PRLog - Aug. 31, 2012 - WINCHENDON, Mass. -- Winchendon, MA – National Guard Jordan Team AMA factory Superbike pilot, Roger Lee Hayden, and a host of current and past AMA professionals will join the nation’s premier riding instructors at the Penguin Roadracing School’s special 2-day clinic. The “Ride with the Stars” special track day school event is taking place at New Jersey Motorsports Park on October 13 & 14, 2012.
"Ride with the Stars" with Roger Lee Hayden- Special Track Day School- Oct 13/14
The nation's best instructional staff will be joined by special guests including:
Roger Lee Hayden - AMA 600 Supersport champion and current National Guard Jordan AMA factory Superbike pilot
Eraldo Ferracci - Ducati Hall of Fame & AMA, WSB championship tuner
Shane Narbonne - MOB racing AMA Sportbike & HD1200 front runner
Jeff Wood - AMA front runner & FUSA/ASRA/CCS national champion
Eric Stump - AMA Supersport front runner & podium finisher at NJMP
Eric Wood - AMA Race winner and FUSA/CCS national champion
Corey Alexander - AMA Supersport front runner & race winner
Mike Himmlesbach - AMA front runner & suspension expert
Rich Alexander - AMA 750 Supersport champion
Participation in this special event is limited. You can register on the Penguin Roadracing School’s website or at one of the events supporting dealers. For more information regarding the event and a current list of supporting dealers visit:
The Penguin Roadracing School’s “Ride with the Stars” event is a unique track experience that combines the safe, comfortable environment of a track day with the opportunity for top shelf instruction and individual attention. Riders will have a choice of entering one of the two riding groups based on their level of riding experience. The school is open to all brands of motorcycles.
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Founded in 1973 by Jerry Wood and Joe Ziegler, the Penguin Racing School based in Winchendon, MA, is the nation’s first and longest running motorcycle training school. The school was key in helping transform roadracing safety as the sport grew in the 1970’s. The first Penguin School manual “Learn to Fly” provided riders with a game plan for a complete understanding of roadracing rules and safety procedures as well as a solid path to improve their skills. The school grew under the leadership of Jerry Wood and their first advanced class instructor, factory rider, John Bettencourt. John was succeeded by the famous US Superbike privateer, Dale Quarterley. Currently, under the leadership of Eric Wood, son of founder Jerry Wood, the school has expanded from its base operation at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to include schools in New Jersey and Florida. Utilizing advanced training materials, with the industry’s best team of lead instructors, the school trains thousands street riders and racers in basic and advanced skills. For more information on the Penguin school visit www.penguinracing.com.