Jan 12, 2013
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JASON PRIDMORE HEADS TO MINNESOTA FOR IMS SHOW
STAR Motorcycle Schools' Jason Pridmore, will be a guest speaker at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show this weekend in Minneapolis, MN at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Jason, a two time AMA Pro Racing Champion, will be conducting four half hour riding seminars during the weekend. Each riding seminar is free and open to the public. The seminars are interactive, and will feature a mix of instruction and Q&A. You can even ask Jason about his role helping thePenz13.com team win the 2012 World Endurance Superstock-Cup during this year's 24 hour of Le Mans race.
About Jason: Jason has been working with motorcycle students since the tender age of 14. After wrapping up his first AMA Pro championship in 1997, (750 SuperSport) he and partner Mark Gallardo started STAR Motorcycle School. Jason's motorcycle racing career continued to produce championships both domestically and internationally. After winning the 2002 AMA Pro Formula Extreme and 2003 World Endurance Championships, Jason retired from AMA Pro competition with a staggering 21 National race wins. He continued with his World Endurance campaign helping the Penz13.com team win the 2012 World Endurance SuperStock-Cup in September.
About STAR: The Skills and Techniques for Advanced Riding Motorcycle School (STAR) was created to help motorcyle enthusiasts become a more proficient, more confident rider. Whether you are a street rider who wants to improve your skills to gain confidence and become a safer rider, or a track day junkie and racer looking for answers on how to go faster on the racetrack, the STAR Motorcycle School has a training program designed specifically for you.