New Track Day Company Schedules Debut Event For Buttonwillow Raceway

New Track Day Company Schedules Debut Event For Buttonwillow Raceway

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TrackRiders inaugural Track Day Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 2007 — Motorcycle enthusiasts are flocking to track days in search of a safe place to go fast. In response to this demand for track time, James Toohey and his business partner and fellow motorcycle racer, Stoney Landers, have launched TrackRiders. A track day company dedicated to providing a safe and sane environment for motorcyclists to explore their passion. TrackRider’s first event is scheduled for November 19, 2007 at Buttonwillow Raceway in Buttonwillow, CA. Additional dates for other West Coast tracks to be announced will allow riders of all brands and riding abilities the opportunity to ride their bikes beyond the limits of the street. Additional services available for purchase at TrackRiders track days include: setting the sag on participant’s motorcycles, videotaping laps, track riding photos, tires, lunch, tire-mounting service, miscellaneous parts and some mechanical services. Keeping TrackRiders days running like well-oiled machines, the days are broken up into 20-minute sessions, with riders divided into 3 groups: Basic Street Riders, Intermediate Riders, Racers/Fast Canyon Riders. Riders can easily and securely sign up for an unforgettable track day through www.TrackRiders.com. Riders of all abilities will get the chance to experience an amazing day of simply riding their bikes where they were built to perform. For more information, contact: Stoney Landers, (818) 951-8722, [email protected] James Toohey, (818) 951-8722, [email protected] Or visit www.TrackRiders.com

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