MILLVILLE, N.J. (Oct. 27) — Yamaha Champions Riding School (YCRS) instructors will be holding stage presentations for three of the 2015 International Motorcycle Shows (IMS) in their winter schedule, starting this coming weekend in Portland, Oregon Oct. 31 – Nov. 1, 2015.
Senior instructors Kyle Wyman and Mark Schellinger will kick off the presentations at Portland with discussions about techniques and skills that YCRS calls ‘Champions Habits.’ YCRS instructors will also present at the Long Beach, California show as well as in New York City. The entire IMS show schedule can be found at www.motorcycleshows.com.
“We want to thank IMS for inviting us back,” said Nick Ienatsch, Senior Instructor for YCRS. “They truly feel that we provide value to show-goers, giving them something to take home with them. We want to change their lives and these shows have been well received by enthusiasts, whether they ride a motorcycle yet or not.”
Like last year, IMS has invited YCRS instructors to appear on stage to deliver the message that so many graduates believe in: How the habits of champions make every rider faster and safer, most importantly – safer.
“We get a chance to really speak to the enthusiasts at these shows,” Kyle Wyman added. “We invite anyone interested in YCRS, interested in improving their riding no matter what or where they ride, to come see us in the Yamaha area and on the main stage.”
About Yamaha Champions Riding School:
Yamaha Champions Riding School plans to elevate world-class professional-level rider training in the United States. Offering schools at many circuits, YCRS teaches competition-proven techniques of motorcycle control to any pavement-bound rider with the ultimate goal of promoting safer riding in any condition. Learn how you can ride faster and safer by visiting www.ridelikeachampion.com
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