Scott Russell Returning To Yamaha Champions Riding School Next WeekWed, 10 Sep 2014
This just in from the Yamaha Champions Riding School: the Champ is back!
As many of you know, Scott fell off a dirtbike and tumbled around long enough to hurt himself back in July. But he just called and drawled, “I’ll be back for the school as soon as I’m able to ride…let’s fill it up and have some fun!”
With the final round of the AMA SuperBike series coming to New Jersey Motorsports Park this weekend, it’s a perfect time for Mr. Daytona to get back on track. Scott has duties Monday for the AMA awards banquet but will hang around the rest of the week and officially join the school Thursday and Friday (September 18th and 19th).
The October 6/7 school ends YCRS’s summer run at New Jersey Motorsports Park but the September schools still have seats and we want to continue the run that saw sold-out schools since June. The 1993 World SuperBike Champion missed a few schools after his injuries, but his two-up laps are legendary. Any student who wants to experience the sport done right is welcome to jump on the back of Scott’s Yamaha FZ1. It’s a dazzling display of what YCRS teaches, wrapped up in a lap by one of the best in the world.
Scott loves riding and helping others feel his passion for the sport. He participates in every facet of the school, riding the film bike, lecturing, demonstrating and answering questions. What do the best riders in the world do to survive and thrive? That’s what Scott explains and demonstrates so well.
YCRS only takes 24 students for its intensive two-day schools. Hang around right after AMA and join the staff and the World Champion for some intensive training on the same track ridden by the nation’s best riders.
As always, check out www.ridelikeachampion.com for registration info., email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 855-RIDE-YCRS with questions, and brush up on YCRS at www.facebook.com/ridelikeachampion and www.youtube.com/ridelikeachampion.com.
By Troy Siahaan
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