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Jun 26, 2019

​M1GP, Forza GP Hosting Special Rider Clinic And MotoAmerica Pro Rider Day July 6-7 At Willow Springs Kart Track

July 6th & 7th, professional MotoAmerica riders along with special guests will take part in a M1GP Rider Clinic to instruct and showcase the Ohvale GP-0.

ROSAMOND, CA (June 25, 2019) – The July 6th and 7th M1GP Rider Clinic at Willow Springs Kart Track will include professional riders from MotoAmerica and special guests showcasing the Forza GP Ohvale GP-0s alternating with M1GP’s Rider Clinic program.

In addition to the traditional Rider Clinic format offered by M1GP, which includes skill-building drills and instruction to develop technique and rider proficiency, special on-track sessions will be added to allow pro riders the opportunity to test the Ohvales and showcase their training potential. An advanced group is being considered for those who've taken multiple M1 Rider Clinics who will be renting Ohvales for training. There will be a Q&A session at the end of the day to allow students to gain additional insight from the pros.

Several film crews and photographers, including an official team from MotoAmerica will be on site to document this special event and all who will be there.

With the upcoming Ohvale Talent Cup during Round 8 of MotoAmerica at Pittsburgh International Race Complex, this is a great introduction to the Ohvale’s training potential for new and experienced riders, young and old.

MotoAmerica Riders:

Daytona Anderson

Cameron Gish

Andrew Lee

Nic Swensgard

Special Guests:

Ms. Keerati, Keerati Racing

Niccole Cox, MotoAmerica

“The Ohvales are the future of the sport. Having MotoAmerica involved in this event is a perfect way to build the relationship between mini racing organizations like M1GP and the professional level. Also, it will allow MotoAmerica to experience the potential growth opportunity that the Ohvale provides for the sport. We’ve seen what it can do in Europe, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t be taking advantage of it here in the states.” – Nathan Fitzgerald

“I’m always excited about an opportunity to showcase the importance of minimoto for the growth and future of the sport of motorcycle road racing, as well as for new motorcyclists in general. It’s an exciting time with the Ohvales and the wave of interest and excitement that these bikes are bringing. With MotoAmerica, Forza GP, and the guest riders helping get the spotlight on what we’re doing with our clinics and minimotos, everyone wins. The riders, the industry, the sport and all involved.” - Young Lee 

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