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Super Bike riders meeting with fans

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Professional Super Bike and MotoGP riders are here on island for winter training and a riding clinic. Last month the 2010 JSB 1000 Champion Kousuke Akiyoshi was here at Leo Palace for training and conditioning. Akiyoshi is back with some training partners as they prepare for the 2011 season. The pro riders will be at Cycles Plus Honda in Maite to take pictures and sign autographs from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Sport Bike enthusiast can sign up for a chance to get in on the riding clinic that will be taking place at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo February 6th. Space is limited so call Shawn Aguilo at Cycles Plus at 472-8326.

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