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Driven by data-proven best practices, our courses are the most up-to-date and professional motorcycle education available, accessible from anywhere with internet.
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Riding a motorcycle is a pretty intuitive activity. It’s not much different from learning to ride a bicycle when we were kids. While it’s easy to learn, motorcycling is difficult to master.
If we really want to be good at something, we need to understand the best practices that drive the activity: what the best riders in the world are doing, and how we can incorporate those lessons in our riding.
Champ U provides the theory, explains the engineering, provides you with the drills, and offers a professional resource to develop your motorcycle skills with real-world drills.
As riders, learning does not start when you walk in the door at ChampSchool. It doesn’t end when you park your motorcycle.
Learning starts and ends with your desire for knowledge. Champ U is our way of providing you with decades of riding experience and knowledge at your pace and time, tailored for your goals as a rider.
Completely mobile-friendly and available anywhere with internet, Champ U will quickly become your one-source guide to riding safer, faster.
Your instructors aren’t just random people off the street or internet-famous people with cameras: we employ the best coaches in the country. National Champions, lap record-holders, world-level riders – you get the idea. We hand-select our instructors to provide you with best practices, refined by experience.
Nick’s parents bought him a dirtbike at the age of 12, and 12 years later he joined Motorcyclist magazine. This street rider met some incredible racers and gave roadracing a try; his efforts netted a pair of Willow Springs Raceway #1 plates, three WERA Grand National Finals wins plus two AMA national roadracing championships. Fun fact: Nick and his wife Judy “ride together”: on motorcycles and American Mustang horses.
Chris has run out of wall space for #1 plates: six WERA/N2 Heavyweight Endurance championships and counting. Those championship plaques sit next to AMA trophies for winning in 600 Supersport and podiums in 1000 Superstock. Chris has a Yamaha FZ1 in the garage for street riding and a flock of dirtbikes at his cabin’s TT dirt track. Fun fact: Chris’s wife Jenn runs ChampBody for us.
A dozen or so national roadrace wins – across multiple classses – Kyle was the 2021 MotoAmerica King of the Baggers. The Wyman family has owned a Harley-Davidson dealership for generations, so Kyle’s roots are deep within the industry. Fun fact: Kyle’s wife Hannah is the on-track reporter for MotoAmerica.
2022 Junior Cup National Champion. Endurance National Champion. Harley-Davidson Factory Test rider. Corvette School instructor. What doesn’t Cody do? Growing up in a motorcycle-oriented home with his brothers Kyle and Travis, Cody has achieved an incredible level of success through a mixture of talent and absolute dedication to the sport.
When Mark isn’t instructing at ChampSchool, he’s flying around the world coaching elite military members in anti-terrorist driving. There are two Motorcycle Racing Association #1 plates on his wall and his riding expertise extends to motorcycle racing tires and on-board data acquisition. Fun fact: he and his wife Tammy are often accompanied by their goat Heidi when shopping.
Elena has stood on the top of the MotoAmerican podium twice and joins Champ U’s Nick, Kyle and Chris as an AMA national roadrace winner. This racer grew up dirt-tracking and has a love for all forms of motorcycling, including MotoAmerica Superbike where she has finished in the top five. Fun fact: Elena’s husband Dean is an Isle of Mann roadracer; watch for this couple’s two kids to be awfully quick.
After years of being a hooligan, Nik decided to get on the race track – and behind the pulpit. A preacher by education, a restaurateur by trade, and an instructor by passion, Nik brings a unique skill set (and level of oversight) to the team.
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No matter if you are a nugget who just bought your first 390 Duke just getting your motorcycle legs underneath you or an old grey-beard salty-dog with 100,000 miles on your current Road King. Champ U is well worth it.
It takes days to complete [Champ U]. But I could take it at my pace… and man is there good stuff in there! [The lessons in Champ U] need to be going out to everyone who rides a motorcycle.
MIKE ON BIKES
I especially recommend you to take their online course, Champ U. It features deep-dives into all the key concepts of going fast, safely.