Iilish Ross is all set for a second crack at the MV Elite Rider Training Camp, beginning tomorrow at the Melbourne Parkview Hotel.
She was a participant of the first Elite Rider Training Camp in 2014 and is looking to build further on her excellent racing skills and the off-bike knowledge she picked up from then.
She’s a great young rider in multiple disciplines – Dirt Track and Road Race.
“I’ve participated in the Troy Bayliss Classic and the Victorian Road Race Championships so far this year,” Iilish said.
“I’ve also been helping Chas Hern with his coaching of other riders while getting the feel for the 600cc bike. I want to get my coaching licence at the end of net year so that I can help out younger riders.”
Unfortunately Iilish has a slight injury at the moment which she hopes to have sorted out for the remainder of the year, that won’t slow her down too much though.
“In 2017 I want to race in all of the Australian and State Championships for Flat Track, as well as the ASBK and club level events.”
“My aim for the rest of the 2016 is to train hard and get myself right for those events in the future,” she hoped.
While she aims to get as much out of the Training Camp as she can from a knowledge perspective, she also can’t wait to meet other riders from other disciplines.
“I look forward to the Training Camp to better my knowledge and understanding in all aspects off the bike for my racing. I also can’t wait to meet other riders from other disciplines,” she added.
The MV Elite Rider Training Camp takes place from September 19 – 21 at the Melbourne Parkview Hotel.
You can keep up to date with everything that happens at the Training Camp by following the MV Elite Rider Training Camp Facebook Page.
Sport & Rider Development Manager