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Motorcycle Rider Training
Become one with your bike
Due to the decisions made by the Federal Government the Autostadt will suspend operations for the time beeing. This includes all pavilions, the ZeitHaus, events, driving experiences, guided tours and the Autostadt restaurants. The CustomerCenter will remain open for vehicle delivery. Current information is available on: www.autostadt.de/en/visitor-information/current-news
Riding a motorcycle is fun – but emergency braking and extreme cornering require skills that need to be learned. The Autostadt offers you a chance to improve your motorcycle riding and safety skills on the SafetyTrack. You can sign up for rider training sessions. Choose from different all-day training courses where you ride your own motorcycle. Trainings include a theoretical module dealing with the fundamentals of motorcycle technology followed by practical exercises.
Basic Training – discover and experience your personal and physical limits
Basic Training is aimed at beginners and those returning to the bike world. Participants are first briefed on the basics of motorcycle technology. A professional instructor then works with riders to help them refine their techniques for cornering, braking, avoiding obstacles and balance. These and many more practical skills are taught in the Basic Training course. All participants who complete the training will receive a certificate from the German Road Safety Council (DVR).
Lean Angle Training – optimize your cornering technique and experience a completely new feeling
Lean Angle Training teaches riders how to really get low into the turns. This course is ideal for those who want to try out the limits of their machine and test their personal driving skills. The training starts with a review of basic motorcycle technology. Afterwards, the practical session focuses on avoiding obstacles, optimal braking in wet conditions, and perfecting the rider's lean angle. For these exercises, a special device (outrigger) is attached to the motorcycle enabling the rider to manoeuvre safely without losing control of the bike.
So apart from basic training and lean angle training, there are even more types of training on offer such as 'After Work' on selected days from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., DVR motorbike safety training exclusively for women and the 'Ride again' training at which Ducati bikes will be available.