Feb 15, 2002
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From a press release:<BR><BR>Team Pro-Motion Sportbike Club will continue to offer the (ART) Advanced Rider Training school programs for 2002, featuring training sessions with professional racer and 8 time national champion Michael Himmelsbach. All three levels of the Team Pro-Motion ART schools will continue to specialize in semi-private class sizes to enhance learning and improve instructor input. Personalized training and additional track seat time offers students a cutting edge approach to accelerated training.<BR><BR>"Our ART program has been updated and improved upon for 2002" explains chief instructor Michael Himmelsbach. "With the addition of ART-BASIC, we've added a program for rookie track riders. Our top level elite training ART-PRO offers the serious minded rider the ultimate in training. With all three levels now, we can now help riders of all skills advance and meet their personal goals".<BR><BR>Team Pro-Motion and the ART program will travel to many racetracks on the east coast during the 2002 season. With 37 ART-BASIC programs, 22 ART- LIMITED and 14 ART-PRO schools, there is sure to be one that fits your schedule. All ART schools and Team Pro-Motion track events now offer Aprilia motorcycles for use.<BR><BR>To obtain more information contact Team Pro-Motion at (215) 675-5080 or visit the clubs web site at for current dates and track locations. <BR><BR>Questions regarding the information in this press release may be directed to:<BR><BR>Glen Goldman (215) 675-5080<BR><BR>Mike Himmelsbach (215)529-4332<BR>