Tony's Track Days is all about fun, learning, and safety. Since 1996, we have encouraged average street riders to come to the track to hone their skills and have a blast in an environment void of typical road hazards. We invite all street riders to bring their motorcycle to the track to see just how much fun and learning happens at our track days. All types of bikes and riders are welcome.
Our unique "Non-Sportbike" days are for riders on cruisers, tourers, ADV bikes, even large scooters to experience the racetrack, and to learn more about their bike and to advance their ability.
Learn and have FUN:
People hear "racetrack" and immediately think RACING. At our trackdays, this could not be further from the truth.
The benefit of teaching these skills on a closed course is so we can remove outside influences and let riders concentrate on the task at hand. Having improved your bike handling skills, you can then return to the road and have more of your attention available for watching traffic and road conditions.
To truly improve your overall motorcycling ability, you can then sign up for the "Riding in the Zone" on street training program with Ken Condon.
What You'll Get:
- A Ton of track time in a controlled environment
- Multiple riding groups that ensure matched ability
- Expert classroom instruction
- Body position seminars
- Personal coaching available on request
- New Rider Program, includes special classroom sessions and a full follow-the-leader riding sessions.
- Track walks
- Free camping
- Professional photographer on site
- Low cost garage rentals
- Low cost dinner buffet (when applicable)
You'll see a wide variety of motorcycles at out track days. You'll also find a lot of friendly people.
Your spouse and kids are welcome to watch and share the day with you.
All types of bikes and riders are welcome. Dual-sports, Sport-tourers, small bikes, big bikes...
yes ...even Gold Wings!
We encourage both men and women riders of all skill levels to attend our days. To help you get the most out of your day, you should plan to take part in our free ongoing classroom sessions and seminars. A free first timers program is provided for riders who are new to the track. We even conduct a track walk between our two day events.
Check out the 5 page Typical Day photo blog about what you can expect.
The TTD staff conduct a classroom for the advanced riders.
Steve & Jeannine demonstrate proper body position and how to stay loose on the bars during a garage seminar.
Here Pete discusses the details of cornering during a track walk at Thompson Speedway.