Chris “Teach” McNeil flies across the balance beam on his way to Victory in the RACING 905 STUNT COURSE.

Chris “Teach” McNeil and his Factory BMW S1000RR rode to victory over the field in the Street BIKE Freestyle Championship RACING 905 STUNT COURSE this past weekend with MotoAmerica at Road Atlanta. The RACING 905 STUNT COURSE is a time trial event that pits riders against an obstacle course that features a 7ft tall roller, balance beam, Drift Limbo, Teeter Tauter and more obstacles designed to challenge a motorcycle riders skill set. The rider with the fastest time through the course is the winner.

Kyle Sliger a previous winner in the event was fast in round one of the two rounds and at one point was only .3 seconds behind Teach. Aaron Twite another strong challenger in the RACING 905 Stunt Course also put down two very quick runs on the course.  Both Twite and Sliger challenged Teach with lightening fast rounds but in the end it was the Latin teacher from Kennebunk, ME that held on to win the event.

“The Course was fun and entertaining, just the type of event that gets both the riders and the crowd involved; and all of my training in different riding disciplines gave me a slight advantage. I’m looking forward to taking home the win next round in Sonoma, CA as well!” – Chris “Teach” McNeil. 


XDL and SBFC RACING 905 STUNT COURSE – Round One, Road Atlanta 04/30/2017

Chris “Teach” McNeil –  19.76 seconds
Kyle Sliger                     22.97 seconds
Aaron Twite                   23.21 seconds


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