You should always keep your bike regularly serviced and in a road/trackworthy condition, but for the avoidance of doubt please note the following requirements and recommendations:
All bikes must have a front brake lever guard or hand guard fitted. Your brakes must be in good condition when taking to the track. If it has a rear brake light then it must be working. You will need an operational front and rear brake. Brake pads should have plenty of life left in them. During a track day our brakes will wear quicker than on the road and it is good practice to check them throughout the event.
They must be in good condition and we strongly recommend checking and adjusting to suitable pressures. Do remember to wait for your tyres to warm up during the first few laps.
Taping up of lights
We recommend front and rear lights and indicators are taped up before going on circuit - in an accident the lenses in your lights can shatter, creating a hazard on track.
Must not be affixed to the rider or the top of the fuel tank or where the vision of the rider would be impaired. They must be fixed using a purpose built mount either adhesive, bolted (or sucker mount with a secondary tether). No extension arms.
Suspension and steering parts will define how well your bike handles on the track; always ensure that these components are in good condition.
Your engine will be under greater pressures than the road. Check all fluid levels are correct, plus chain and sprocket wear.
The bodywork and all fasteners should be checked - you do not want any parts falling off on track. Touring bikes must remove all luggage boxes.
This is not compulsory for taking part on track. Your road policy is very unlikely to cover trackday activity
You must ensure that you have enough fuel at the start of each session. You will use more than on the road. A simple tool kit is also handy to have with you.