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Inside Motorcycles and the Penguin Riding School Provide ARL Championship Support

Inside Motorcycles and the Penguin Riding School Provide ARL Championship Support

Written by  on Tuesday, 28 May 2013 14:43

The Atlantic Roadracing League (ARL) is excited to announce a new venture with Inside Motorcycles magazine and the Penguin Roadracing School.

Inside Motorcycles, in conjunction with the Penguin Roadracing School, will be providing a year-end award for the 2013 Amateur Sportbike Championship.

To the winner of the 2013 Amateur Sportbike Championship:


• One participant entry to the Penguin Roadracing School
• $500 in cash for travel expenses to and from the school

“We are proud of our long standing relationship with Inside Motorcycles magazine and look forward to an exciting season of road racing in 2013. It is the assistance of organizations such as these that enable the series to continue to be a success year after year,” said Andrew Murray about the new partnership.

The Inside Motorcycles Amateur Sportbike class will be a thrilling class to follow all year and will feature some of Atlantic Canada’s newest up-and-coming racers. With the addition of this championship prize, the program will ensure the winner is as ready as possible for entering the professional ranks in 2014.

Atlantic Roadracing League Inc. is the promoter of all Atlantic motorcycle road racing, riding academies, and track days at Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. For information on these and other activities, visit www.atlanticroadracing.com.

Since 1998, Inside Motorcycles has been “Canada’s Source for Motorcycle News.” With its in-depth coverage of the Canadian motorcycle industry, Inside Motorcycles has become an indispensable resource for riders and racing enthusiasts across the country.

The Penguin Roadracing School, in its 41st year, is "The Oldest Motorcycle Roadracing School in North America." They are dedicated to helping new riders learn the basic skills necessary for a successful racing career, as well as tutoring the experienced racer who needs the competitive edge to get to the front of the pack.

-- From the ARL

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