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Woodcraft & Armour Sponsor Cornerspeed

Cornerspeed Motorcycle School

For 2011, Cornerspeed welcomes two new business partners, Woodcraft and Armour Bodies. Cornerspeed’s CEO and chief instructor

Aaron Stevenson (Cornerspeed’s CEO and Chief Instructor) says: "I am very happy to establish a relationship with Eric (Wood) and his company. I’ve used Woodcraft products for years and to be able to represent his company is a natural fit."

In addition to the line of Woodcraft products, Cornerspeed will also represent and use Armour Bodies bodywork. Woodcraft is the US importer and distributor for Armour Bodies bodywork.

Stevenson is a life long motorcyclist who started riding at the age of 7. He has held an expert racing license since 1992. He has raced Vintage (Open-Superbike class) as well as Modern Supersport, Superstock, Superbike and Endurance.

To his credit, he has one national championship and finished second-over-all several times in the WERA National Vintage classes. Known mostly for racing vintage superbikes, many fellow racers on modern bikes, when practicing or competing against Aaron on his Vintage superbike, found out first hand that "It’s not what you ride but how you ride it."

As an instructor, Stevenson is able to take complex theory and break it down into easy to understand information that students can apply to their own riding. His classroom teaching style is relaxed and fun but he’s very serious about the knowledge students gain and how they apply it.

For more information about Woodcraft and Armour Bodies, visit woodcraft-cfm.com. For more information about Cornerspeed, visit cornerspeed.net.

To read a review of Cornerspeed, click here.

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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