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Whether you race on a track or ride on the street, the Yamaha Champions Riding School gives students essnetial riding skills and the chance to utilize a world-class racing facility. Read the full story in ourYamaha Champions Riding School report.

In addition to the sport R6 Yamaha’s Champion Riding School offers riders FZ-6s and FZ-1s motorcycles that have an more standard upright riding position.
The Yamaha Champions Riding School was designed to help motorcyclists improve their skill regardless of whether they ride on the street or racetrack.
After warm-up students move on to riding maneuvers where they learn line selection, body position, throttle/brake application and vision drills.
Here the instructor demonstrates how important it is to keep your eyes up and look through the corner.
Proper body position is critical to safe riding. Here Waheed practices with assistance of his classmates.
Each student is given their own Yamaha YZF-R6 which is one of the best bikes suited for the racetrack.
Minimal time is actually spent inside the classroom or just standing around talking. The best thing is less talking and more ripping around with the throttle pinned and the engine screaming in excess of 15,000 rpm!
During the middle of the day everyone takes a break for lunch in the classroom where a guest instructor answers questions from students.
AMA Superbike racer Ben Bostrom share a tale of debauchery from his 10-plus years of professional racing.
Not only is Miller Motorsports Park offers two distinctly track to ride on. Both are fun and perfect for learning the finer points of high-performance motorcycle riding.
Yamaha Champions Riding School utilizes a fleet of new Yamaha motorcycles.
Each bike is fresh, clean and in perfect mechanical condition. Class size is limited to no more than 20 students, which ensure participants get a fair amount of personalized instruction.
Here students screen a video of themselves riding around the track while an instructor critiques them.
Students without riding gear can utilize school equipment courtesy of Alpinestars. After suiting up students divide into smaller groups by ability and assigned an instructor for the day.
Although the school comes with a hefty price tag, the chance to ride at a world-class race circuit while working one-on-one with some of the nation’s best instructors makes it all worth it.
Waheed practices his cornering maneuvers under the watchful eye of school instructors.