The Roman, who fell from his Sterilgarda Go Eleven Ducati at around 200km/h during race two in Australia, has been told that the mild climate of the Indian Ocean location will help his many bumps and bruises heal, although his fractured left wrist remains in a cast.

Biaggi's main priority is to be back on his new 1098 in time for round three of the 2008 World Superbike Championship, at Valencia on April 6.

Biaggi's double Phillip Island DNF - the former MotoGP star fell without harm in race one - has left him seventh in the championship standings, 52 points behind Troy Bayliss.

Bayliss has also been forced to miss the Valencia test, after injuring his arm during practice at Phillip Island.

Biaggi's team-mate Ruben Xaus was fastest with a record-breaking lap time during the first day of the Spanish test, but won't take part in Friday's final day.