California Superbike School India Dates For 2019 Announced
7 days ago - By Auto Savvy
California Superbike School, a.k.a CSS, is a world-renowned riding school. For 2019, CSS will be conducting two sessions in January. Each session will span three days and will be held at the Madras Motor Race Track in Chennai. California Superbike School, one of the world's premier riding schools, has announced the dates for its 2019 edition in India. Popularly known as CSS, the school will conduct two sessions in January 2019. While the first batch will be held from January 18-20, the second batch is slated for January 25-27. Both sessions will be conducted at the Madras Motor Race Track...
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