After a successful 2015 summer season at New Jersey Motorsports Park, the Yamaha Champions Riding School will return to Inde Motorsports Ranch for a complete winter school schedule in 2015-2016, which kicks off tomorrow for a two day school on Oct. 13-14, 2015.
YCRS fell in love with Inde Motorsports Ranch, located just outside Tucson, Ariz. in Willcox – the desert circuit offers a 2.75 mile, 21-turn road course and immaculate facilities, perfect for teaching “Champions Habits” and escaping from the winter cold.
“All of us at YCRS are excited to be heading back to IMR this winter,” said Nick Ienatsch, Senior Instructor at YCRS. “We really loved it in Arizona last year and it offered a great opportunity to see a new track and introduce it to our students. This year we’re back because we can’t live without it!”
The complete winter YCRS schedule at Inde Motorsports Ranch is as follows:
October 13-14, 2015
November 16-17, 2015
December 8-9, 2015
January 7-8, 2015 (Graduates Only)
February 16-17, 2015
At YCRS students will learn techniques created by none other than the best riders in the world. Students should expect to learn vital body position and braking techniques that will take their riding to the next level, including the new concept of BAS – Brake Assisted Steering.
“Brake Assisted Steering is our interchangeable term for Trail-Braking,” said Chris Peris, Senior Instructor. “While Trail-Braking is an accurate term, we believe the reason too many are scared to use it is because it’s hard to conceptualize trailing off brake pressure as you ride through a turn. If you want to learn how to ride your bike the way it was designed to be ridden, come on out to IMR this winter.”
For more information or to sign up for YCRS, visit www.ridelikeachampion.com
About Yamaha Champions Riding School:
Yamaha Champions Riding School plans to elevate world-class professional-level rider training in the United States. Offering schools at many circuits, YCRS teaches competition-proven techniques of motorcycle control to any pavement-bound rider with the ultimate goal of promoting safer riding in any condition. Learn how you can ride faster and safer by visiting www.ridelikeachampion.com or on Facebook here.
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