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YCRS Champ School Review: Yamaha Champions Riding School

I’m running around my heart on my way to Button Willow Raceway Park For me Yamaha Champions Riding School Champ School class. As I entered the entrance to Buttonwillow, overwhelming excitement and tension ran through me. I’m here to learn and grow as a rider, so I can’t wait to see what’s waiting! The friendly staff immediately greeted me and brought me to register and settle down in the environment.YCRS Champ School Review: Yamaha Champions Riding SchoolI put on a 2022 Suzuki GSX-R600 test bike. This is a huge improvement over the current bikes at home. 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300.. There was also a complete wardrobe of Dainese and AGV truck-ready apparel. All brands are welcome at school. If you come from outside the area, you can rent a motorcycle. You may not want to ride your bike. Also, since it’s a school, not a truck day, I didn’t have to make any changes to the GSX-R600. In my experience, it was a little over a year of riding and just a few days of tracking. On the first day, the YCRS Champ School class as a whole gathered to discuss the basics of riding and the big picture of the next couple’s course. Of the day.Then we went out together and learned about everything 100 point grip..YCRS ChampSchool Review: Learn to RideThe first demonstration is by lead instructor Crisperis. He used the front tires as an educational tool to explain how traction is important in different road and tire conditions. He refined two key points: braking pressure and lean angle. After demonstrating the importance of lean angles and brake pressure, senior instructor Ezia Davis moved to show the importance of brake pressure to the front and rear tires while riding to achieve certain results. From this information, you can start to understand the concept and the demonstration will help you to summarize these important points. One of my favorite demonstrations was a minivan passenger with a few classmates and an instructor. We ran around the track, showing how much braking pressure we could apply and the lines we followed. I also understood how fast we were and how hard we could brake in a full minivan.YCRS ChampSchool Review: Yamaha Champions Riding School Track InstructionsThey were then divided into groups based on their experience and abilities and assigned instructors. Chris is an instructor in my group who got a feel for the bike in the first session and applied the information he had so far. After the first session, he returned to the classroom to discuss his concerns on the track. Following explanations from Chris and Ezia, we were back on track for further training. The teaching method was the same all day long. We attended as a class and discussed the skills and concepts to learn next. After that, I returned to the course and practiced, practiced, and practiced. After a great first day with lots of information and a video of riding from behind, we ended the night with a great dinner full of laughter. Yamaha Champions Riding School Day 2. The instructor spends time and effort on Champ School and can feel how enthusiastic and passionate each student is in teaching and teaching.YCRS ChampSchool Review: Yamaha ChampionsRiding School Learns How to Ride a MotorcycleThat night, all the information was stirred in my mind. So many new ideas were introduced to me and it was easy to understand them, but with some drills I did that day, the mental disability was more obvious. Nick told all of us to check his video the night before his bedtime and get ready to work more the next day. The next morning we all started the day with breakfast and stretching and prepared our bodies for the day. On the second day, we discussed in detail the layout of the truck, including three corners, how to ride, and skill sets to understand the lines and improve safety. The pointed end of the cone. This particular training has shown the potential dangers we may face in orbit or on the road. All the instructors were scattered throughout the circuit. After passing all of them, the instructor moves the cone to simulate other potential dangers that may be encountered on the street or truck and how quickly they must respond in those situations. did. As I continued exercising, I became more aware of my surroundings as well as chasing the lines and people in front of me.YCRS ChampSchool Review: Yamaha Champions Riding School-Suzuki GSX-R600To conclude the second day, the students got together and watched the second riding video at the end of the day for all riders. It was incredible to see how each of us finished the first day and how much we learned and applied by the end of the second day. Two days of drilling, teaching, taping and classrooms. The feeling after a successful time at is incredible. The best thing about this Champ School is that it has been applied to all levels of riding, from the first day of a rider on a race track to a professional racer on a racing team. Participating in everyone’s success at the end of these two days validated our experience and built on increased confidence and safety in riding. Jumping from my Ninja 300 to the GSXR-600 was also a very different experience on the track. Most of the rules still apply, but it took a long time to overcome, only the overall feel of the bike was different. The 300 is more comfortable because of its mobility and ergonomics. However, I enjoyed learning more about the 600 to understand more concepts such as trail braking to corners and the speed required for successful trail braking.YCRS ChampSchool Review: Yamaha Champions Riding School Expert InstructionsAn essential part of being able to focus on learning is feeling safe. I had excellent safety equipment from head to toe. My daily Shoei is great, but it’s not comparable to the comfort and aerodynamics of the Iridium / Carbon Fiber AGV Pista GPRR Helmet. Equipped with Dainese Misano 2D-Air Ready Suit-D-Air Airbag System Fortunately, I didn’t need it. It made me feel more protected on the truck. The Dainese Carbon D1 Long gloves enhance that sensation. One of the features I hadn’t tried was a water kit that was fitted inside the Misano 2 suit and attached to an AGV helmet. It wasn’t hot enough to need it. The way Dainese boots fit me was great. There was no intrusion period. The transition from Sedici boots to Dainese Nexus 2 Lady boots was a game changer. After spending a few days wearing Sedici boots, I found that Sedici boots weren’t broken as comfortably and quickly as Dainese boots.YCRS Champ School Review: Buttonwillow Raceway Park Yamaha Champions Riding SchoolFrom the face-to-face experience at Yamaha Champions Riding School, we were all able to see and learn about upcoming topics through the ChampU: Core Curriculum Online Program. Studying and quizzing on these topics will enhance the face-to-face training we have received. The biggest advantage of Yamaha Champions Riding School is continuous education for students. YCRS is constantly updating and evolving the ChampU online program. Another class offered to two-day Champ School graduates is the Champ Grad Program. Applying and practicing all of ChampSchool’s skills and knowledge and allowing them to be handed over to more detailed training tailored to your needs is a sure sign for me in the future. Talking to one of my fellow Champ School students / friends who is also a professional racer, we have already discussed plans for the Champ Grad curriculum. This program is a 2: 1 semi-private setting and is tailored to your needs after working on the basics taught at Champ School.Bike riding classBased on all the information we have provided and taught, we highly recommend Yamaha Champions Riding School for riders of all levels. The topic is useful for all riders and it is worth learning to be able to apply it to personal riding and continue to grow. I started riding a bike a little over a year ago, but I had no experience before. If I knew about Champ School and its curriculum, I applied earlier.

Don’t miss the perspective of senior editor Nick Desena’s experienced rider on the Yamaha Champions Riding School.

Riding style

  • Helmet: AGV Pista GPRR
  • suit: Dainese Misano 2D-Air Lady
  • Gloves: Dainese Carbon D1 Long
  • Boots: Dainese Nexus 2 Lady

Photo by Cali Photography

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