MILLVILLE, N.J. (Sept. 1) — The KWR team heads to New Jersey Motorsports Park next weekend for the penultimate round of the MotoAmerica Superbike series. With new title sponsors Yamaha Champions Riding School (YCRS) and Cambr, Wyman will head back to his familiar circuit aboard the #33 YCRS/Cambr/KWR Yamaha YZF-R1 Superbike.
Yamaha Champions Riding School is the premier motorcycle training school in the United States, with events from coast to coast. With the mission of creating safer and faster riders no matter what skill level, the “champions habits” that are instilled at the school are techniques honed by some of the best riders in the world. YCRS will also be hosting a two day ChampSchool on the NJMP tracks Monday and Tuesday after the race September 11-12.
“I’m excited to announce this new partnership for NJMP with Yamaha Champions Riding School,” Wyman said. “As a graduate and instructor of the school, I would not be riding at this level without the techniques that we teach at YCRS. It’s my goal to display these techniques and encourage every rider to invest in their own riding. With YCRS and Cambr supporting our team, I am looking forward to the challenge of round nine of the Superbike series.”
Along with YCRS, the weekend partnership also includes Cambr, the first digital banking as a service (BaaS) platform for brands. A revolutionary new way for brands to offer banking services like savings and checking accounts to their customers, all while using a network of 800 plus community banks, helping small businesses and local communities prosper.
“It is important to sponsor ‘good people,’ who go out of their way to help others and not just themselves,” said Josh Siegel, owner/investor of YCRS and Chairman and CEO of Cambr. “Kyle is one of those people. He is a privateer whose focus is not only becoming a better racer, but also on bettering the sport and enthusiasts by coaching at YCRS. This is not about marketing, this is about people living longer and loving the sport as much as I do.”
Wyman heads to NJMP with confidence in his track record at the South Jersey circuit, with wins and podiums in the past across a variety of different classes.
“NJMP has been the site of some of my best races in my career,” Wyman added. “This year will be no different, as I look to find my early-season form again at a track I call home. The excitement of working with YCRS and coming back to this track are a recipe for success and I look forward to pushing for my best results of the year.”
For the complete YCRS schedule, click here.
BeIN Sports will be televising the championship next weekend with LIVE coverage of Superpole qualifying as well as both Superbike races. Dates and times are here, and if you do not have BeIN Sports Network, you can subscribe online through Fubo.TV for only $15/mo.
For more information about YCRS, visit www.ridelikeachampion.com