Press Release, For immediate release

 

August 2, 2017

 

San Diego, CA.  2013 AMA Superbike Champion and 2016 MotoAmerica SuperStock Champion Josh Herrin to guest instruct for the Yamaha Champions Riding School Sept 11-12 at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

 

Champions Habits are the foundation for the ChampSchool curriculum and Josh epitomizes these habits.   Josh’s habits and multiple championships are in line with what YCRS preaches: consistency at whatever pace you choose. Josh Herrin and YCRS: a natural fit.

 

“I’ve hung out and ridden with Josh over the last year or so during some Yamaha events.  What impressed me most about Josh is not his actual riding, I already knew how amazing he is on a motorcycle, but it was his personality.  Not only will he stop to sign an autograph or take a selfie with any fan, but he stops what he is doing and engages them in conversation.  He is genuinely interested in them, what they ride, and where they are in their riding.  It’s no wonder his fan base and social media following is so large and loyal.  Josh is as good a dude off the bike as he is a bad-ass on it.” – Keith Culver, COO of ChampSchool.

 

The final ChampSchool on the east coast will be the Monday and Tuesday, Sept 11-12, immediately following the penultimate round of the MotoAmerica series for the fourth year in a row.  Josh’s name will be added to the list of great champions such as Colin Edwards and JD Beach who have guest instructed during this event in the last few years.  You just never know who might show up at this event.  Learn more at www.champschool.com

 

You can next catch the MotoAmerica series and see Josh Herrin (as well as ChampSchool senior instructor Kyle Wyman) battle it out at Sonoma Raceway on August 11-13. The MotoAmerica series will then be joined by YCRS regular guest-instructor and sponsored rider Anthony Mazziotto at Pittsburgh International Race Complex.  Following Pittsburg is the home race for ChampSchool at NJMP and then the final round at Barber Motorsports Park.  Learn more at www.motoamerica.com

 

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 and stay safer,  while concentrating on the way in which modern motorcycles are designed to be ridden.  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 www.ridelikeachampion.com