helmet (undamaged) must be presented at scrutineering. BACK PROTECTORS ARE MANDATORY FOR THIS GROUP.
GROUP 2 – Leathers (1 or 2 piece that can be zipped together), motorcycle boots, protective gloves and an Australian Standard approved helmet (undamaged) must be presented at scrutineering. BACK PROTECTORS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR THIS GROUP.
GROUP 3 – Leather Jacket, denim or better pants, ankle boots, protective gloves and an Australian Standard approved helmet (undamaged). BACK PROTECTORS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR THIS GROUP.
If you are unsure of which group to enter for the track day, come prepared for if the Coach feels that you need to move between classes. For example, if you entered Class 2, however the Coach feels that your experience demonstrates that you should be in Class 1, you will require a back protector before we can move you up. The same situation applies with those who have entered Class 3, you will require either 1 or 2 piece leathers and motorcycle boots before you are permitted to progress to a higher group.
ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND RIDERS BRIEFING. Riders not present or in special circumstances not having a representative WILL be excluded from the days event. This may also apply if the mandatory sign-on at Rider’s Briefing is not completed. The riders briefing will be conducted to give all participants an outline of the days proceedings and instruction on how to enter and exit the track, the meaning of all flags, what to do if you have an accident etc and to answer any questions you may have. If you arrive at the track late, please report to the Tower and ask to speak to the Practice Supervisor.
This event will run to a strict time schedule. Please do not dawdle on the final lap of the session. You are only causing time delays which may result in less track time.
Tea and Coffee is available at the Tower.
No Food or Drinks are available at the circuit.
Please bring food and drinks with you for the day.
Other Info For your own comfort you may wish to bring tools (for changing your own bike setup), extra fuel, tyre warmers, bike stand, sunscreen, hat, chair, snacks, water, and cameras are allowed (bike mounted only, no helmet mounts).
A professional photographer will also be on the track all day capturing fantastic action shots which you will have the opportunity to purchase at the end of the day; a perfect memento!
Are there tyre changing facilities at the track? Yes we do have tyre changing available at the track. Please see Leo & Dave from ART $15 to fit and balance all brands to your wheels. FREE if you purchase new tyres from ART race service at the track, It’s a good idea to preorder tyres to be fitted as we do keep reserve stock but we cannot guarantee to have the combination you may be looking for.