Personal Development in Roseville, CA

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  • Spectator Racing
    Motors zip around the All American Speedway, reaching speeds of up to 90 mile per hour and jockeying for first place in a display that emulates a professional car race. But behind the wheel of each real racecar is a beginner who’s picked up his or her skills from one of Spectator Racing’s experienced instructors, many of whom are former racing champions. Decked out in a fire suit and helmet, drivers execute turns during practice laps, qualifying races, and in the main event—a Saturday-night showdown that concludes with a trophy presentation and motor-oil sundaes for top finishers. Spectator Racing’s driving experiences are designed for visitors with little to no racing experience, and its instructors take the time to go over small details about performance after they watch their pupils practice.
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    Roseville, CA US
  • iFLY- Sacramento
    At iFLY, "indoor flying" means something way cooler than jumping on your bed at home. There are helmets involved. Here's how it works: you show up, suit up, and go through an orientation lesson with expert instructors before lifting off in an air column powered by a combined 1,600 horsepower worth of giant fans. The column is forceful enough to simulate the experience of dropping through the sky, even though flyers are just inches from the ground. As with outdoor skydiving, the flying experience lasts for about a minute but with the earn your wings package flyers get two flights, and may be able to execute turns and tricks at the instructor's discretion.
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    Roseville, CA US
  • Mathnasium
    Established: 2008 Staff Size: 2–10 people Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours Pro Tip: Come with a positive attitude and a willingness to work hard
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    Fair Oaks, CA US
  • Le Beau Balloon
    No toy chest is complete without an action figure. Pick up one at this store to make sure you have this for your next play date! Combine play and learning with this fantastic, educationally-oriented toy! Your boundaries are unlimited when you are in control of an awesome radio control toy. Take it anywhere you want! Stuffed animals are great gifts to give. Make sure to pick one up today. Board puzzles and card games are perfect for family outings. Pick some up to ensure all your moments are full of fun. Get your hardhat on! Pretend to be a construction worker today with your kiddos and start building with a fun set from this Le Beau Balloon. What's that way over there? See for yourself with a pair of top-notch binoculars from Le Beau Balloon. Save time and money with nearby parking options at Le Beau Balloon.
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    Folsom, CA US
  • NorCal Flight Center
    For Christopher Braun, it was a computer flight simulator. For Richard Ryan, it was the old television show Sky King. Each flight instructor at NorCal Flight Center discovered his love of flying differently, but now they share a common goal: teaching aspiring aviators how to soar through the clouds. Their courses, which combine ground training with hands-on flight, equip students with the skills necessary for everything from a private pilot license to the instrument training needed to fly through rough weather. Aboard their Piper N9527W, they also introduce novices to the picturesque parts of the Sacramento area during scenic sightseeing flights.
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    Lincoln, CA US
  • California Supermoto Schools
    Founded in 2001, Supermoto USA is one of the premier pro/am Supermoto —or motocycle dirt bike—series in the country. Well known racers such as Bobby Fong, Joey Pascarella, Cameron Beaubier, Elena Myers, Tyler O’Hara, Garrett Willis, Ryan Kearns, Dominic Colindres, and Gage McAllister developed their skills competing in Supermoto USA's Nor Cal Championship as young riders. They also offer classes, and founder Brok McAllister and his team of instructors hold championship pedigree. Backed by their skills and international Supermoto titles, they lead Supermoto classes. They teach students of all experience levels the fundamentals of riding, such as body position, braking, and safety tips. They cover techniques for riding both on smooth pavement and dirt, and because their class sizes are small, they have the chance to break off and help students with one-on-one instruction. Their sessions begin in the classroom, and then move to the facility's dirt track, where students can hop on provided bikes to test out their skills and pronunciation of "vrrrooooom vrrrooooom!"
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    Rancho Cordova, CA US