Jeff Haney, Chief Instructor for the Skip Barber Superbike School Powered by KTM
Jeff Haney's career started in 1974 on the dirt ovals of California as a teenage protege of the legendary Kenny Roberts. Soon after, Haney was signed by Honda and teamed with Freddie Spencer as a factory dirt track racer. As a team, they finished one-two on several occasions. With a move to road racing in 1984, Haney earned a number of top finishes in AMA and international races, including third place in the 1985 Daytona 200. After retiring at the end of the 1986 season, Haney teamed up with Kevin Schwantz as trainer/instructor, and thus added Bubba Shobert and Scott Russell to his roster of clients. Haney has contributed to a number of prominent motorcycle magazines over the years, including riding in several motorcycle shoot-out features. Most recently Haney test rode for Michelin prior to the 2008 MotoGP at Indianapolis.