Fun Track Dayz was created in June of 2015 by August “Augie” Weber Sr. AFM #78 with the mission to provide safe and fun track days to riders of all skill levels, from Cruzin’ (C)group, to Advanced (B) group, and finally to Extreme (A) group.
Every track day offers free classes to teach you the basics. A body position clinic to help you feel more comfortable and in control of your bike, not only on the track, as well as on the street. Our Instructors many of whom are American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM) seasoned racers, all remember what it is like the first time they rolled their bikes onto a live race track. They will coach you in a controlled environment. In each Group you will learn at your own pace.
Fun Track Dayz is all about you, the riders, our customers. We help you every step of the way. We are here to help you all day.
Our first time track riders sign up for our Cruzin'(C) Group, where you will ride at a moderate (speed) pace. Our Advanced (B) Group riders, will have more experience from being on the track before and will ride at a higher pace. Our Extreme (A) Group riders will have ridden several track days and feel comfortable with an even higher pace.
The skills you learn at Fun Track Dayz will make you more comfortable, confident, smoother, consistent, safer and predictable both on the track and when you ride on the street.
Remember to tell all your friends how much FUN it is to ride with Fun Track Dayz!
Fun Track Dayz hosts events on the best tracks Northern California has to offer: Thunderhill Raceway, Sonoma Raceway (also known as Sears Point) and Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca
All of us at Fun Track Dayz remembers the feeling of the first time we rolled our bikes onto a live race track. Wow, how exhilarating it is. We teach you how to be smooth, consistent, comfortable, confident, safe and, in control of your bike. Making your day on the track more FUN and, your street riding safer.
Fun Track Dayz hosts events on the best tracks Northern California has to offer: Thunderhill Raceway, Sonoma Raceway (also known as Sears Point) and WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca