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JCR Honda Supports PanicREV MX Camp

Motocross Camp

In effort to support riders and racers of all ages, JCR Honda is throwing its support behind the PanicREV MX camp, the Christian motocross camp that will be held over Christmas break at Glen Helen Raceway.

Johnny Campbell (JCR Honda owner) says: "The guys at PanicRev have been supporters of JCR/Honda since it’s inception so the opportunity to Support PanicREV and this amazing MX camp is a pleasure. Rider’s and Racers of all ages and skill sets are welcome to participate. I hope you will join what is sure to be an amazing MX Camp."

The following are Panic REV Camp Advisers: Travis Baker, Christian Craig, Ben Evans, Travis Freistat, Bryce Vallee, Nick Brozovich, and Justin Soule.

This three-day motocross camp is designed to help give riders a solid spiritual, physical, and technical foundation. Moreover, the camp is designed for riders of all ages and skill levels that are looking to take their skills on the racetrack to a new level.

The camp will feature daily chapel services and prayer, in addition to going over nutrition, corners, jumping, starts, riding position, technique and much more.

The camp includes meals, snacks, water, private track, conditioning instruction, nutrition instruction, riding instruction, chapel service, and camping. Come spend your Christmas break at the PanicREV Christmas MX Camp; grow spiritually, make life-long friends, and take your riding to a new level! We look forward to seeing you at Glen Helen in December!

PanicREV Camp Schedule:

Day 1, Monday
8 am – Check in and registration
8:45 am – Orientation & opening prayer
9:15 am – Warm up
9:30 am – Prep to ride
10 am – Instructional riding/Classroom training
noon – Lunch
12:30pm – Instructional riding/Classroom training
3 pm – Clean and work on bikes
3:30 pm – Free time/activities
6 pm – Dinner
7 pm – Chapel
8:30 pm – Camp fire/Free time
10:30 pm – Lights out

Day 2, Tuesday
6:45 am – Rise and shine
7 am – Breakfast
7:30 am – Morning prayer and devotional
8 am – Morning work out
8:30 am – Prep to ride
9 am – Instructional riding/Classroom training
noon – Lunch and guest speaker
1 pm – Instructional riding/Classroom training
3:30 pm – Clean and work on bikes
4 pm – Free time/activities
6 pm – Dinner
7 pm – Chapel
8:30 pm – Movie night/free time
10:30 pm – Lights out

Day 3, Wednesday
6:45 am – Rise and shine
7 am – Breakfast
7:30 am – Morning Chapel
9 am – Morning workout
9:30 am – Prep to ride
10 am – Instructional riding/Classroom training
noon – Lunch
3 pm – Clean/Pack up
4:30 pm – Camp closed

Ready to sign up, have any questions or need more info? Please call or email Scott Parkinson 626-991-1877

Camp Cost
$375.00 Lodging is available upon request. It is an additional $50.00 per person..

Camp Payment of $375.00 due by December 27
(A deposit of $125.00 hold’s spot email for details)

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. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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