FRIDAY NHMS SCHOOLS                                  Before every weekend event 
CLICK HERE and pick a date to sign up!
3 separate school groups + licensed NEMRR/NEMRR racer practice
We have something for riders at all levels on these days!

Back for 2022 - Saturday & Sunday Super Street NEMRR Partnership! 
The Penguin School works closely with NEMRR, who is again offering a SUPER STREET
 program in 2022.  In short, this is a half step between racing and track days with a focus on FUN more than anything else.  You can do it on your Penguin track day level machine and the only requirement to get a "license" is to have completed one track day in the past 12 months!  Saturday riders get two practices, a practice "race" and a main race.  There is classroom and coaching in the morning, and riders get to be a part of the NEMRR weekend without mixing on track with the regular racers.  You can also add a Sunday "race" as well.  Penguin is making it easy for our Friday school participants as we have added a Super Street "upgrade" on our registration form so you can get all signed up with a couple clicks!  These days are run by NEMRR, Penguin will simply make your NEMRR payment and submit your pre-registration for you.  Super easy, and super fun!!

NHMS Friday School Information
To register CLICK HERE to be brought to the schedule, and then simply click on the date you want to attend
For the June Two Day School information CLICK HERE

These 6 Friday 2022 NHMS dates precede NEMRR weekends: 4/29, 5/20, 7/29, 8/26 , 9/16, 9/30
  • These are only Penguin dates that have a CCS/NEMRR licensing class (these, plus Weds June 16 make 7 total)
  • Separate riding sessions & classes for all levels. Street rider, track day rider & racers - a place for everyone! 
  • The only school taught by the top riders in New England! Available 1 on 1 coaching in all classes
  • Three courses taught each day (Track Experience, License Certification and Advanced).  See details below
  • School groups rotate with NEMRR practice groups in the afternoon.

Am I ready for the racetrack? 
It's easier than you think.  You don't need to be an Expert rider - you just need a solid grasp of the basics.  Before riders attend any course, they should be completely competent in the operation of a motorcycle.  Basic braking, turning and acceleration should all be able to be done without conscious effort.  Brand new riders should take an MSF course and gain street or dirt experience before considering the racetrack.  For a more detailed explanation CLICK HERE.

Learn to Fly Discounts
If you think that you might want to ride more than once, be sure to check out our Learn to Fly programs (complete details CLICK HERE).  These packages are great from both a financial standpoint (saving you lots of $$) and provide many valuable benefits (discounts on products, rain insurance, crash insurance & more)!  For those attending single events, there is always a discount to register online at least 10 days prior to the event.

 (3 Courses held at all NHMS Friday Schools)
Track Experience, Basic License Certification, and Advanced all explained below.

Track Experience

Who should Attend?

This course is for riders ranging from new to the racetrack to experienced track day riders who like riding in an environment where there is no inside passing.

Class Details  VIDEO HERE
The participants in the Penguin Track Experience often come expecting a regular track day, but we have organized something more.  We took our basic and advanced classes and blended them into a special curriculum that focused on giving the students the tools that they needed to both improve their riding and enjoy the racetrack. The result has been some highly successful days, and student feedback has been outstanding.  Instruction is led by Expert Level racers who have both decades of track experience and a strong desire to help riders feel comfortable on the track.  Topics include vision, track strategy, body position, braking, turning, acceleration, confidence, feel, setup and more.  

Testimonial: " I participated in the Track Experience last month and I have to say that Scott Greenwood was great.  I've done track days with a number of organizations and I can honestly say that I learned more in my day with you than I ever have before.  Thanks again, I'm looking forward to coming back again soon!" 
Basic License Certification Course

Who should Attend?  This course is for riders who want to become certified for a racing license or to have the ability to participate in racer practice days.

Class Details  VIDEO HERE
The basic course includes our school guidebook "Basic Road Racing", classroom instruction (discussing bike preparation, riding techniques, flags, rules and track survival) and most important plenty of riding time!  Following the classroom with former AMA Pro Superbike racer John Grush, you will be introduced to the racetrack while riding in small groups, each led by an expert instructor.  Short, riding specific classes will be run between your afternoon sessions. There will be coaches available at all times to help with any questions you may have as well as to provide 1 on 1 help on and off the track. Riders successfully completing this course will be issued a certificate that will enable you to purchase a racing license that same evening, or simply to participate in future racer practice sessions. 

Testimonial: "Last week I participated in the school.  I just wanted to let you know that it was a great learning experience and I feel a lot more confident going around the track.  You are real pro's with a great attitude, always willing to help...I will be back for the advanced school"  - R.C. 

Advanced Course

Who should Attend?
This course is for riders who have at least 3-4 track days under their belt in the past 12 months or riders with a racing license.  Note: Riders are separated according to experience in open sessions later in the day  

Class Details  VIDEO HERE
If you are looking to make yourself a better rider and want to attend one of the most acclaimed training classes in the country, you should attend the Advanced Course with national champion and multi-time AMA race winner Eric Wood.  We will lower your lap times!! All of our advanced instructors are expert class champions who can help you with bike setup, starts, braking, cornering, race lines, and more! If you have questions, we will have answers. The advanced course includes classroom, detailed track walk, guided riding time, open practice, and individual tutoring.  At many events we are able to do individual student critique not only via track-side observation, but also through photographic and video analysis.  We always have instructors available in the afternoon who can ride 1 on 1 with students looking for some extra help.

 "I attended the Penguin Advanced School last week (I'm an Amateur on a GSXR600).  On the race weekend after the class I went a 1:23....5 seconds faster than my previous weekend!  I just wanted you to know that your teaching was VERY effective for me.  Thanks again!"  - D.L.

Racer Practice

Who should Attend?
Licensed racers and riders who have completed the Penguin License certification course within the past 12 months.

Riders get riding sessions starting at 10am, running between Penguin classes throughout the entire day.  

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