TrackDaz has been offering riders the opportunity to get their motorcycles on the track since 2000. Back then, bikes didn’t come stock with selectable power modes, traction control or ABS. Fuel injection was just hitting its stride. Yamaha had just released the first production 600 to eclipse the coveted 100hp mark. The introduction of dual-compound tires was changing the way we rode. The iPhone hadn’t been invented, and Facebook wasn’t a thing. Caitlyn Jenner was still Bruce Jenner. But while a lot of things have changed in the last 15+ years, the goal at TrackDaz has remained the same: create a way for riders to get their motorcycles on the track in a safe and fun atmosphere. This goal requires a formula that might never be perfect, but it’s one that we have and will continue to work towards achieving tirelessly.
The TrackDaz program has been designed to appeal to the widest demographic of riders as possible. First-timers and beginners will benefit from our first-rate orientation program which includes in-depth classroom discussion, sighting laps, post-session Q&A and unlimited access to the vast knowledgebase of TrackDaz staff members.
Track day junkies will appreciate the TrackDaz ‘ride through lunch’ policy, 2 checkered flag system and value-conscious pricing. These things were all designed to provide 1 of the cornerstones of the TrackDaz program: providing you with maximum seat time.
New racers and cagey veterans can take advantage of the ample amount of seat time to perfect their lines, dial-in suspensions settings, or perhaps just to satisfy their need for speed.
TrackDaz’ also has an ongoing and developing relationship with the Yamaha Champions Riding School (YCRS). Like TrackDaz, the YCRS is dedicated to helping riders go faster safer. The material taught by the YCRS is relevant and applicable to riders of all abilities, and this hugely valuable information is shared with our customers via the TrackDaz staff.
Our commitment to our customers is to continue to provide a reliable and consistent experience and a way to get the most out of your motorcycle and your track time.