© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued by Yamaha Champions Riding School:

Millville, NJ – December 2019 – Yamaha Champions Riding School, the premier riding school in North America,  is proud to announce the 2020 YCRS schedule featuring events in Malaysia, Florida, Arizona, California, Washington State, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. The 2020 YCRS Schedule consists of more than (15) fifteen events including 2-Day ChampSchool, 1-Day ChampDay, ChampGrad and ChampStreet curriculums, most of which will have Yamaha motorcycles, Alpinestar gear, and Arai helmets available for rent.

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“Our mission is to grow the sport of motorcycling by teaching Champions Habits with world class Yamaha motorcycles at world class facilities,”  said ChampSchool CEO Nick Ienatsch. “Yamaha Champions Riding School is growing on all fronts with more schools, more programs, and more students. In 2020 we have expanded into more regions than ever before…and stay tuned because we will be adding dates to the list. ”

Sepang International on January 10th and 11th is the first event of the 2020 YCRS Schedule. YCRS partners, BHH will handle local registration and motorcycle rentals via their website: www.bhh.com.sg/ycrs. U.S. riders who wish to take the motorcycle vacation of a lifetime can register for the school through the ChampSchool website (www.champschool.com). BHH will have several Yamaha motorcycles, recently purchased from YCRS, available for rent for the complete “arrive and ride” experience.

YCRS is returning to Palm Beach International Raceway on January 30-31. ChampSchool in south Florida will be the perfect “moto-vacation” for riders longing to get away from the cold and snow. The PBIR ChampSchool will feature the ChampSchool and ChampDay programs with a full fleet of Yamaha motorcycles available for rent by two-day students.

ChampSchool’s traditional winter home is Inde Motorsports Ranch in Willcox, AZ. Inde is a gearhead’s dream with beautiful facilities and an amazing 21-turn road course. Yamaha Champions Riding School will hold (3) three events at Inde in February, March, and April with ChampSchool, ChampDay, and ChampGrad programs. Inde is the perfect destination to improve your skills while your friends are shoveling snow.

After extensive requests, ChampSchool is returning to California with a March event at Buttonwilllow Raceway Park and an October event at the famous Streets of Willow! These events will be  full schools with all three programs and a complete fleet of Yamaha motorcycles for ChampSchool or ChampGrad students to rent. Both events are going to fill up fast as riders have been on the California ChampSchool waiting list for over a year.

MotoAmerica is returning to the North West and so is ChampSchool with a full program at “The Ridge” in June! The Ridge is the premier road course facility in Washington state and ChampSchool is excited about returning for  our third straight year. Track Time is partnering with YCRS at this event and they have put more coaches through our Certified Champions Coaching (3C) program than any other organization in 2019.

Pittsburgh International Raceway is one of the most beautiful facilities on the East Coast and YCRS is proud to host two (2) events there. The first event is late April and the second event will be in August when the weather will be perfect. Both events will feature all three programs and a complete fleet of Yamaha motorcycles for the full “arrive and ride” experience if you are taking ChampSchool (two-days) or ChampGrad (single day for students who have taken ChampSchool more than twice).

New Jersey Motorsports Park is the traditional summer home for Yamaha Champions Riding School and they will host three (3) events there in May, June, and September. With more than 45 million people within a couple hour’s drive of the famous south Jersey track, NJMP is an extremely popular facility. All three events will feature a complete program and a full fleet of Yamaha motorcycles. Note that ChampDay (single day) is for riders on their own bikes.

The 2020 Yamaha Champions Riding School schedule will continue to expand with more specialty events for military, manufactures, and distributors as well as additional retail schools. Check back often with www.champschool.com for the latest info.

November 7 – November 7, 2020 Arizona Motorsports Park – Phoenix, AZ November TBA, 2020 Inde Motorsports Ranch – Wilcox, AZ December TBA 2020 Inde Motorsports Ranch – Wilcox, AZ

Yamaha Champions Riding School (ChampSchool) is the nation’s premier motorcycle training program. ChampSchool is the evolution of the Freddie Spencer High-Performance Riding School and is led by racer, author, and former right-hand man of Spencer, Nick Ienatsch. ChampSchool uses “Champions Habits” to teach all riders the skills and techniques used by the top riders in the world to go faster safer, while concentrating on the way in which modern motorcycles are designed to be ridden. ChampSchool is dedicated to making all motorcycle riders safer and more in control of their riding, no matter what type of riding they do. For more information visit www.champschool.com

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