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More Riding Tips For the New Year From Professional Instructors

More Riding Tips For the New Year From Professional Instructors

Expert Eye, Part 3 By Nick Ienatsch We continue our January theme of asking expert-level riding coaches to improve our 2019 riding by sighting their most-seen riding mistakes and fixes. This week we go all-street with two high-mileage, highly enthusiastic coaches....
A New Year Riding Plan from Professional Instructors

A New Year Riding Plan from Professional Instructors

At the Champ school I work with a group of riders who ride constantly in the dirt and on the pavement, for pleasure and in competition. These guys are insanely focused on being consistent at expert-level speeds. As 2019 begins, I asked a few of my coaches to write...
Make 2019 A Great Year For Motorcycling

Make 2019 A Great Year For Motorcycling

I want to leave you with three thoughts as 2018 ends and 2019 begins: This saying speaks to financial balance certainly, but it has meaning to riders too. In the past year this column has encouraged you to go racing through the eyes of 65-and-older racers, Ralph...
ChampSchool Partners With VETMotorsports

ChampSchool Partners With VETMotorsports

For Immediate Release ChampSchool Partners With VETMotorsports To Provide Motorcycle Training To Military Veterans Millville, NJ, December 21, 2018 — The Yamaha Champions Riding School (YCRS) has entered into an agreement with VETMotorsports to provide...
There Is No Silver Bullet For Motorcycle Riding Technique

There Is No Silver Bullet For Motorcycle Riding Technique

Getting hung-up on one style leaves time on the table By Nick Ienatsch December 11, 2018 0 Comments Every veteran trackday rider or roadracer eventually realizes there is no single silver bullet to riding consistently fast. There are single tips that...