American Supercamp Racer School
Courtesy of American Supercamp
FORT COLLINS, CO, JULY 28, 2015
We have a very special announcement: As part of our lifelong pledge to promote our sport alongside the values of safety and commitment to the riders, we are offering a free American Supercamp Racer School to racers who participated in the MotoAmerica KTM RC 390 Cup. That’s right – a free Racer Camp to any students who were registered participants in the 2015 MotoAmerica KTM RC 390 Cup series.
Here are the details…
Free Racer Camp
Where: The RaceHaus in Fort Collins, Colorado.
When: September 27-28, 2015, from 3 to 11 p.m. on both nights.
Requirement: Must have been on the entry list for MotoAmerica KTM RC 390 Cup.
Space Available: There are 15 open seats available to KTM Cup Racers.
UPDATE: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org first to receive a coupon code to use when you register!
This is your chance to experience for yourself why champions such as Josh Hayes, Jake Gagne, Chris Carr, J.D. Beach and many others have participated in multiple American Supercamps.
This is an extremely fun camp. Camps held at the RaceHaus are held under the lights and go all night! So… if you were a registered entrant and competed in the KTM RC 390 Cup this season, then register for your spot now and come get dirty with us under the lights! Space is limited to the first 15 KTM Cup racers who register and claim a spot!
As always, all you have to do is register and show up. We provide everything you need, from bikes to boots. We promise that you will have more fun improving your skills in our two-day camp than anywhere else. We’re home to original mud drills, and if you haven’t experienced them, you need to sign up and give them a try.
We hope to see you at the RaceHaus!
For more information and to sign up, head over to http://www.americansupercamp.com/camp-calendar 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 (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, improving your abilities going into a corner, getting out of a corner, and, if need be, past the competition.