This is a Friday ride day.
As this ride day preceeds a race day, Race group (red) is reservered for racers via the race entry form.
Baskerville Ride Days are run in sessions. Groups are determined by experience and machinery.Beginner (Blue) – for riders new to the track, and for riders who enjoy a slower pace.Intermediate (Green)– for faster riders on sports orientated bikes.Advanced (Yellow)– for more experienced riders on sports orientated bikes.Racers – (Red) for riders on race bikes. This group is only available to racers when a ride day precedes a race day.Sessions are 10 minutes for each group and run in rotation. All new riders start in the Beginner group. The first Beginner group of the day is run with a pace bike, so everyone can sight the track and get a feel for it. There is no pressure to ride any faster than you want to. As riders gain track experience they may want to move up to the Intermediate group. To change groups you must ask the nominated official.Motorcycles need to be roadworthy even if not registered, good tyres, brakes, mechanically sound with no leaks.Riders need to wear appropriate clothing: Approved Helmet, Gloves, Boots, Full-length trousers and a Protective jacket (Back protector and leathers needed in red/race group)• Baskerville gates open at 7:00am• Baskerville ride day scrutineering starts at 7:30 am • Sign on in the Kelly room from 7:45 am - 8:45 am• Riders briefing at base of control tower at 8:50am• First bikes on track 9:00am• Last track session approx 4:15pm