[email protected] Partners With Ken Hill Coaching

[email protected] Partners With Ken Hill Coaching

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[email protected] and Ken Hill Coaching Announce Partnership

[email protected] is pleased to announce a partnership with Ken Hill Coaching. By joining forces they will bring world-class instruction to many upcoming track days. Ken Hill, one of the nation’s leading motorcycle coaches, will be holding classroom sessions for Keigwins riders and working one-on-one with their staff.

Szymon Dziadzia, CEO of [email protected], states: “For 17 years we have worked hard to shape the track day industry and its direction. We introduced track side suspension tuning, race tire sales and support, novice schools and many other features that today are expected from a first class company. We are raising the bar once again by offering our customers exceptional training — on track and in workshops — at no additional cost, from a widely acknowledged expert, Ken Hill.

Jesse Carter, Executive VP of Operations, adds, “In addition to leading classroom sessions and working with our riders, Ken’s going to work with our staff on the same techniques, riding approaches, and communication strategies that have been taught so successfully in his private coaching. Ken has worked with athletes at all levels of the sport, from complete beginners to MotoGP riders, and his reputation is second to none. This is a huge win for everyone.”

“I really have to thank Szymon and Jesse for stepping up to this,” states Ken. “We’re going to hold two or three classroom sessions each day, and I will work with their riders. I will teach techniques that allow for adjustability and for being faster and safer, regardless of rider pace or experience. I’ve been part of Keigwins’ schools and track days for many years and it is exciting to take this next step with them. We will provide a pathway for their customers and staff toward better, safer and more confident riding on the track and on the street”.

Szymon finishes with, “We want our sport to grow, and for riders to be able to attain their goals. Partnering with Ken will help all of us improve and reach those goals. Ken will be at the majority of our days. Our website, http://www.keigwins.com, has our complete schedule, including those days Ken will attend.”

About [email protected]Keigwins has been running track days and schools in the western U.S. since 1998. With more than 40 days on the calendar, Keigwins has the largest schedule on the west coast, including 15 days at historic Laguna Seca Raceway, dozens at the popular Thunderhill Raceway, and several more at Sonoma and Buttonwillow raceways. Keigwins offers Novice schools, racing schools, and everything in between. With a full time staff of over 30 instructors, Keigwins can accommodate almost any need. Visit their website for more information, http://www.keigwins.com. Questions can be directed by email to [email protected]

About Ken Hill – Ken Hill, owner of KH Coaching, is one of the leading motorcycle coaches in the nation. He is the lead Instructor at the Yamaha Champions Riding School and Director of Riding at Rickdiculous Racing. He has also been a test rider for RoadRacing World and Cycle World Magazines. Ken has coached riders at all levels of the sport, from beginners to MotoGP riders, and is known for his ability to break down the fundamentals of riding and effectively communicate them to his students. Ken has also taught at the Harley-Davidson University and been an invited speaker at Yale University. 

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