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Apr 1, 2014

Ken Hill Coaching Days Sponsored By Rickdiculous Racing Expands Its 2014 Schedule

Rickdiculous Racing's Adam Bronfman (777) and Josh Bronfman in action.

Ken Hill Coaching Days Sponsored by Rickdiculous Racing

Spring 2014 Press Release

After a successful winter season, Ken Hill Coaching Days Sponsored by Rickdiculous Racing is proud to announce its spring/summer schedule at Miller MotorSports Park in Tooele, Utah.

After sold out days at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway and Thunder Hill Raceway, Rickdiculous racing decided to expand its spring and summer schedule to 18 days at Miller Motorsports from May to September.

Adam Bronfman, owner of Rickdiculous Racing says, “We are finding that the market for a private, customized motorcycle coaching school is robust; much bigger than we expected. The beauty of these days is we have an amazing amount of riding in a private environment that allows each person to experience a private track day to work solely on their riding. So we found it necessary to add the Miller dates. We feel this is the best way to learn to safely ride a motorcycle regardless of whether you’d like to go racing or learn to navigate the streets better."

Rickdiculous racing’s partnership with Ken Hill Coaching brings together a private environment with a program that has 7 plus years of sold out 1-1 coaching. Ken adds, “Being able to teach where we have an open track, goal oriented students, and an open format for track time allows for the best coaching environment where students get the most out of their coaching experience.” And with the ability to come back the next day for a “Track Only Day," students get to work on their coaching at their own pace without a coach with them, but where they can still reference with their coaches throughout the day.

David Bober from Los Angeles CA., who is a frequent student says, “Coaching days with the Rickdiculous Racing crew have had a transformational effect on my riding and the way I look at the sport. Don’t be fooled by the word ‘Racing’; I don't race, but that does not mean I don't want to go faster/safer and be taught by the best. The coaches will customize a program around your goals, whether you’re a racer or not, and help you achieve them. It’s not an open track day, and its not a traditional school either; its the perfect blend of both. The organization is run by a family that truly cares about people and their love of motorcycles, and all the instructors have the experience and passion they are all willing to share. I can’t say enough about the special environment this group has created.”

“Rickdiculous Racing’s format is unique because of the limited number of riders on track at one time; no more than 12 riders on track all day. With some of the best coaches in the industry, like Yamaha Champions Riding School coaches Shane Turpin, Phil Horwitz and Garrett Willis, students have access to the most experienced coaching community in the industry,” adds Josh Bronfman, Co-Owner and President of Rickdiculous Racing.

Rickdiculous Racing also offers fly-and-ride capabilities, with rental options available from fresh Yamaha R6s all the way up to a fully built AMA Daytona Sportbike.

Come Get Your Rick On!!

- May 14-15, Miller Motorsports Park

- June 5-6, Miller Motorsports Park

- June 16-17, Miller Motorsports Park

- July 9-10, Miller Motorsports Park

- July 20-21, Miller Motorsports Park

- Aug 8-9, Miller Motorsports Park

- Sep 8-9, Miller Motorsports Park

- Sep 18-19, Miller Motorsports Park

- Sep 29-30, Miller Motorsports Park

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