Hogan back aboard for Elite Rider Training Camp

Lee Hogan (right) conducts a mock interview with Emma Milesevic (left) at the Elite Rider training Camp in 2014.

As seen in Scooter News overnight, MV is pleased to announce that Lee Hogan will be returning for the Elite Rider Training Camp in September.

Motorcycling Victoria is pleased to announce Lee Hogan as a returning guest presenter for the MV Elite Rider Training Camp due to take place in September.

Over the past two years, Lee has been providing riders with information regarding personal presentation when it comes to the media and how to conduct themselves in a professional manner. This will also include how to write press releases, sponsorship proposals and resumes.

“I’m really happy to be contributing as a lecturer once again for Motorcycling Victoria’s Elite Rider Training Camp,” Lee said.

“It will be the third year straight that I’ve been involved and I really get a kick out of passing on some valuable information regarding sponsorship and media in the sport to the young athletes.

“It’s not all about winning races! Our elite athletes these days need to be able to represent their sponsors professionally and handle themselves with the media whether that be print media or on TV,” Lee added.

Lee is well known within the motorcycle sport community, having been in the industry for over 25 years and wearing many hats including being a National Champion, coach, business owner, commentator and TV host/presenter.

“Lee has been fantastic the last couple of years with the Camp and I’m looking forward to seeing what he brings to the table this year,” Sport Development & Events Manager Mark Vallance said.

“He’s great to work with from my perspective as he’s got plenty of ideas that he puts out there and then adds a few surprise guests for his sessions. It’s great that the riders get to spend a full day with him (and over the past two years, his guests) and gain plenty of valuable knowledge as they move forward,” Mark added.

The 2016 Motorcycling Victoria Elite Rider Training Camp will take place over the September 19-21 in Melbourne.

Mark Vallance

Sport Development & Events Manager
Motorcycling Victoria

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