The following release is from STAR Motorcycle Schools:

Norwalk, CA - Two-time AMA Champion Jason Pridmore's STAR Motorcycle School has released its 2009 schedule. “Next season will be the first time in our eleven years that we are sticking closer to home”, said Pridmore. “We start our season right with our traditional February Pahrump school. We have Pro Schools at Thunderhill, and we added Buttonwillow back onto our schedule. For our Pacific Northwest students, STAR is finally headed to Portland! I used to go to PIR with my father and can hardly wait to go back. And we are still looking at dates at two tracks in Colorado, including Pueblo. STAR will end our season at the new Chuckwalla Valley Raceway at the beginning of December, with the last day for STAR CLUB members only.

“We know that many of our students are watching the bottom line right now, which is why we’ve reduced our prices at every 2009 school while still only running a two-group format, regardless of the location. We’ve also opened up our individual and group discounts. And if there is a group, club or organization that would like me or STAR to come to their track for an event – we are open to that. Get in touch with us and we will see if we can work that into our schedule.”

Date Track Location

2/14-15 Spring Mountain Motorsports Park Pahrump, NV

3/16-17 Streets of Willow Rosamond, CA

3/23-25 Thunderhill Motorsports Park Willows, CA

4/6-7 Buttonwillow Raceway Buttonwillow, CA

4/27-28 Miller Motorsport Park Tooele, UT

5/11-12 Streets of Willow Rosamond, CA

6/13-14 Motorsports Park Hastings Hastings, NE

8/17-18 Streets of Willow Rosamond, CA

9/29-30 Portland International Raceway Portland, OR

10/6-7 Streets of Willow Rosamond, CA

10/12-14 Thunderhill Motorsports Park Willows, CA

10/26-27 Buttonwillow Raceway Buttonwillow, CA

12/4-6 Chuckwalla Valley Raceway Desert Center, CA

For additional information call (562)802-7061, FAX (562)802-0337, mail@starmotorcycle.com and visit us at www.starmotorcycle.com

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Paul Carruthers took over as the editor of Cycle News in 1993 after serving as associate editor since starting his career at the publication in 1985. Carruthers has covered every facet of the sport in his near-28-year tenure at America's Daily Motorcycle News Source.

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