Yamaha Champions Riding School (YCRS) instructors Nick Ienatsch and Kyle Wyman will be holding stage presentations at this weekend’s International Motorcycle Show (IMS) at Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif.
“Our first year in New Jersey was awesome,” said Nick Ienatsch, lead instructor for YCRS. “Instructor Chris Peris helped arrange a move to Arizona for the winter. Bikes are in transit right now. In fact, the first two December schools are already full.”
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,” 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. We’ll be there Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Check the stage area for the schedule.”
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