What are you policies regarding COVID-19
The following are our procedures for COVID-19. These are superseded by the policies of the facility we are using to do the classes.
We ask, no, we beg, if you are sick in anyway, stay home! We know how much you want to come to ChampSchool, but its not worth getting a bunch of people sick from all over the country. Stay Home! We will make it up to you, put you in a follow-up class, whatever it takes to keep everyone safe. Please, stay home if you are sick.
Due to local, state, and federal guidelines concerning the spread of COVID-19, we have supplemental guidelines for all participants at ChampSchool events.
We ask that all participants follow these guidelines developed from state and federal recommendations for the safety of your fellow riders, our staff, track staff and to allow us to continue to put on great motorcycle schools.
These procedures will allow us to comply with existing orders for limiting contact between individuals with the utilization of masks, gloves, hand washing, and hand sanitizer for the staff who deal directly with the riders.
Registration + Waiver:
All registration must be done before the event. There will be no “same day, at event” sign ups. You must pre-register. Rider and crew / family only. There will be no spectators allowed.
A digital waiver is part of our registration process so, with the exception of the Youth / Minor Waiver which needs to be signed at the event, these must be signed before you can ride. We will have limited paper waivers and encourage digital signing.
Each person that enters the track may be required to sign their (track’s) waiver at the gate. Everyone entering the track should have a mask in the event it is needed. We ask that you wear your mask when signing your entry waiver as a courtesy to the staff.
We will be taking everyone’s temperature at check-in.
When you enter the facility please spread out. Keep 10 feet between pits. There is ample space in the paddock. If you did not need or reserve power, do not park in front or near the power receptacles.
The only people that should be under your canopy or in your pit area are the people that arrived in your vehicle. You may bring crew/family but we ask that numbers be limited.
Our staff will be wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and we ask that you do the same when social distancing is not possible or in areas where it is required. In short, if you are indoors or within 6ft of someone not in your household you need to be wearing a mask. PS, Your riding gear counts as PPE.
Tech Inspection + Check-In Revisions:
Check-in and tech will happen outside or in open garage (see event specific announcements). A technical staff member will be roaming the pits checking bikes. If your bike has not been checked when you come to check-in, let us know and we will send someone over to see your bike. There is no “come-to-us” tech inspection to limit group gatherings and standing in a line.
- Social distancing is key. That means standing at least 6 feet apart from another person.
- When you are unable to social distance or stand 6 feet apart, it’s recommend and in some states required that you wear a face mask (or riding gear) if unable to social distance to protect you from others and others from you.
- Hand sanitizer will be available at the tech and registration and rider meeting areas.
- The CDC recommends persons who are sick with fever or cough, elderly or at high risk, to stay at home. We do too. Please do not attend our event if this is you.
- Please take your temperature before you leave home. If you have a temperature of at least 100.4, you have a fever and should stay home. Please contact us and we will issue a refund.
- If you know you have had contact with someone diagnosed with having COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or you yourself have had COVID-19 in the last 30 days, please stay home. We will issue a refund.
- Respect our local community – wear face masks, gloves and wash your hands when supporting local businesses.
If you have a problem with any of the above guidelines please contact email@example.com ahead of time. Riders and crew are expected to abide by these guidelines. If you have questions or concerns at the event, please contact one of our staff members.
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What are your tech requirements if I bring my own bike?
Our tech is simple;
- Nothing loose
- Nothing falling off
- Nothing leaking
- Nothing dangerously protruding
- Air IN the tires
- Tread ON the tires (except slicks)
- Not mandatory but; We LIKE kickstands (we stop a lot)
- Not mandatory but; We LOVE brake lights (out coaches learn a lot from seeing when you brake but more importantly, when you let off the brakes)
Travel Reccommendations? How do we get there and where should we stay?
Yes, we do have some relationships with travel partners to some of our locations and are always working to find more.
New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, New Jersey
Flights: Most will fly into Philadelphia International Airport as it is one hour away, has flights from just about everywhere, and lots of local hotels and rental car options. Atlantic City Airport is slightly closer but does have less flights in and out.
There are two choices.
- NJMP (New Jersey Motorsports Park) has VIP Suites, they re roughly about $75 per night plus taxes. Call the track and mention you are with the Yamaha Champions Riding School for the discount via (856) 327-8000 or book online by clicking here and using the Drivers Club Code “YCRS” to obtain the discount. Keep in mind, NJMP hosts many events every year and the discount can be subject to availability and rates may vary around larger events.
- The Fairfield Inn and Suites of Millville / Vineland. The nicest hotel in the area also allows our students to use the discount from Evolution Racing’s (our COO’s Youth Race Team) sponsorship. Call 1-856-776-2400 and mention Evolution Racing or click here and use the discount code LPR .
Rental Cars: Use Payless Rental Car in Philadelphia (www.paylesscar.com). We have a 20-percent discount code (YCRS01). Here are a few more contacts for the Payless center at the Philly airport: Phone: 215-492-5500, extension 2, and you can even e-mail the Payless Vice-President (and YCRS graduate) James Easley directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inde Motorsports Ranch In Willcox, Arizona (near Tucson)
Flights: Most fly into Tucson and take the one-hour scenic drive southeast to Tucson. Some fly into Phoenix because there are more flight options that are often less expensive (but not always). The drive is about three hours to Willcox.
Hotels: Two choices also.
- The Holiday Inn Express in Wilcox found here can be had for only $61 per night if you are a student of YCRS. You can call them at 520-384-3333 to book because they don’t yet have an online discount system. This hotel is the newest and nicest in the are.
- Inde Motorsports Ranch Casitas. You can now stay at the track in one of Inde’s high-end Casitas and feel wht it would be like to have a luxory condo with a race track in your back yard. Contact email@example.com or call 520-384-0796 for details. Click here for details.
Rental Cars: We do not have any rental car connections yet for our Arizona locations.
All other locations are traveling schools for us and we just do what you do, click on Expedia and find the best deals we can find.
Are female riders welcome?
Heck yeah! Twenty- to fifty-percent of each school will be women riders and we have facilities to make anyone comfortable. We have Yamaha’s FZ07 and R3 if your inseam is short, or you can attend on your own bike. We encourage husbands and wives to attend together as well as fathers and daughters.
Crash Policy... What happens if I crash? Who covers damage?
If you’re hurt or your bike is un-repairable, you’re done riding for that school. If you’re okay, understand why you fell down and we can fix your bike or have another one handy, we’ll get you back on track.
Any student who crashes is responsible for the repair costs. We all make mistakes and the YCRS crew knows that you came to ride, so we’ll do our best to get you back on a bike if you know and understand why you fell.
Payment for any damage is due that day. We cannot put you out on another bike until we know you can cover the cost of the damaged one. It’s just common sense and without this policy, we would be out of business.
Any student who crashes is responsible for the repair costs to get the damaged bike (or gear) back to 100%. Yamaha gives us these bikes new and perfect, and we have to return them or sell them in new and perfect condition.
There is an internal “insurance” policy that limits liability to $3500 (like a $3500 deductible) for $100 per day. IN other words, if you cartwheel a $12,000 R6, you pay $3500 and walk away.
We recommend reaching out to your motorcycle insurance company and tell them you are taking a riding school and ask if they will cover damage to a rental bike. If they do, find out what is needed and we will help in any way we can.
We all make mistakes and the YCRS crew knows that you came to ride, so we’ll do our best to get you back on a bike if you know and understand why you fell.
Guest, visitors, and family policy. Can they come and can they take pictures?
Yes they can. We’re not secretive, we’re not G6-Classified. We’re not worried that your mom is taking pictures to start her own motorcycle school. We want people to see how the best riders in the world ride and create a safer sport.
The catered lunches and snacks are for paying students. Check with a representative for guest lunch and snack pricing.
Do we ride in the rain?
Age Requirements. Do I need a motorcycle license?
We don’t have a specific age restriction and we’ve had students as young as 12 with one 10-year-old out in 2021. The age restriction comes from the tracks we visit.
Our home base, New Jersey Motorsports Park, has a policy from the State Police that we follow when training at NJMP. Anyone under the age of 17 without a license, needs to be approved and go through a process that includes a special waiver to be signed by the parents.
For anyone under the age of 16, we need a resume of the child’s riding experience and references that we will call. This is a YCRS policy that also saves the NJMP Chapter 62 laws.
Other than the requirements from the track, as long as you have the ability to operate the bike you will use, like releasing the clutch, shifting the gears, using the brakes, and lifting it off the side-stand, you’re welcome at YCRS.
If young riders want to bring smaller bikes, we encourage it.
A motorcycle license or endorsement is not required as we are operating on a closed course.
Our school can handle complete beginners, but most students find the school more beneficial if they have already had some riding experience on a dirt bike or small street bike during a basic riders course, etc.
Beyond that, all we require is a clear, focused and sincere desire to learn from the best in the business.
If your not sure, ask us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Gear Requirements. Do you have gear for me to rent?
If you are using your own motorcycle, we want to see it with nothing loose, nothing falling off, nothing leaking. Air IN your tires and tread ON your tires. No bologna skins. We will ask you your tire pressures… it makes a difference.
For any ChampSchool in our home locations, you can rent a fantastic new Yamaha sportbike. For ChampDay or when we travel, reach out and see what we have available.
ChampSchool & ChampDay Safety Gear Gear Requirements
We are on a track so we will require standard track gear but, we have just about anything that you don’t. We prefer leather suits, the one-piece is best, the two-piece is common and just fine. Sometimes we get riders coming with their Cordora style suits and while we wouldn’t wear them on track, it’s your skin, not ours. Obviously, you need a helmet, gloves, and over the ankle boots. We like to see students using back protectors as well.
Anything you don’t have, you can rent easily just by choosing what you need during the registration process. We are fairly well stocked with Arai helmets, Alpinestars Leathers, Boots, Gloves, and back protectors. Keep in mind, our rental gear is better than most but we are still limited to what is available so if you have gear that you know fits good, we recommend bringing it. Please reach out if you are not sure.
ChampStreet Gear Requirements
ChampStreet operates on a modified course and is limited to the street speeds of the state where the classroom is taking place. You do not need track gear for ChampStreet but we still want you to wear a riding jacket, long pants, over the ankle boots, gloves, helmet, and eye protection.
What are the minimum rider qualifications? I'm not a racer, is this school for me?
We like to say at YCRS that there is only one requirement to learn from YCRS is Desire! Desire to learn how to ride a motorcycle the way the best riders in the world ride will get you very far in this sport.
We do want you to be able to at least ride a motorcycle in a parking lot at low speeds. If you take off, shift the gears, slow down and come back, you qualify. We actually like newer riders that we don’t need to un-teach bad habits. We have taught first-time riders before but we don’t want to hold up the rest of the class so prefer you can at least do the basics.
We don’t take lap times and we don’t care who passes whom. Our main focus is improving any rider, of any discipline, on any bike and any rider. Racing and street riding share the common skill set of bike control. Do a bad job of bike control on the track and you lose the race, run off the track, and possibly even crash. Do a similarly bad job of bike control on the street and you face much greater risks: like crossing the centerline into oncoming traffic or running wide into a guardrail. Come to YCRS to learn bike control on a “big, wide road” with nothing to hit should you run wide in a corner.
Depending on location and time of year, we usually have more street riders than racers in our class and have even added an adventure bike to our fleet.
What is the registration and payment process?
All registrations are done online using the Active Network registration system.
You can reach registration in a few ways.
Go to our home page and navigate to our schedule and click to register for a particular event.
You can navigate and see all the options before every having to commit to payment.
During the registration process, after you have chosen your program and date, you will have the opportunity to see and choose any of the options available for that program such as a motorcycle or gear rental, special dietary needs, and even booking a third day with one of our instructors.
At checkout, you will be required to pay for your class or sign up for our two-payment plan. This new plan requires students to pay a non-refundable 50% deposit and agree to have your card charged for the balance 30 days out from the school. As always, you are more than welcome to pay in full at the time of registration.
We also prefer to start teaching on the morning of class and not worry about chasing anyone for money. We keep our classes limited in size for a better education so there is a little leeway in the payment policy. If you have special circumstances, you may reach out to us and we will always try to work something out. We are all human and everyone has a different circumstance.
What should I wear under my leathers?
What kind of schedule does a typical YCRS day follow?
This is a rough outline of the schedules we try to adhere to. Because the size of groups and locations change, this is a loose schedule and we often change it up to make the day the best possible for the students.
ChampDay typically runs in a track-day type schedule format. Some tracks will vary but count on being there by 7:00, check-in by 7:30, being ready for the first meeting around 8 am and to be riding somewhere around 9. We split into groups during the first meeting and start a rotational schedule from there. We typically run until about 5 but we’re more concerned with giving you the best training experience possible and won’t be watching the clock.
ChampStreet is sometimes broken down into a rotation like ChampDay and often even rotates with a ChampDay. The courses are modified to fit street riders’ needs so that speeds are more street realistic. The start and end times vary depending on location but you will be notified. Figure about eight hours of your day with us.
ChampSchool, our one or two-day experience, is more dynamic based on the track, the students, and can vary. The following is a more detailed loose itinerary for ChampSchool One and Two Day.
7 am – Gates Open
- Navigate towards the central area where you see activity. Typically, near the classroom or track entrance.
- Ask anyone in a YCRS or ChampSchool shirt for guidance. They are always around to greet students.
- Unload if you have your own bike
7:30 am – Registration Opens
- Check-in with a registration staff person
- Most waivers are online, but registration staff members will have copies if necessary.
- Check on gear rental, depending on the situation, there may be staff and time to get you fitted before class starts. If not, we have time allotted for it before we ride.
- ChampSchool two-day students – help yourself to continental breakfast, coffee, and juice in the classroom.
8:00 am – Class Starts
- Do not be late for the start of class. The foundation for everything we teach starts right away.
- You do not need to be in your riding gear at the start of class.
8-10:00 am – Classroom, lecture, demonstrations, and van lapping (ChampSchool only)
10am-12:30/ 1:00 – On track lead/follow and drills
12:30/1:00 – Lunch
1:30-4 pm – Combination of on-track drills, classroom lecture, and demonstrations
4 pm – Filming
- Each student will be followed by an instructor with a camera for one lap
5 pm – On track is complete
- Prep your bike for overnight
- Park rentals near Yamaha garage
- Clean up your gear and can (usually) leave in the classroom or specific location
- Relax, clean up, prepare for dinner and film review
6-6:30 – Gather for dinner and film review at the location given by your instructor
8pm (or when done with video and dinner) – Retire for the night (hotel/ Camper/ casita)
Day Two (and ChampGrad)
8 am – Class Starts in the classroom
8-9:30/10 am – Classroom, demonstrations, van lapping
9:30/10 am – 11:15 pm – On track drills
11:15/11:30 – On track filming
12/12:30-1:30 – Lunch and film review
1:30-4 pm – Lapping and on track drills, demonstrations
4 pm – Champions Lap
4:30/5 pm – Graduation
5:30 – Class is over, go in peace
***All times are just a loose outline and are always changing for a class or weather.
What is the rescheduling/cancellation policy?
Our cancellation policy is probably more strict than a typical track day. Track Days are low price/ high volume so a few empty seats here and there won’t hurt too bad. With our higher price and lower volume, we could not afford to be too open with our cancel and reschedule policy so please read and understand we stick to this pretty strongly. Keep in mind, that due to our small size, we do try to work with you as best we can without hurting our ability to do a good job and stay in business.
YCRS Refund/Cancel/Reschedule Policy:
Outside of 90 days: You can cancel and receive a refund outside of 90 days from the start of school and pay a small 10% fee.
Inside of 90 days: You cannot cancel inside of 90 days and receive a refund. Inside of 90 days, you may reschedule and be subject to the same 10% fee. Your rescheduled class must be used within one year of your original date or you forfeit your payment. You can only reschedule one time or you forfeit your payment. Please use email to document the change and reference it when you pick your rescheduled class as our registration system resets every year on December 31.
Inside of two weeks (14 days): There are no cancellations or rescheduling allowed inside of 14 days. The only exception is if you or we can find someone to take/purchase your seat. If this happens, you may reschedule but cancel and the refund is not an option.
Cancellation and reschedule requests must be made by emailing email@example.com
Motorcycle Rentals. Are bikes included? Should I ride my own bike or rent yours?
Motorcycles are not included. They are options.
The benefits of renting one of our bikes are as follows:
- Our bikes are new or like new.
- Our bikes are Yamahas.
- Our bikes are meticulously maintained and have tires that will last the two days.
- You don’t have to worry about your bike, your tire pressures, your tire warmers, or fuel. We take care of everything.
- Our bikes have brake lights which help our instructors coach you more accurately.
- Our bikes have side stands which make it easy when we stop on the track to evaluate.
The benefit of using your own bike.
- You know your bike and are comfortable with it.
- You save between $500 and $800 (depending on if you take the insurance)
- You don’t have to be worried about being responsible for our bikes.
*If we had it our way, everyone would use our bikes, no one would ever tip over, and we would always have enough bikes for everyone, wherever we went. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way most of the time so we try to be flexible and give you the choice.
YCRS Rentals are available for any ChampSchool at our home locations. This included New Jersey Motorsports Park and Inde Motorsports Ranch. Rentals for ChampSchool are $250 per day ($500 total) and are available as options when you register. If you see a bike listed for rent, be assured it is still available.
Any ChampSchool outside of NJMP or Inde will most likely have limited bike rentals. In some locations, where home base is not too far, we will sometimes offer rentals in limited quantities. In some locations, we may use an outside bike rental vendor. If you see bike rentals as an option during your registration process, then rentals are available. If you don’t see any bike rentals listed, we will not have bike rentals available.
We offer Yamaha R6s to most students but also have the MT-07 – which is proving to be a favorite among riders not wanting so much weight on their wrists or are newer and want something easier to ride. We all love both of these bikes. We also have an R3, an MT-09, and a Tracer in each of our home locations.
Renters are responsible for anything they rent. If it is damaged, they will be responsible for getting the damaged property back to the condition it was in when they took it.
If you bring your own bike, we will need to check it. We don’t make you take up stuff, change coolant, or safety wire but we do want motorcycles to be safe. You can’t have anything leaking, anything falling off or loose. Tires need to have air IN them and tread ON them.
It is not required but we highly recommend a brake light and a kickstand. They will make life easier and increase the level of your education.
At our home tracks, NJMP and Inde, you may choose to purchase fuel for your own bike and we will fuel your bike with all of ours.
Motorcycle rentals are for our two-day ChampSchool only and are not typically offered for ChampDay. We do allow some exceptions for our ChampDay classes where graduates of the ChampSchool are allowed to rent bikes based on availability. We do this because ChampSchool graduates are ten times less likely to fall down so we just have a higher trust of them keeping our equipment safe for the ChampSchool which is usually right after a ChampDay. If a ChampDay is right before a ChamSchool where that bike is rented, we will most likely not be able to offer rentals.
Currently, we do not rent bikes for ChampStreet but as the program grows, we hope to be able to offer some rentals.
Whats the difference in different programs?
ChampSchool Two-Day; the full program, van lapping, video review both days, on track drills, 4:1 instructor ratio, catered breakfast and lunch, dinner on the first night by YCRS, bike and gear rentals for all riders is available. This is the top tier rider training program in the country. Starts at $1895.
- Core Champions Habits
- Grip/ Traction
- Radius = MPH
- Mental Focus
- Braking Drill
- Pointy End of the Cone
- Types of Corners
- Types of Riders
- Fork Travel
- Rear Brake
- Pointy End of the Cone
- Open Lapping
- Mini Drills
- Champions Laps
ChampSchool One-Day – day one of the ChampSchool. Starts at $995. Always run on the first day of a two-day program.
ChampDay – Open Lapping Format with two-three groups and classroom in between sessions. Get as much or as little education as you need/want. Starts at $349.
ChampStreet – For street riders only. No track riding speeds allowed. Legal highway speeds. No full gear required. Half Day option or full day options on some days. Riders of any type of motorcycle can come and learn how to take the techniques the best riders use and apply them to any road. Based on Colorados sunset clinics and Marine Corps REST program. $150 – $500.
ChampPrivate (Private and Semi-Private Instruction) – Students who can’t work out their schedules to fit ours can contact us and work out a time to come out and work privately or in a small group. This is very flexible in Arizona at Inde Motorsports Park but can also be done on the east coast in conjunction with a track day. Call for details and pricing due to travel cost variations. Highly recommended to have been through a formal ChampSchool first.
ChampCoach (Hire a YCRS instructor) – YCRS and its instructors can be hired individually, as a team, and even with motorcycle demo availability. Coaching, privately or groups, teach your control riders, cook your bbq lunch, parking lot clinics, corporate events, you name it and we can probably do it.
ChampTeam – A new program from YCRS. ChampTeam offers executive and business teams an opportunity to bond in an environment entirely out of their comfort zone… riding brand–new Yamaha motorcycles on a real race track. As a team, you will learn the critical skills taught to, and used by, the world‘s top MotoGP motorcycle racers and Formula 1 drivers...yes...the skills apply to both driving and riding as well as business and life.
Champions Sportbike Demos – YCRS is the official Yamaha Champions Sportbike Demo program in the US. You can solicit us to come out to your events and demo all of Yamaha’s new motorcycles allowing your customers to test these bikes out for free. This program works best in conjunction with you local dealer and trackday provider. Contact us for details.
What are the prices?
We have a lot of programs and options so here is a list of our more common pricing. Keep in mind, we can customize just about any program for your budget (within reason of course).
- Tuition: $1895 – $2795 depending on track (Includes breakfast and lunch for both days and dinner the night in between).
- Motorcycle Rental: $500 at home schools (NJMP and Inde), $600 at traveling schools (if rentals are available)
- Catastrophic Insurance: $200 ($3500 deductible)
- Alpinestars Leather Riding Suit: $125 (standard sizes only)
- Arai Helmet Rental: $50
- Alpinestars Boot Rental: $20
- Alpinestars Gloves Rental: $15
- Alpinestars Back Protector: $10
- Tuition: $350 – $600 depending on location and type of ChampDay program
- Motorcycle Rental: $400 (Only when available, only at NJMP and ONLY for YCRS ChampSchool Graduates)
- Catastrophic Insurance for rental: $100
Pricing varies greatly for ChampStreet depending on the venue. Could be as low as $150 for a parking lot program and as high as $500 if a track rental is required.
We are actively looking for locations and groups that want to bring ChampStreet to them so please reach out to bing ChampStreet to you.
ChampPrivate (Private Lessons)
- Tuition: $1595.00
- Bike Rental $400 (Only available at NJMP and IMR)
ChampCoach (Hire a YCRS Instructor)
- Lead Instructor: $1800 Per day plus travel expenses
- Senior Instructor: $1500 per day plus travel
- Junior Instructor: $1200 per day plus travel (must accompany a lead or senior instructor, cannot be hired alone)
ChampTeam Corporate Training Events
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to ride a Yamaha to take this school?
We like to say; “Any rider, with any bike, on any road.”