Raise your hand if you have encountered an unforeseen situation while riding. Are you a rider with some experience looking to improve and build on your skills? The Yamaha Champions Riding School will be giving a special extended presentation at the International Motorcycle Show in several select locations. World-class instructors Ken Hill, Nick Ienatsch, and Scott Russell will be making a special appearance at the International Motorcycle Show in Atlanta, Dallas, San Mateo, Long Beach, New York City, and Chicago.
If you have ever thought about getting professional insights into riding and learning about proven techniques to handle unforeseen situations and make you a better, safer rider, this is a great opportunity to sit in and soak in a wealth of knowledge. If you’ve paid for professional instruction, the Yamaha Champions Riding School presentation is a great reinforce to help refresh what you’ve learned. Whether you are a track day junkie or seasoned street rider, the techniques and insights that Ken Hill, Nick Ienatsch, and Scott Russell share will provide a valuable look into critical aspects of riding that apply no matter where you ride. Whether its Scott Russell explaining trail braking in terms that everyone can understand or Ken Hill and Nick Ienatsch talking about situational awareness that can save your life, everybody who sits in on this seminar has something to gain out of it.
Remember to come check out the Podium this year at the International Motorcycle Show and check your city’s seminar schedule to get a complete breakdown of who will be giving presentations at the Podium. If you’re in Atlanta, Dallas, San Mateo, Long Beach, New York City, or Chicago, the Yamaha Champions Riding School’s extended seminar is not only entertaining and high energy, but also a great source of valuable information.
You can check out the Yamaha Champions Riding School at http://www.millermotorsportspark.com/riding-school/yamaha-champions-riding-school
You can check out Nick and Ken’s site at http://fastersafer.com