Limited Availability for GA American Supercamp

February 22, 2013
Courtesy of American Supercamp
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Race fans near the Atlanta area are gearing up for American Supercamp coming to Gainesville, Georgia this weekend. There are still a limited number of spots available for the combined Racer/Non-Racer Camp scheduled for February 23-24, 2013.

From the west coast to the east coast, American Supercamp is a nationwide instruction course that has transformed many young and talented riders to knowledgeable and experienced racers. American Supercamp’s main objective is to get the most out of each rider’s abilities and let every individual reach their true potential.

“I’m excited to bring our camp to the great state of Georgia,” said Danny Walker, founder of American Supercamp. “I get so excited every time we launch one of our camps in this great location. The tools and instruction we provide for these riders of all ages is something they’ll carry with them forever. That’s really the most important thing for us, is to make a lasting impression on every rider that comes through our camp with the willingness to learn as much as possible. If you’re hungry for success and want to get the most out of your performance, you’ve come to the right place by choosing American Supercamp.”

Camp times are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for both days. Please arrive at least a half hour early for registration. Lunch and cold beverages will be provided over the duration of the camp. Camp registration is $600. For any further information, please visit  

American Supercamp is a riding skills and balance improvement course for all motorcycle riders using aggressive and innovative riding drills composed by the best riders in motorcycle racing. The camp is designed to force students to critically think about their actions and the effects on the handling of the motorcycle. The camp focuses on improving your techniques of concerning for safety and speed; improving your abilities going in to a corner, getting out of a corner, and if need be, past the competition. For more information, please visit

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