Schwantz School Takes Hiatus For '14
Sunday, March 02, 2014

This just in from the Schwantz School:

The Schwantz School To
Go On Hiatus For '14

For the past thirteen years, The Schwantz School has been the premiere performance riding school in the world, creating a multitude of safer and more confident riders across the globe.

Due to Kevin's travel/racing schedule and other factors, The Schwantz School will take a hiatus in 2014 and looks to make a return in 2015.

1993 500cc World Champion Kevin Schwantz has some exciting events, both confirmed and in-the-works, for 2014. It was just announced that Kevin will again race the Japanese round of the World Endurance Championship--the Suzuka 8 Hours--on 24-27 July, at the age of 50. Kevin has also been announced as the "Guest of Honor" at the Classic Motorcycle Festival at Donington Park in England on 8-10 August. In addition, there are discussions underway to see Kevin back in England and racing to the checkered flag in the September sun!

On a personal note, Schwantz looks forward with tremendous anticipation to finally completing an extensive remodel on his home in Austin, Texas in 2014. "In addition to the special motorcycling events I will be attending this year, I am really looking forward to moving into my new house and settling in there," stated Schwantz. "Over the years, due to racing, my travel commitments and the school, I have not spent all that much time sleeping in my own bed at home, and I'd like to give that a try for a while."

The Schwantz School would like to personally thank our partners for their continuing support of our Schwantz School efforts, including American Honda Motor Corporation, American Suzuki Motor Corporation, Dunlop, Dainese, Motul Oil, Saddlemen, MID Autocom Direct, GoPro, Arai, Motion Pro, Yoshimura, and Pit Bull Motorcycle Stands.


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