Training program RSE

Training program RSE - For beginners - racers

Training program RSE - For beginners - racers

Do you dream of getting your knee down? Like any technical sport all it takes is some mastery of the technique – it’s something that can be taught to anyone.

Troy CorserTrack training by Troy Corser. At the Racing School Europe we have courses designed to quickly accelerate your riding ability so that in a few days to you can reach a level that was unthinkable before. This professional training program is suitable for both beginners and advanced riders and even up to race level. We tailor the program to your skill level so even if you have never ridden on a racetrack before you will feel at home at the RSE. Age and experience are irrelevant.

 The training course consists of a full day of sessions which alternate between theory and practice. On average you will get five practical sessions per day riding on track, each lasting about 20 minutes of riding under the guidance of an instructor. After each session video and lap times are used to assist evaluation and analysis during debriefing.

Each student is individually assessed by their instructor against their personal learning plan which focuses on the most relevant aspects of racing technique for each individual.

Between sessions you will receive instruction on the ins and outs of racing technology. This includes mental aspects ("flow"), body position (hanging off), trail braking technique, technique for braking into corners and hitting the apex, tension and pressure on the bars, knee-tank relationship, footrest pressure, throttle control at entry and exit of corners, head position in corners, corner entry and exit technique and much more.

Over a three day course this approach nets you hundreds of intelligent circuit miles. One thing all courses have in common is personal attention as groups consist of up to 3 people. It is even possible to receive 1-1 instruction if necessary. Our instructors are experienced riders, trained in the transfer of knowledge and will tailor instruction to your riding level.

Key elements and services of the RSE training program:

Troy Corser

2-Times WSBK champion Troy Corser has developed a training progam suitable for both beginners and advanced riders.

Fly in and Ride

You can fly in and join our events, RSE can provide you the latest BMW S1000RR M Package and complete riding gear.

Small groups

Guidance and instruction from an experienced instructor (One instructor for 3 students on average) 1-on-1 instruction optional.


This professional training program is suitable for beginners and racers – we tailor the programme to your skill level.

Rain? We ride!

Racing School Europe has a partnership with Metzeler, this gives us the opportunity to switch to rain tyres if needed! The training continues!

GoPro video analysis

GoPro video recordings are an asset we use to improve your techniques. After the training you can take your videos home on a provided pen drive.

Progress logging

For every student we keep a logbook where we keep track of progress, experiences and riding abilities. Returning riders continue where they left off!

Tyre and mechanical support

We have our own mechanics on location for changing tyres, brakepads, servicing etc.

Transport your bike

If you prefer your own bike over a rented BMW S1000RR RSE can take care of the transport for you and the maintenance afterwords.

Electronic timing

Electronic timing system to accurately report lap times. Laptimes are displayed at the end of each day and on the final day you receive a print out of every lap completed.

Race lab

Race lab theory session to introduce you to important riding principles. These sessions are very educational and are held by Troy Corser and Marcel Kramer.


Lunch catering (optional) we have drinks, coffee and fruit available througout the day with our own kitchen on location serving lunch.

Join RSE & Troy Corser on your favourite racetrack!

And ride the latest S 1000 RR! Become a faster, safer and more confident rider on and off the track!