Yamaha Champions Riding School
Some simply cringe when they hear the word school. But the wise understand that constant learning is a must to have a sharper mind.
And in the world of motorcycle riding and racing, a sharper mind equals additional safety, more enjoyment on the street, and quicker lap times at the track.
The inaugural Yamaha Champions Riding School at Miller Motorsports Park concluded Thursday afternoon, June 4. The graduates of the school’s first class were greatly improved and more confident riders than when they arrived Wednesday morning.
"These past two days have made such a difference in my riding," said first-time student Doug Thayer. "I have been to riding schools, had one-on-one days with instructors and read a lot of information about riding, but these guys made it easier to understand and put to use.
Motorcycle Riding School Thrill
Having been going to the motorcycle races as a spectator for a few years now, I’ve found that I have developed a healthy curiosity for what it’s like to ride a motorcycle at speed, and especially what it’s like on a track. Nick Ienatsch – Chief Instructor at Miller Motorsports Park’s UT. brand new Yamaha Champions Riding School-holds two-up rides for those brave enough to try it on a pair of the school’s Yamaha FZ-1 street bikes.