Chris Peris and ESP’s New School (05/26/2010)

Press Release | May 26, 2010

The following is a press release…

Chris Peris and Evan Steele Performance are proud to announce the creation of The Peris Riding School.   Chris Peris and ESP have a long history racing together, including a rare privateer podium finish at the VIR National in 2008, and, more recently, contesting select AMA Superbike races on the Iron Horse BMW/ ESP BMW S1000RR Superbike.  The Peris Riding School will hold its first school at Inde Motorsport Ranch in Willcox, AZ on June 17 and 18, 2010. The Peris Riding School will offer individualized classes with a maximum of 20 students allowing more one-on-one time with the instructors and AMA mechanics. This season we will be offering 6 schools all taking place at Inde Motorsport Ranch in Wilcox.What separates The Peris Riding School from other riding schools is that students have the opportunity to learn about suspension and have the chance to apply this new found knowledge to their own motorcycle throughout the day. Evan Steel and Phil Allison of ESP are AMA Championship winning suspension technicians who will be fully available during the school to tune your motorcycle. Also available during the classes is Dave Ciesielski of US Mega M.A.X chassis measurement to measure the motorcycles geometry and frame. Helping the students get their motorcycles set up properly will ensure confidence on the racetrack. All these services will be at the students disposal to help get their bikes dialed in.

“We competed in several club races at the beginning of the season and the common theme among the riders was uncertainty in their motorcycle setup,” said lead instructor Chris Peris. “We want to offer a unique experience by working one-on-one with riders by not only helping them improve their riding techniques, but also aid in developing their chassis setup to ensure riders become better, faster and safer on the racetrack.”For more information about the Peris Riding School or to register visit the website at: or call  702-285-8179.

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