News Yamaha & NESBA... Track Demo Rides

Yamaha & NESBA… Track Demo Rides

Track Demos

Yamaha Motor Corporation and NESBA are once again offering any licensed motorcycle rider to come out to a NESBA track day and demo any one of Yamaha’s sport bikes, including the R1, R6, FZ1, FZ6 and FZ6R.

If you’ve got a valid motorcycle license and a helmet, Yamaha and NESBA have you covered with everything else.

"NESBA makes it so easy and everyone is super friendly. Bring a friend, and if you’re a beginner, you won’t be alone," says David Docktor, Yamaha’s Motorcycle Marketing Manager. Demo rides are at least 15 minutes and will be offered at eight of the premier tracks east of the Mississippi River.

If you enjoyed your demo ride on the track, and you decide to buy a Yamaha sport bike from any Yamaha dealer, NESBA will give you a $350 track day credit good at any of the nearly 30 tracks where they operate throughout the US.

Go to to reserve a demo session on the bike of your choice. To see all the benefits of the Yamaha and NESBA alliance go to

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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