BMW Motorcycle Owners of America (BMWMOA) is hosting the Chris Peris Riding School and Streetmasters July 16th at Oregon Raceway Park in Grass Valley, Oregon. The day is designed to provide the ultimate experience for BMWMOA members in meeting, talking, and riding with two legendary racers who raced in the same series, on the same tracks, separated only by a couple of decades.
Peris Riding School is dedicated to helping our students reach their full potential by teaching proper riding techniques used by today’s top pro riders. Whether you are a racer, do trackdays or would like to become a more skillful and experienced street rider, we will provide you with all the skills you need to succeed. You will learn about throttle control, trail braking, shifting, how to choose a line in a corner, body position and how to use your eyes more efficiently. Through a series of classroom sessions, on-track drills and lapping with instructors, Peris Riding School will provide you all of the instruction and feedback you need to become a better, faster and safer rider.
Streetmasters is committed to improving rider technique, situational awareness and confidence in the real-world with their Advanced Cornering Workshop. They may be a small regional training company, but they are dedicated to their core mission of bringing rider improvement and safety to motorcyclists of all types and abilities. Streetmasters has actively pursued this goal since 2004. Walt Fulton, who some of you may remember from the mid-1990s BMW “Battle of the Legends,” is the chief instructor and co-owner of Streetmasters. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to students of all levels – and he’s eager to share that knowledge with you.
Oregon Raceway Park located 29 miles south of the Columbia river is a 16-turn, 2.3 mile road course with over 100 feet of elevation changes.
BMW Motorcycle Owners of America (BMWMOA) was formed in 1972 as an all-volunteer organization to promote the camaraderie and friendship of individual members and BMW motorcycle clubs. Since those first days, the BMW MOA has grown to be the largest brand specific motorcycle club in the world that is not owned and operated by the marque with over 32,000 members and 230 chartered clubs.
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