Stephen Mion and Lee Hogan will be back presenting the 2015 Elite Rider Training Camp in September.
Motorcycling Victoria is proud to announce the return of two guest presenters for the 2015 Elite Rider Training Camp. Both Stephen Mion and Lee Hogan assisted in the 2014 version of the Camp and both were highlights with the riders who attended.
Stephen Mion, the Director of FitMoto and Bulleen Health & Fitness, will once again be acting as the fitness trainer and nutritional specialist for the riders.
“The level of professionalism and knowledge that Stephen brought to the Camp last year was invaluable,” MV Operations & Events Manager, Mark Vallance said. “He stuck with the brief that we had mapped out before the Camp and the riders got plenty out of the sessions with him. I’m looking forward to working closely with him once again.”
Stephen has spent time in Europe working in the Moto 2 and Moto 3 circuit before returning to Australia and helping our riders reach the top of the sport in our own country. Some of the riders include Jed Metcher, Glenn Scott, Hudson Pitt and Adrian Nestorovic.
“FitMoto is pumped to be invited to again be involved in the MV Elite Rider Training Camp,” Stephen said.
“The 2014 Camp proved immensely successful and we are still in contact with many of last year’s athletes as their careers progress. We can’t wait to work with the 2015 elite list and develop another league of champions,” Stephen added.
Lee Hogan is an extremely well-known name within the motorcycle sport community having been in the industry for over 25 years, including over 18 years coaching experience.
Once again, Lee will be providing riders with information regarding how to present themselves to the media, how to create sponsorship proposals, how to write press releases and generally how to conduct themselves in a professional manner of the bike.
“At the Camp last year Lee was great! He brought in a couple of surprise guests for the riders who attended and they got to spend a full day with Lee (and his guests) and fire questions at him,” Mark said.
“I’m looking forward to seeing what he brings to the table this year and I’m sure that the riders will gain plenty of valuable knowledge from the session with Lee,” Mark added.
Riders aged 15 – 18 (inclusive) are encouraged to complete the Expression of Interest Form for the 2015 Elite Rider Training Camp.
The form will remain open until 12pm Monday, June 29 and application forms will only be sent to those riders.