Most motor police are thoroughly trained in low-speed maneuvering.
What most motor police don’t get enough of is high-speed training.
This is where ChampPD comes in.
- Designed for Motor Officers
- Designed by Champions Riding School
- Only MSF Recognized Tier Three riding school in the United States
- Creators of the US Marine Corps Rider Essential Skills Training (REST) program
- Founders of the famed Yamaha Champions Riding School, previously the Freddie Spencer High-Performance Riding School
- Training provider for H-D engineering department and Back-To-the-Track program
- Training provider for Bosch Electronics engineering department
- Training provider for Showa Suspension
- Level Three training provider for USMC
- Training consultants for the United States Motorcycle Coaching Association
- Tested with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department – Motor Unit in the spring of 2018. (Check out the video LVMPD made about the class here)
- Tested with the Utah Sportbike Association and Utah State Police in the spring of 2019
- Implemented with the Phoenix and Glendale Police Departments in the fall of 2019.
- Contact information for reference available upon request.
- Highway speed training for motor officers based on Champions Habits from Champions Riding School.
- Champions Habits developed from racing have been proven to make all street riders safer.
- Proper Brake Technique at speed.
- Compensating for lack of ground clearance.
- Adapting to varying road conditions at speed.
- Better control during a high-speed chase.
- How weapons training translates into rider training.
- Proper eye usage to compensate for the higher rates of speed
- ChampPD will come to your agency and location to provide training.
- Can use a local track/ closed course or an open lot/ area that will allow highway speeds
- Training is provided year-round based on your agency’s riding season.
- Life-threatening accidents happen at high speeds
- High-speed techniques best developed at speed (racing)
- The best way to make safe riders is to make good riders. Technically proficient riders are safer.
Now what? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more details and see how we can make your motor officers safer by making them better.