Penguin instructors are outfitted with Held USA gloves, and students will also have the opportunity to test the gloves on the track.
Held USA is proud to announce their renewed partnership with Eric Wood and Penguin Roadracing School. The instructors will be outfitted with Held’s top of the line Titan Evo, Phantom II and waterproof Race-Tex motorcycle gloves. Students of the school will also be able to test the gloves on the track.
“We are very pleased to renew our partnership with Held USA and are proud to promote Held gloves and products at Penguin schools,” says Eric Wood, President of Penguin Roadracing School. “We have personally tested this product in crashes up to 160 mph and have never had a Held glove fail. We are confident that we have not only the most comfortable gloves on the market, but also the safest.”
Claiming the title of the oldest motorcycle roadracing school in the country, the Penguin Roadracing School is in its 41st year of helping riders learn and master necessary riding skills. Welcoming new riders, experienced racers and everyone in between, the school offers comprehensive courses throughout New Hampshire and Connecticut.
“Our partnership with Eric and Penguin Roadracing School is a great way for us to help educate new and experienced riders alike about the importance of wearing quality safety gear,” says Held USA’s Head of Marketing, Sarah Schilke. “The Penguin School is a top notch organization, and we’re proud to provide them with gloves and other Held products to put to the test on the track.”
Learn more about the Penguin Roadracing School and see a complete schedule at www.penguinracing.com.
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