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Memorial Donations: Set-up a Riders University donation in honor of a loved one.
Scholarships In Your Name: To set-up a Riders University Rider Training Scholarship in your name, or in the name of a loved one.
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9/05/13 - DONATION GIVEAWAY: Riders University is giving away the Motorcycle Track Day Handbook by Kent Larson, Pat Hahn, Jason Bishop and Max McAllister! Make a minimum $20 USD donation, and you will receive a free copy!
Published by Motorbooks and authored by Kent Larsen, Pat Hahn, Jason Bishop and Max McAllister, this track day handbook provides the essentials for getting your bike out to the track.
Motorcycle Track Day Handbook provides everything you need to know to hit the racetrack, including:
How to prepare your motorcycle
How to find organizations that sponsor track days
Information on track schools around the country
TO GET YOUR COPY: Make a minimum donation of twenty dollars. Be sure to include shipping instructions and indicate you want a copy of the book. If you would like to confirm availability of books prior to donation, contact us by email. Books will be sent via USPS Priority Mail to addresses in the United States ONLY. First come, first serve.
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