IMS Signs YCRS for Rolling Riding Clinics

The Progressive International Motorcycle Shows have inked the Yamaha Champions Riding School to appear at the first two shows of the 2016/17 season: Long Beach (November 18-20 and New York City December 9-11), and are in discussion for the remaining five shows of 2017.

MILLVILLE, NJ – For the fifth year in a row, the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows (IMS) has chosen YCRS as their partner to make riders safer.  Champions Habits, named after the basis for the YCRS curriculum, is the stage show highlighting some of the habits that champions use to not only go faster, but stay safer.  For any rider on any road Champions Habits can make you safer…faster and for track riders and racers…faster AND safer.


For the 2017 shows, YCRS looks to possibly do some of our Champions Habits Clinics in the stunt show area where we can show examples of things like RADIUS=MPH.


“Our clinics are modeled after our school and with the same goal: Let’s ride better. IMS recognizes riders’ interest in improving their skills and whether we’re on the Progressive stage or in the stunt-show area, we are bringing a message aimed directly at making riders safer, faster,” says YCRS’s Nick Ienatsch. “We’re glad to be back and look forward to helping riders enjoy this sport more.”

About the Yamaha Champions Riding  School

Yamaha Champions Riding School is the nation’s premier motorcycle training program.  YCRS is the evolution of the Freddie Spencer High Performance Riding School and is led by former racer, author, and right hand man of Spencer; Nick Ienatsch.  YCRS uses “Champions Habits” to teach all riders the skills and techniques used by the top riders in the world to go faster, stay safer, or both.  YCRS is dedicated to making all motorcycle riders safer and more in control of their riding, no matter what type of riding they do. For more information visit or and to see the wonderful motorcycles you have access to during a ChampSchool at one of our home bases, go to .