Yamaha Motor Corp. and NESBA are again offering licensed riders the chance to come to a NESBA track day and demo Yamaha’s sport bikes.
Consumers need a valid motorcycle license and a helmet and Yamaha and NESBA will provide everything else. “NESBA makes it so easy and everyone is super friendly,” said David Docktor, Yamaha’s motorcycle marketing manager.
Demo rides are at least 15 minutes and will be offered at eight of the tracks east of the Mississippi River.
If consumers who took the demo ride on the track and buy a Yamaha sport bike from any Yamaha dealer, NESBA will give them a $350 track day credit good at any of the nearly 30 tracks where they operate throughout the United States.
To see the benefits of the Yamaha and NESBA alliance, go to www.nesba.com/Info/Yamaha.htm