High Praise and Paying it Forward
We came in at 1230! That’s according to Inc.’s Annual List of the 5000 fastest growing American companies. And to celebrate we’re going to donate $1230. dollars to sponsor two kids for the weekend long Ride & Wrench program at Rich Oliver’s Mystery School, an amazing company right here in California.
Mystery School shares our own CEO Uri Thatcher’s passion for motorcycles, and our philosophy of embracing pride of ownership; if it’s broken, you don’t toss it, you fix it. Located in the foothills of the Sierra Mountain range, on 13.9 acres of specifically designed flat tracks and dirt drill areas, the school is run by retired American Motorcycle Association and professional road racing champion Rich Oliver. Ride & Wrench opens kids up to a whole new world; it teaches them how to ride safely, and how to take care of a Yamaha TT-R dirt bike. It gets them off the screen and outside, engaged in a sport they can spend their lives enjoying.
On day 1 kids ages 8-18 learn to ride on an expertly designed 13 acre off-road facility, helping them gain skills, confidence and control. And at the end of the day, they learn how to clean and lubricate their bikes. On Day 2 kids get the unique hands on experience of actually assembling a bike that Rich himself will take for a test ride. Getting down and dirty and working with their hands introduces kids to a trade, empowering them and rewarding them for their efforts. It also helps them to appreciate their possessions and shows the value of taking care of them, and at the end of the weekend, each person goes home with their very own wrench kit.
It’s an amazing experience from an incredible team that is dedicated to helping kids gain skills, confidence, and control. And we’re proud to be a part of it.
Learn more about this great school here: https://www.richoliver.net