So you want to Road Race?

So you want to Road Race?

Welcome to the exciting introduction to road racing. For the rare few of us, nothing can replace the exhilaration and challenge road racing can provide. Road racing is one of those rare sports that can humble the “fastest street rider” in no time. The racetrack is the ultimate arbitrator of who is truly the fastest motorcyclist by rewarding a rider’s own skills and abilities without the annoying distractions and dangers public roads present.

The Motorcycle Roadracing Association (MRA) will be holding its 2015 Race School, April 3rd and 4th. This is a great opportunity for new riders wanting to get licensed or racers wanting a pre-season refresher.

Classroom session will be in the Fay Myers Motorcycle World Clubhouse on Friday April 3rd. Doors open at 6pm, class starts at 7pm.

Fay Myers Motorcycle World
9700 E Arapahoe Rd
Greenwood Village, CO 80112

The track portion of the school will be held in conjunction with a lapping day at High Plains Raceway, Saturday April 4th. Licensed racers can ride during the open lapping session and race school students will be coached by instructors during the MRA session. Race school students will practice starting, braking and cornering drills, and work on race lines. Students need to be unloaded and ready to go by 7:30am. We’ll meet for a 7:30 riders meeting, tech the bikes and be on track at 9:30.

High Plains Raceway
93301 E US Highway 36
Deer Trail, CO 80105

Directions: To reach the track, exit I-70 at Byers (Exit #316) and take highway 36 due East for 17 miles.

Registering for the 2015 Race School is handled by the MRA’s Race Management System, RaceWurx. For instructions on registering, please contact MRA VP, Aaron Fisk at

For more information please contact New Rider Director Jeff Brown: 303-210-0425 or

By | March 3rd, 2015|News|