Yamaha Champions Riding School Adds Event At Mid-Ohio

Yamaha Champions Riding School Adds Event At Mid-Ohio

© 2023, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Yamaha Champions Riding School:

New Event – ChampSchool at Mid-Ohio

Mid-Ohio is written into the DNA of American road racing. This iconic facility has been the scene of some of the greatest moments in AMA Superbike history. Motorcycles haven’t had a regular presence at Mid-Ohio in over a decade because of the surface which was treacherous in the rain. When we found out that Mid-Ohio was being repaved, we picked up the phone straight away to book an event immediately following the MotoAmerica series in August. Ohio is a motorcycle state, and we are so happy to be able to bring world-class motorcycle training to Ohio.

Tuesday, August 20 and Wednesday, August 21 will feature our game-changing 2-Day ChampSchool.

Any bike, any rider, and any road. You are more than welcome to bring your bike. Any brand or type of bike is welcome. If you are flying in or simply want to ride something different, we will have a complete selection of Yamaha MT-07’s, MT-03’s, MT-09’s, YZF-R6’s, YZF-R3’s and YZF-R7’s available for a true “arrive and ride” experience for our 2-Day ChampSchool program.

Don’t have full riding gear? Traveling light? We have the world’s best safety gear from Dainese and Arai. We will have a huge inventory of Dainese leathers, boots, gloves, back protectors and helmets available. Make sure you sign up early with your sizing.

Wednesday August 21 will also feature our 1-Day ChampStreet program.

ChampStreet will be an 8-hour class held in the Mid-Ohio paddock area, and speed-controlled laps on the track. Derived from our 2-Day ChampSchool program, ChampStreet is like “ChampSchool Lite” and is designed for street riders of all levels. The course is taught at highway speeds on your street motorcycle with your street gear, no leathers required.

All of our in-person schools come with complimentary access to our Online Champ U: Core Curriculum. This gives every student the opportunity to study the curriculum before you get to the event. This base layer of information greatly improves the experience and internalization of information.

Email [email protected] with any questions.

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