The Women's Riding School will offer the unique opportunity for both veteran and novice female riders to sharpen their skills on Monday, July 28, 2008, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

The Women's Riding School is exactly what it appears to be.  It is a place for women to improve their riding skills - racing is neither encouraged nor allowed.  The school was founded ten years ago by Judy Mirro to provide female motorcyclists with a welcoming environment which focuses on safety and fun.  Small groups are put together based on experience and riders receive one-on-one instruction no matter their skill level. 

The event starts on Sunday night with a meet-and-greet dinner, which allows the riders to get to know each other and alleviate any fears they might have about the Riding School.  On Monday, riders check-in at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and become acclimated to the track by walking the road course.  Participants take turns on the course throughout the day, and classroom sessions run continuously.  In the afternoon, there is an option of attending small, focused sessions in the infield. 

To register, visit the Women's Riding School website at www.womensridingschool.com.

For more information on any of the events at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, including the SYLVANIA 300 on September 14, go online to www.nhms.com/tickets/sylvania300/ or call the speedway ticket hotline at (603) 783-4931.