This summer, for the third year in a row, we’re headed to the East Coast . . . New Jersey Motorsports Park with our friends from NESBA!
Our two-day schools in New Jersey start quick and accelerate from there. The racetrack is examined during van ride-alongs and then from the apex as one of the instructors aboard a Yamaha does things right and wrong. Right is quick and repeatable, wrong soon becomes painful. Students aren’t just hearing a prepared speech, they are gaining insight into how a bike works and what we do to make it work correctly; that means repeatedly, predictably and at any pace you choose. We get in and out of the classroom quickly, but students continually hear the reasons that good riders win championships, why we crash and the type and timing of control inputs.
The majority of each day is spent on the track, and the track changes each day to prove to you that it isn’t track memorization that makes you quick but correct riding techniques, and those techniques are learned while following the expert-level instructors, open lapping or perfecting a particular skill with a focused drill. Even during the catered lunches we watch the best riders in the world and discuss how we can emulate them. There is no timed curriculum because the only goal is to make you a better rider!
These schools fill up very fast, so don’t sleep on this one.
Two Day Price: $2,295
Two-time AMA champion Nick Ienatsch heads up the team of instructors that includes Ken Hill, Dale Keiffer, Shane Turpin and Mark Schellinger.
Go ahead, look these guys up. You’ll find a group of #1 plate holders, class champions, club champions, track-record holders and national champions. Also, Scott Russell, the former AMA Pro Superbike and World Superbike Champion nicknamed “Mr. Daytona” for his five wins in the Daytona 200, has signed on as a Guest Instructor .
What sets these coaches apart is their ability to teach at any level the student rides, at whatever lap time, aimed at whatever goal that student has.
This is one of the rare opportunities you have to come to our school and ride your own bike at the Yamaha Champions Riding School. So, get signed up, get your bike ready and we'll see you there!