Dec 11, 2013
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From a press release
issued by Absolute Cycle Experience:
"The Penguin Racing School and The Absolute Cycle Experience have teamed up for three select events before the 2014 Champion Cup Series (CCS) at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) for Racing practice and Schools available to both licenses Racers and Track Day Riders."
The Penguin Racing School and Absolute Cycle are teaming up for 2014 to bring special Advanced Courses to riders attending the Friday Absolute Cycle Track Days / Racer Practice events that precede the CCS races at NJMP. There will be two separate classrooms on these dates, one for licensed racers and one for track day riders. Both courses will be headed by national-championship winning instructors with decades of experience helping riders lower lap times and increase confidence. Classroom sizes are limited to only 12 riders, allowing for students to get the personal attention they need to get their questions answered to make real progress. Students can expect a detailed breakdown of the NJMP Thunderbolt racetrack, individual body position analysis and personalized explanations of techniques for braking, accelerating and carrying roll speed. All students will have to opportunity to walk the track with the Penguin instruction staff and will have access to special digital instruction tools that have proven to accelerate student progress in many important areas.
This is a great way for racers to get a leg up on the competition and track day riders to learn to ride faster with more confidence and less risk. Registrations for these events are available both through Absolute Cycle () and the Penguin Racing School (;
Absolute Cycle Experience. Inc. is starting its tenth year providing Motorcycle Schools and Trackdays at venues Such as New Jersey Motorsports Park and Pocono International Raceway. ACE Started out as a small group of riders who frequented the track with a vision of a Friend and Family Concept. Fast forward ten years the organization grew to riders in the thousands who have turned out and frequented motorcycle trackdays while ACE continues to maintain the same vision. With CEO Roy Cadoo managing the day to day operations and logistics, ACE has acquired several regional sponsors, and has retained riders as Access holders from year to year. Keeping the amount of riders on track to a minimum while keeping the costs low is key, in keeping the satisfaction levels at a high, while helping the riders come out more often. Thirty events are planned for 2014 with three membership options all filled with perks that are hard to find anywhere else.
Founded in 1973 by Jerry Wood and Joe Ziegler, the Penguin Racing School based in Winchendon, MA, is the nation’s first and longest running motorcycle training school. The school was founded to help transform roadracing safety in the 1970’s. The school has expanded from its base operation at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to include schools in New Jersey and Connecticut and to include curriculum and classes for both street riders and racers. 2014 marks the advent of the new "Learn to Fly" membership program, which offers Penguin students access to money saving deals both on Penguin track time and leading industry product manufacturers. Utilizing advanced training materials, with the industry’s best team of lead instructors, the school trains thousands street riders and racers in basic and advanced skills. .