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Jul 2, 2014

Scott Russell To Instruct During N2 Track Day At Road Atlanta

Yamaha Champions Riding School instructor, Scott Russell, will be guest instructing at the N2 Track Days 3-day event on Saturday this coming weekend. For the few of you in the world that don't know who Scott is, he is a multi-time AMA Champion, World Superbike Champion, and the voice of American road racing.

Participants will be able to ride on the track with Scott, maybe get a few YCRS inspired pointers or one of his famous two-up rides on a YCRS prepped Yamaha FZ-1, and then be able to enjoy a burger with Mr. Daytona as he will be joining N2 for some BBQ after the riding has completed.

Rumor has it that there are just a few spots left so if you'd like to be on track with an American icon or see some of the skills taught at the Yamaha Champions Riding School, go to, email, or call them directly at 855-263-0200.

About YCRS:

Yamaha Champions Riding School is a motorcycle training program based at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, New Jersey. YCRS is the evolution of the Freddie Spencer High Performance Riding School and is led by former racers, authors, and journalist Ken Hill and Nick Ienatsch with full time guest instructors Larry Pegram and Scott Russell. YCRS is dedicated to making all motorcycle riders safer and more in control of their riding, no matter what type of riding they do. YCRS has 14 schools scheduled at NJMP in 2014 and hopes to take the school on the road in the winter months to warmer tracks across the US. Visit

About N2 Track Days:

N2's purpose is to provide a safe and structured riding environment for sportbike riders of all levels. Our staff is comprised of many club-racers and track day riders who are articulate and passionate about this sport. Many of the competent N2 staff are multi-time graduates of the Yamaha Champions Riding School program and utilize the skills they learned to become some of the best trained control riders in the US.

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