Classes Held at Rolling Hills Cycle ParkGreensboro, North Carolina (June 26, 2007) - Jim Neese Rider Development classes for July thru September of 2007 are open to individuals looking to improve their off-road motorcycle riding skills. The Jim Neese Rider Development program offers fully customized classes to meet the needs of every skill-level rider. So, whether you are a serious racer working to take it to the next level, or a beginner, just trying to have some fun on a motorcycle, Jim can help you.This year Jim is holding his group classes at Rolling Hills Cycle Park, in Reidsville, North Carolina (www.rollinghillscyclepark.net). Rolling Hills Cycle Park is managed by Chad Lough, a former professional motocross racer and one of Jim's motocross competitors back in the day."So far the classes have been filling up and demand is strong. Rolling Hills Cycle Park is a great place to hold the classes. Chad and I have been friends for a long time and I really like what he has done with the track at Rolling Hills, commented Jim Neese.""The classes are going well. My goal in teaching students is to direct them on the best ways to reach their potential as a rider. I am proud of students like Broc Tickle, who I worked with to help him achieve his goals. I love the sport of motocross and especially enjoy teaching other riders to reach their potential on the track."Upcoming class schedule:
July 2 - 4, 10 - 12, 17 - 19, 24 - 26
August 21 - 23
September 4 - 6, 18 - 20Motocross riders interested in training with Jim Neese can sign up on his web site www.jimneese.com under the Register / Sign Up menu.About Jim Neese and Jim Neese Rider Development
Jim Neese Rider Development is a training school for motocross racers and off-road riders aiming to tap their potential (www.jimneese.com). The school is owned and managed by Jim Neese, a professional motocross racer and the 2007 AMA Toyota Arenacross Lites East Champion.Jim also owns The Carolina Xpress Suzuki Team, a professional motocross race team based in Greensboro, North Carolina. The team is a Suzuki factory support team and races in both the Arenacross Lites (250cc) and Arenacross (450cc) classes in the Toyota AMA Arenacross Series and the Victory Sports MEGA and ULTRA Series.The Carolina Xpress is sponsored by Moose Racing, Kenda Tires, CV4 Products, Total Control, Extremeion, RidePG.com, Smith, Renthal, Shoei, Hot Cams and Wiseco.