Motorcycle Industry News
Helmet House has entered into a long-term contract with Rich Oliver’s Mystery School. Under the agreement, the Mystery School will supply students with Cortech gear to wear while attending the school.“Helmet House has been a supporter of Rich’s school for some time now, so it’s a great fit for the Cortech brand,” says Richard Kimes, Chief Marketing Officer, Director of Training, Helmet House.
Multi-time AMA Champion Oliver and his staff of instructors teach students of all skill levels at the Mystery School. Camps range from the MSF DirtBike School for new riders, to advanced off-road rider training in the Off-Road Challenge course, from the popular Two-Day Dirt Track Fun Camp to the demanding Four-Day Pro Camp that caters to serious racers, and includes a nutritional program, physical training, motocross and dirt-track riding and much more.There’s even a P.O.S.T approved Police Officer training course as well as private training days available to the anyone who wants one-on-one instruction.“Our Mystery School has evolved tremendously since it started 10 years ago,” says Oliver. “It’s more comprehensive and professional than ever. A major reason we sell out classes months in advance is due our sponsors like Cortech. By supplying us with their quality line of products for our gear rental program, students don’t need to buy and bring along their riding gear in advance, which enables them to ride at our school in the best safety gear possible.“Many of our customers have then gone out and purchased items from the Cortech line for their street riding and track riding needs after experiencing the product at the Mystery School. We’re thrilled to align ourselves with brands such as Cortech that share our dedication to quality.”For more information on the Rich Oliver Mystery School, go to www.richoliver.net