TrueSports, Inc., owner and operator of the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and The Mid-Ohio School, plans to add motorcycle riding instruction to its diverse curriculum when it launches The Mid-Ohio Motorcycle Riding School in April.
Curriculums at the Mid-Ohio Motorcycle Riding School will include Motorcycle Safety Foundation courses for Beginning and Experienced riders, as well as Advanced Cornering and Performance Track Riding programs. The riding school will be operated in partnership with Motorcycle Riding School, based in Chicago, Ill., and Sportbike Track Time, Delta, Ohio. The programs will be priced from $185 to $295.
“This is a move we've been planning for quite a while, and the growth in motorcycle sales and the rising demand for quality riding instruction made the timing right,” said TrueSports President Michelle Trueman Gajoch. “The Mid-Ohio Motorcycle Riding School is one more element in a larger strategy for TrueSports, Inc. to make Mid-Ohio a comprehensive training facility appealing to both two- and four-wheeled audiences.”
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is a 2.4-mile, 15-turn permanent road racing circuit in Lexington, Ohio. The Mid-Ohio School offers 19 different programs. Students partake in classroom sessions, skill drills, expert personal instruction and lapping. The school has graduated more than 19,000 students since its inception in 1993.
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