Industry Hills Expo Center
Courtesy of Danny Walker
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA, NOV. 29, 2013
On Saturday, December 7, and Sunday, December 8, American Supercamp will be under way at one of its favorite locations: the beautiful Industry Hills Expo Center in the City of Industry, located just outside of Los Angeles. This is a rare schedule location for us these days, and you won’t want to miss it – and now it will be even more super!
Joining the already announced instructors – Jake Gagne and Tomas Puerta – will be Melissa Paris, Cameron Gish and three-time AMA Superbike champ Josh Hayes!
If you’ve ever wanted to experience a school that will not only refresh your skills but completely improve your balance and total understanding of riding a motorcycle, then this is the school to attend. American Supercamp set the standard for implementing complex drills that are geared toward all riding abilities and all aspects of two-wheeled riding.
All you have to do is sign up and show up. We provide all the gear needed! Seriously, it’s a “show and go” situation. We will outfit you with all the safety equipment, clothing and motorcycles – so there’s no reason not to attend!
If you are even remotely close to the Southern California area and have dreamed of attending an American Supercamp class but couldn’t because of travel considerations, then you are out of excuses.
For more information and to sign up, go to https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=-lZfvhWWWLUNMRzeFznnrw# and let the journey begin!
About American Supercamp
American Supercamp is a riding-skills-and-balance-improvement course for all motorcycle riders, using aggressive and innovative riding drills composed by the best riders in motorcycling (such as Carr, Eric Bostrom, Edwards, and more). The camp is designed to force students to think critically about their actions and the effects of those actions on the handling of the motorcycle. The camp focuses on improving your techniques of cornering for safety and speed, and improving your abilities going into a corner, getting out of a corner, and, if need be, past the competition.