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Jul 21, 2014

Yamaha Champions Riding School Adding One-Day Camps In August

YCRS creates one day “Day Camps”

As the Yamaha Champions Riding School hits its stride at New Jersey Motorsports Park, our new one-day clinic will debut August 13, and YCRS will head an N2 Track Days SED or “Skills Enhancement Day” on August 12. After eight successful two-day programs in the past four months, the YCRS Day Camp is being put into play and being paired with the proven success of the N2 (formerly NESBA) SED.

“We’ve used our one-day curriculum with everyone from Harley-Davidson to Triumph and have asked NJMP to help us get it rolling to the public here in New Jersey,” says YCRS’s Nick Ienatsch. “The August dates are a chance for riders to spend a day focusing on the Champions Habits riders need to survive and thrive, on the street or track”

“The Day Camps are not another track day,” chimes in Ken Hill, “they are designed to take any rider to the next level and give them the understanding in their riding that they may have been missing. It will be a day of intensive learning and our experience has proven that these Day Camps huge for rider improvement.”

Anyone who has experienced a YCRS or Spencer school over the last 17 years knows what to expect. “So much of YCRS is getting the rider to become a better on-board engineer in how he or she moves weight forward and back and onto the footpegs,” says guest instructor Scott Russell. “All the things I learned the hard way…like trail braking, body position, good downshifts, visual habits…YCRS gets across to students in a perfect way. Ask any YCRS graduate…this stuff works to make you faster and safer.”

“Although we will not be able to give the same level of instruction available in a full two day school (24 riders maximum), YCRS will use the Day Camp to review Champions Habits as related to body position, body timing, visual habits, and line choice to name just a few of the techniques we’ll cover. Our goal is to help you become a more adaptable rider and instill these Champions Habits to help you stay safer as you go faster.” – Keith Culver, Operations Manager of YCRS. Both days will include a track walk with the YCRS instructions and offer a curriculum and an instructor/student ratio just not possible in a regular track day.

You can register for these days via either the N2 website (www.n2td.org) or the YCRS web page (www.ridelikeachampion.com) and don’t hesitate to ask questions. For questions, email teachme@ridelikeachampion.com