News You're Invited! UMC Buttonwillow Track Day, 9/18

You’re Invited! UMC Buttonwillow Track Day, 9/18

 Ultimate MotorCycling Buttonwillow Track Day, September 18

You're Invited! UMC Buttonwillow Track Day, September 18 - Arthur Coldwells
Ultimate MotorCycling President Arthur Coldwells at Buttonwillow

Join Ultimate MotorCycling for our Track Day on Friday, September 18, at Southern California’s Buttonwillow Raceway Park. We have partnered with JETT Tuning of Camarillo, Calif., and have a special day planned that features non-stop track time, demo rides, loads of vendors, and some schooling. Numbers are limited so don’t miss out – book now.

Friends and pit crew are welcome; there is no admission charge.

The Ultimate MotorCycling Buttonwillow Track Day features three 20-minute sessions per hour – A group, B group and then an Open session where anyone can ride. This provides more track time for participants – 40 minutes per hour if you have the energy!

You're Invited! UMC Buttonwillow Track Day, September 18
Jake Zemke providing rider training at an Ultimate MotorCycling Buttonwillow Track Day

Many OEMs will be present with demo bikes at the Buttonwillow Track Day, providing the opportunity to try out the latest motorcycles from all the major manufacturers.

We currently have around 20 vendors signed up, and more coming on board each week. Gear representatives will be on hand discussing the latest accessory and apparel about for you or your bike.

And just like our debut Track Day held at the SoCal track, Jake Zemke will help you hone your riding skills.

Entries are limited, and cost is $250 per rider. For additional details and to sign up with Paypal or credit card click here.

Ultimate MotorCycling Buttonwillow Track Day – List of Vendors:

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Arthur Coldwells
President and Owner of Ultimate MotorCycling magazine

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