On Saturday, March 4 2017, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the city of Santa Clarita, in partnership with the non-profit association Redbird, invites riders of all experience levels to attend a free Motorcycle Technical Skills Workshop with Lance Holst. Using both an in-classroom and a hands-on motorcycle presentation, Holst will teach the fundamental skills of operating a motorcycle, including how to ride in different conditions and best practices on bike maintenance.
The workshop will take place in the Community Room at Old Town Newhall Library, located at 24500 Main Street in Newhall. To reserve a spot in the workshop, please email Corina Roberts at email@example.com.
Lance Holst is a freelance writer, photographer and instructor in the motorcycle industry. He is currently a Road Test Editor for “Motorcyclist Magazine.” Holst has taught at multiple prestigious motorcycle schools, and also manages his own school called the Holst Ride Smarter School. His expertise in riding has led him to teach around the world including Germany, France and Japan.
The Motorcycle Technical Skills Workshop is in conjunction with the art show “Highway 2 – The Journey and the Destination,” a multi-artist, multi-media art show celebrating the stretch of asphalt known as the Angeles Crest Highway from various artist viewpoints. The art show is on display at the Community Room at Old Town Newhall Library until Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
For more information about the Motorcycle Technical Skills Workshop, or the “Highway 2 – The Journey and the Destination” art show please contact the City’s Arts and Events Supervisor, Jeff Barber, at (661) 250-3779 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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