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Ienatsch and Yamaha Champ School coming East

A group of us took the Yamaha Champions Riding School at NJMP last year. The school was run by Nick Ienatcsh and we had Scott Russell, Tommy Aquino, and Chris Peris as guest instructors along with the rest of Nick's instructors.

I was a pretty decent track rider/instructor prior to the school so I was shocked by just how much I learned and the impact the school had on my riding. It's not cheap, but I got what I paid for.


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We were psyched to see they are coming back East again on May 4th and 5th for another 2-day school. I'd love to do the school at Miller, but the added expense of travel from the east coast makes it unaffordable for me.

Anyway, figured I'd post this up for my fellow R6 riders.

If anyone's interested in attending, shoot me a PM.



Here's some vid from last year's school. Filmed by Peris (bonestock R6), Aquino (FZ1), and Ken Hill (R1). All 3 bikes are bonstock w/ shagged Q2s which depressed the hell out of me since I was on a fully prepped race bike.


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Re: Ienatsch and Yamaha Champ School coming East

Nice. Nick was one of my first track coaches (way back in 1991 ish). Great guy, and a very good instructor in his own right.


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