When asked about the event, ARL President Andrew Murray stated, “We could not be happier with the turnout of students this year despite the questionable weather. We had 55 students, who participated in the two day event which focuses on how to better understand your motorcycle and what it is capable of on a closed circuit.” He went on to say, “These riding academies, along with the private and semi-private riding schools we put on throughout the year would not be possible without the support of our partners such as Honda Canada and Pro Cycle.”
ARL had some great feedback from students and friends alike Sunday evening following the event, Chalena Biggar who has participated in the Riding Academy a couple times said via Facebook, “Every time I go to this school it gets better and better! It's well organized and the instructors are so full of knowledge and very helpful and encouraging. Without them I wouldn't have the confidence to start racing this year so thank you!!”. Also from Facebook, Stephen Carrigan a first time participant said, “Thank you very much to the instructors that took the time to make this event amazing. Because of my experiences I will be back for track days and maybe give racing a go. Again thank you Andrew and ARL we couldn’t have these great riders without you all organizing this event and structuring it so great ! Keep it up I’ll see you all soon ! “
Take a moment to find ARL on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AtlanticRoadracing and see all the comments regarding the event, and its great partnerships with Honda Canada and Pro Cycle.
Atlantic Roadracing League Inc. is the promoter of all Atlantic motorcycle road racing, riding academies, and track days at Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. For information on these and other activities find us on Facebook and www.atlanticroadracing.com