Dunlop Partners with Rich Oliver’s Mystery School

Rich riding Dunlop on TT-R 125

Buffalo, NY: Continuing our commitment to inspire the next generation of riders, Dunlop Motorcycle Tires has partnered with Rich Oliver’s Mystery School (ROMS) for 2019.

ROMS offers a wide variety of courses for riders of all skill levels starting with learn-to-ride schools, Motorcycle Officer courses, pro camps and even private training with Oliver at the school’s designated training facility in Prather, CA. One popular course is the Kids Ride and Wrench program, where kids learn how to maintain their bikes, load and unload from a pick-up truck, and even assemble a complete motorcycle.

All courses take place on small-displacement off-road machines. Dunlop will be supplying tires from its championship-winning flat-track and Geomax® product lines.

ROMS officially opened in 2003 during Oliver’s last year of professional AMA racing to help riders improve their motorcycle skills, their mental strategy, their exercise and nutritional program and much more. Oliver is a retired AMA professional road racer whose credentials include five National Road Racing Championships, more than 71 race victories, and posted three perfect, undefeated seasons in the AMA 250 Grand Prix class in 1996, 1997 and 2003.

“Partnering with Rich’s Mystery School continues a relationship Dunlop had with Rich throughout his amazing racing career, and furthers Dunlop’s commitment to help expand the sport and support safe riding whenever we can,” said Mike Buckley, Dunlop Motorcycle’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

“During my racing career, Dunlop was a critical factor in my success,” said Oliver. “I won all of my professional road racing championships on Dunlop tires and I know the performance level they offer is incredible. I am excited that our customers will experience the same level of performance now that Dunlop is a partner of Rich Oliver’s Mystery School. We are proud to align ourselves with Dunlop Motorcycle Tires.”

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