Pro AMA rider Jake Holden will be conducting a Riders Clinic at the Musselman Honda Circuit in Tucson, Arizona on April 28th. We have put together a great team (including suspension set up and tuning by ESP), and a comprehensive program to help expand your riding knowledge and skill-set, whether you're on the street or at the race track. Class size will be limited to no more than 15 students.
Price is $159; $139 for MHC Members. (Contact us for your discount, members).
Make sure to bring snacks, lunch and beverages. We will have water and fruit available.
At the end of a dirt road in Tucson, Arizona, sits Evan Steel Performance, a small motorcycle service and repair shop owned by Evan Steel and Phil Allison. The shop, which began with a dyno and a trailer in 2005, now doubles as headquarters for building Jake Holden’s BMW S1000RR, which the team will race this season in the AMA Pro National Guard Superbike class.
Holden moved to Arizona four months ago to join the ESP team. Since the move, he’s been spending nearly every weekend enjoying what he calls the “fun factory” of local tracks—the Mussleman Honda Circuit, MC Motorsports Park, and Arizona Motorsports Park. “I couldn’t ask for more,” he says.
Holden is no stranger to the AMA paddock. He turned pro in 1999 and has regularly competed in the AMA series, finishing third overall in two AMA Pro national championships, achieving 14 AMA Pro national podiums, three pole positions, four track records, and several top-five finishes. Allison, who first met Holden in 2004, describes him as “one of the best talents in the paddock.”