The instructors would stop us every few laps to convene, assess, and make adjustments. We were certainly not flying blind, yet the manner in which this was done definitely flowed seamlessly. For each flaw, there was a clear and purposeful solution that, when applied, resulted in immediate gratification. I felt very encouraged along the way.
This class really showed me a few things, and I had a few personal breakthroughs. Some of these were really minute details which don't seem like much on the surface, but are huge in the overall package. I'm really looking forward to racing using my new-found tools!
Sure, you might be able to do a few track days here and there and hope that anyone offers you anything in the way of solid coaching, but it’s not likely to happen. The Yamaha Champions Riding School is not just an amazing experience, it’s an investment. An investment that could put you on the podium if you’re that kind of rider; one that could keep you out of the hospital if you’re any kind of rider.
If I didn’t go I would have kept spending lots of money doing more laps and still not know what I should be doing to get my riding to the next level. Let me be really clear, I would not have learned what I needed to do next to improve my riding without having the instructors of the Yamaha Champions Riding School riding and working with me.
The graduates of the school were greatly improved and more confident riders than when they arrived. Each student was able to improve dramatically over the course of the school and worked hard to improve their skills and abilities.
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