Jason DiSalvo Launches Ride University
Daytona 200 winner Jason DiSalvo has launched his new riding program, the DiSalvo Ride University. The school is the first multi-channel motorcycle learning experience of its kind, combining both at-the-track events with free online courses giving track and street riders alike an in depth resource of practical information and training to improve their motorcycle riding abilities.
“This is the first full-featured motorcycle riding university focused on helping anyone interested in learning to ride or advancing their current skills to the next level,” says Greg Heichelbech, contributor to Ride University and past industry executive at Harley-Davidson and Triumph Motorcycles. Ride University will host events at Talladega GP Raceway and JenningsGP, Jason has once again partnered with former sponsor and supporter Richard Harris of Sportbike Track Time to bring the highest quality of on track training to the world’s leading trackday organization. This collaboration will bring the Ride University training experiences to America’s top venues like Barber Motorsports Park, Road Atlanta and more.
Joining Jason in track instruction will be former Speed Academy instructor Ryan Haddock and AMA Superbike top privateer Jason Curtis, formerly of No Limit Motorsports. Ride University is also offering street focused motorcycle training for riders who want to hone and learn the next level of practical skill used by the best riders in the world. This is not track training but transfers skills used in racing to improve your everyday riding experience. The Ride University Street Program will be headed up by Lead Instructor Steve Rigby and Instructor Anna Rigby of Red Spade Racing.
Available immediately online at www.rideuniversity.com is the complete Ride University Core Track Curriculum. Spread over 5 courses and 44 lessons, each including video and text based delivery methods, are the cornerstone principals of what Ride University teaches. These FREE online courses make a fantastic primer for riders who are looking to attend any Ride University track event or for those who would like to self-learn at their own track day riding experiences. More courses for the track and street will be added frequently, and riders can discuss the online courses right on the Ride University forums, making it a truly interactive and social learning experience.