Yamaha Riders go back to School
Yamaha riders to rev up Adelaide’s Hendon Primary School with healthy lifestyle message
Many people consider professional motorbike racing to consist of simply hoping on a bike and twisting the throttle, however, behind the scenes riders must be healthy, fit and rely on a number of vital pieces of safety equipment.
Students at Hendon Primary School will learn just how important these three factors are today when CDR/NOKIA/YAMAHA rider, Cheyne Boyd and Team Owner Craig Dack will visit students at Hendon Public School and provide them with tips on healthy eating, exercise and what equipment to wear when riding a motorcycle.
The Yamaha Racing School Visit Program was established last year to help address the growing obesity trend occurring in Australia and uses the professional motorcycle racers as positive role models to encourage students to make healthy lifestyle choices.
The Yamaha Racing School Visit Program utilises an interactive format with students encouraged to be involved in the presentation and view Cheyne Boyd’s Yamaha YZ450F racing machine that he will ride at this weekend’s first round of the Australian Supercross Championship being held at Adelaide’s Wayville Showground on Saturday night.