Would This Face Lie to You?
Well, she may not lie to you, but odds are she’ll beat you. AMA Pro RoadRacing star Melissa Paris is one of the most consistent competitors in the most knock-down, drag-out, uber-competitive class in US motorcycle racing: AMA Pro Daytona SuperSport. Few would argue that this class, more than any other, demands incredible skills on a motorcycle. I’m not just talking about the skills needed to be fast, I’m talking skills needed to survive. When you go flyin’ into a hairpin with 35 men on high-performance sportbike motorcycles who’s singular goal is to pass you, you’d better know a thing or two about how to stay alive. Of course, it helps if you know a thing or two about how to pass them. Can you think of a better guest-coach for The Yamaha Champions Riding School’s first ever all-women’s 2-day course? Me neither.
Along with guest coach, former WSBK and AMA Superbike Champion, Scott Russell, Melissa will be joining some of the best brains in the business (the YCRS coaching staff) as they focus on women only. Whether your goal is to increase your lap times or hone your commuting skills, if you’re a woman who rides a motorcycle, this is a unique opportunity to get better at it. A lot better at it. Better decide now; the women’s only class is August 17th & 18th at Miller Motorsports Park in Toole, Utah. And… there’s a few spaces left.
Bike, gear, food…it’s all included. You ride a motorcycle, so I already know you’re the decisive type. For more information, click here. And to read about my experience at the Yamaha Champions Riding School 2-Day Camp (because it was awesome), click here.
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