That time of the year. The California Superbike School is selling 30 2018 S1000RR's. Most are HIGH MILEAGE, meaning between 20,000 and 30,000 miles. Some with less. Original bodywork gets stored and then re-fitted on them so the bodywork is 9/10. You can get the bike delivered in street trim or track trim. Comes cleaned and serviced with new Dunlops. Twenty of them are black/gray, 10 are tri-color. Four have been reserved with deposits, two are sold. Prices will range from $9,500 for the highest mileage to $14,000 for the nicest ones with low mileage (low for us is under 10k miles).
People with particular requirements and lists of specific demands usually get low priority from our mechanic who is the one who manages the selling of the bikes. This means that it's not a back and forth negotiation. He gives you the specs and price and you say "yes" or "pass". He will of course answer all questions about the bike.
He can be e-mailed at: chiefmechanic (at) superbikeschool (dot) com
Dylan any comments on CSS UK closure? What went wrong there?
Off topic but I will answer: The company in the United Kingdom that was licensed to deliver the program closed. Why? Bad luck with weather and poor strategy on dates booked with regard to location and frequency. Profit margins with motorcycle schools are so small that a few poor moves and some bad luck can end things.
We were approached by several entities wishing to run the school in the UK and we have chosen the one we feel will do the job the best moving forward in 2020. As soon as all the details are settled there will be an announcement, but a number of dates are already secured for the new year.
So you could say that CSS United Kingdom is "changing hands".
Anyone with outstanding credit in the United Kingdom will be systematically and individually taken care of once they are up and running.
Meanwhile in the United States we are moving ahead full steam with our 2020 calendar of dates secured and our 40th anniversary. In Jan/Feb we have schools in Australia, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, and India.