7055 Speedway Boulevard Suite, Las Vegas Nevada 89115
702-643-1099 Toll Free: 888 672-7219 Fax 702 643-7869
Freddie Spencer's High Performance Riding School is designed for riders of all abilities. Taught by three-time World Champion Freddie Spencer, it uses a process of learning that applies as well to novice riders who simply want to improve their str eet riding as it does to racers who dream of winning world championships. Freddie began his work in R&D in 1980, when he was hired by Honda of Japan to help them develop several 500cc Grand Prix racebikes bikes on which he also won multiple World Championships. The engineers Freddie worked with in the '80s are the same engineers responsible for building some of the Honda's latest sportbikes, and that close bond with the motorcycles of today is what makes Freddie so committed to helping riders understand the bikes they ride. His work extended to the development of the first Michelin front and rear radial tires as well, giving Freddie the unique perspective and understanding of the most intricate aspects of motorcycle and tire performance.
Other Education nearby:
(Las Vegas) Community College of Southern Nevada
(Las Vegas) Desert Research Institute
(Las Vegas) Faith Lutheran Jr/Sr High School
(Las Vegas) Freddie Spencer's Riding School
(Las Vegas) Lied Discovery Children's Museum
(Las Vegas) Mercy Medical Services Training Center
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02/23 Coming to The Las Vegas area
World Tea Expo Las Vegas NV June7-9 Las Vegas Convention Center. Steep in the possibilities.
Las Vegas Greek Festival Las Vegas NV September27-29 The Las Vegas Greek Festival brings all the traditions, sights, sounds, and aromas of genuine Greek culture right to your doorstep.
Utah Shakespeare Festival Cedar City UT June24-October19 The Utah Shakespeare Festival presents life-affirming classic and contemporary plays in repertory, with Shakespeare as our cornerstone.