Saturday July 8 - Calabogie

This world-class facility is home to the longest track in Canada.

The layout and design of the Calabogie Motorsports course was, from the outset, designed with these customers in mind, to provide them with the high-speed challenges that they would not be able to find on public roads or even other comparable closed driving courses, and to do so in the safest possible conditions to provide a level of enjoyment that would make them return to Calabogie Motorsports Park over and over again.


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7:30 a.m. Registration opens - All pre-entered registrants must check in with our registration personnel to receive their wristbands and sign the waivers. At this time, safety inspection will also be open. Riders must report to safety inspection with their motorcycle after they have signed in.
8:45 a.m. MANDATORY riders meeting will commence on the pit road. This meeting is intended to inform all participants of last minute changes to the day’s events as well as instruction on how it will affect them. The riders meeting will also include an overview of the flagging system used for the day’s activities. The flagging system is crucial to your safety as well as the safety of all others on the racetrack. It is for this reason that attendance at this meeting is MANDATORY. Any and all registrants who are not present at this meeting will NOT be allowed on the racetrack. Attendance may be taken.
9:00 a.m. Track opens for riding. Sessions will be approximately 15 minutes in length. Riders in the RED group will be the first on the track. Grouping of riders will be done during registration as well as at tech inspection. The GREEN group’s first session of the day will be led by a Pro 6 Cycle instructor. Pro 6 Cycle reserves the right to change any rider’s allotted or chosen Group at any time, and place him/her in a more suitable one. Groups will be defined as follows:
RED This group will include only very experienced trackday riders and racers. Pro 6 Cycle staff MUST approve street riders wishing to join this group. Passing is allowed throughout the track in this group.
YELLOW This group will include riders that have had racetrack experience, are graduates of the GREEN group, and/or are comfortable at an increased speed (as compared to the GREEN group) Passing in this group is limited to straightaways, and exiting corners. There is no passing at apex.
GREEN This group will include riders that have never had racetrack experience and/or would feel more comfortable on the racetrack with a group that are expected to be riding at a slower pace. Passing in this group is limited to straightaways only.
1:00 p.m. The racetrack will be closed to all riders for lunch.
2:00 p.m. Racetrack re-opens for the afternoon session. The first group out in the afternoon session will be the group that follows the final group from the morning sessions. Pro 6 Cycle staff will attempt to combine groups or lengthen the sessions to suit the circumstances of any particular trackday. These changes to the schedule are purely at the discretion of the Pro 6 Cycle staff attending that particular trackday and any changes made may not apply to future trackdays.
5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. The racetrack will be closed to all riders. 

We will make every effort to follow this schedule as closely as possible barring any unforeseen problems due to complications during the day’s events. We will NOT however make any exceptions to the rules listed above or mentioned during the riders meeting. These rules are put in place by Pro 6 Cycle staff to ensure your safety and that of your fellow rider.

To change your Rider level, please contact us at trackdays@pro6cycle.com

Our team of track enthusiasts have been attending and organizing events on-track for decades, coming up with a simple but effective set of rules and regulations for you and your bike to follow when attending one of our events. From bike prep, riding gear requirements, and registration procedures, to rider and spectator conduct requirements, the following pages will explain in detail what is expected so that you can arrive to the track confident and comfortable about your day. Sticking to these simple guidelines is what allows us to provide a safe and fun environment for everyone at our events, resulting in lots of time on track for every rider!

 

It is the responsibility of each participant to be fully aware of the rules and guidelines that follow.

 

Riders' meeting and track-side registration

  • All entrants must attend the riders meeting, no exceptions. Riders who DO NOT attend the riders meeting will not be permitted to participate in the event.
  • All riders who are required to participate in the New Rider Orientation must attend a) secondary riders meeting b) their on-track coaching sessions. Riders who fail to complete either of these guidelines will forfeit their trackday.
  • All participants must check in with our registration personnel and sign all waivers to receive the appropriate wristband and registration/safety inspection sticker.
  • You may be asked to show personal Identification at Registration. Please bring photo I.D with you.
  • We ask that you inform our registration staff of any and all medical conditions that you have.
  • The supplied wristband must be worn at all times during the event to be allowed on track and hot pit lane. You may be asked to show the wristband at any time throughout the event.
  • The registration/safety inspection sticker must be adhered to the front fender or the middle of the front upper fairing only, prior to arriving at safety inspection.
  • All riders MUST affix a Medical Information Carrier on the rear left of their helmet. One carrier per rider will be supplied by Pro 6 Cycle. Additional carriers will be available for purchase.

Safety Inspection

  • All motorcycles MUST pass safety inspection prior to admission on the track. If your bike does not pass safety inspection, you will NOT receive a refund. It is your responsibility to ensure your motorcycle is suitable for a day of track riding before registering for the event
  • All motorcycles must pass sound inspection based on guidelines as put forth by the track. If your bike does not pass sound inspection, you will NOT receive a refund. Please check the website of the facility at which the event you are attending is being held for information regarding sound inspection.
  • In the event of a crash, you must pass safety inspection on the motorcycle before being allowed re-entry to the track.
  • All motorcycles MUST display the number chosen by the rider in their rider profile on the front and both sides of the rear of the motorcycle. The number must be easily seen and distinguishable from a distance (8” numbers are recommended). If your numbers are not identifiable and/or do not match that which you have selected within your profile you will not be permitted to enter the track.

Riding Gear

  • All Riders must wear appropriate riding gear.
  • All gear must be free from tears, exposed seams, excessive wear, age or damage.
  • Leathers: Full one piece or two-piece (zip completely around) motorcycle leather suits only. NO Nylon or Kevlar only construction suits will be allowed.
  • Helmet: All riders must wear full-face helmets that are designed for motorcycle use which is free from damage. Snell 2005, or ECE-05 or newer helmet, in good condition and proper fit for the rider, is mandatory.
  • Back Protector: CE Level II or higher “hard shell” back protectors are mandatory. Foam or soft shell protectors, similar to those included in some suits, are not acceptable. Forcefield T-Pro back protectors and armour or equivalent are also acceptable.
  • Gloves: All riders must wear leather gauntlet style gloves that are in good condition with no ripped stitching or seams.
  • Boots: All riders must wear boots that extend above the ankle to approximately mid-calf.

General Bike prep

  • Tires and brakes must be in good condition and have enough “meat” to get through the day. There will be on site Dunlop tire service at each trackday, allowing for the opportunity to install replacement tires to pass safety inspection.
  • All glass, headlights, taillights, turn signals, and plastic lenses must be taped over or removed. The head and tail lights must not visibly shine through the tape. It is recommended that head and tail light fuses be removed.
  • Side mirrors must be removed. Taping over of mirrors is not permitted. Mirrors with integrated turn signals are the only exception, and must be taped over.
  • We recommend, but do not require, removal of center stands. It is highly recommend that side stands be removed from bikes older than model year 2000. Bikes with side stands should have strong springs to ensure that the kickstand cannot drop down accidentally.
  • All machines must have an operational handlebar mounted kill switch/button and self-closing throttle in good working condition.
  • All motorcycles MUST use water instead of antifreeze or glycol based coolant. Water Wetter or MoCool & Distilled water is recommended. This is non-negotiable and includes the liquid contained in the reservoir. Engine ice is not permitted.
  • Sprockets must be in good condition and chain wear must not be notable.
  • It is recommended that oil drain plugs and brake caliper mounting bolts are drilled and lock wired.
  • *NEW* All on track video equipment (Go-Pro, Hero or other camera’s, Cell phones etc) must be approved at safety inspection. Have your camera secured to the bike how you intend to ride with it on track for safety inspection.

Rider and spectator conduct

  • The consumption of alcohol during the hours of trackday operation (7:30am-5pm) is strictly prohibited. This rule applies to both riding participants & their crew, family and friends. Anyone found to be consuming alcohol will be asked to leave the grounds.
  • The use of drugs will not be tolerated. Anyone found using drugs during our trackday will be reported to the Police.
  • Aggressive behaviour, physical or verbal confrontation will not be tolerated and anyone exhibiting such behaviour will be immediately removed from the event.
  • Any rider who either must switch bikes for mechanical reasons, or is just “trying a friend’s bike for the session” MUST inform Pro 6 Cycle staff PRIOR to attempting to enter the track. Any rider who fails to do so and causes un-do stress to the marshals and Pro 6 Cycle staff will forfeit the remainder of their event. It is imperative for the safety of yourself and others that we know who is on which bike on track at all times.
  • Any participant who switches or rides in a group he/she is not registered without first receiving approval from Pro 6 Cycle staff will forfeit their day, will be asked to leave for the day and will be given NO refund.
  • Only the rider registered for the event may participate in said event. Loaning your bike to a rider who is not registered for the event to go on track with result in a life time ban from Pro 6 Cycle Trackdays. 

upcoming track day events on this track

Availability for Trackdays are based on your rider level, as selected in your rider profile.
To change your Rider level, please contact us at trackdays@pro6cycle.com

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    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $270.00
  • Jun 25 Sunday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $270.00
  • Jun 26 Monday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $245.00
  • Jul 09 Sunday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $270.00
  • Jul 10 Monday

    VIP Event July 10.


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    $360.00
  • Jul 29 Saturday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


    28

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    $270.00
  • Jul 30 Sunday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    28
    $270.00
  • Jul 31 Monday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    20
    $245.00
  • Aug 01 Tuesday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $245.00
  • Sep 02 Saturday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $270.00
  • Sep 03 Sunday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    29
    $270.00
  • Sep 04 Monday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $245.00
  • Sep 16 Saturday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    30
    $270.00
  • Sep 17 Sunday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $270.00
  • Sep 18 Monday

    This world-class facility is home to the longest...


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    $245.00