I'm with maintenance bn.
So the day wasn't exactly what I thought it would be.
There wasn't much instruction, it was more of being familiar with being on a track (even though it was an old landing strip in the middle of mountains).
They did critique you though. If they saw something they would point a blue flag at you and the next coach you saw you would raise your hand and pull over. They would walkie talkie the info to the coach to relay to you.
Mostly it was throttle control, entrance / exit speeds, roll on consistency, etc.
We rode in 3 sticks of about 15-20 riders, for about 1/2 hour each run, for 3 runs.
We even had about 5 cruisers trying it out!
The part that sucked the most for me was that the turns were outlined with little cones that were about 4" x 4" and maybe 1" off the ground. Good if you run them over, bad if your trying to blaze through zig zag turns and differentiating left and right boundaries (all the same color).
I guess I was used to no restroom (guy came when we arrived and took port-a-poties), and no concessions (food or water) from 11-5pm.