Suzuki and Pipes Motorsports Group Launch RM Army Boot Camp Experience

Suzuki owners can hang out with their favorite HEP Suzuki team riders at select motocross tracks throughout 2023.

Suzuki Motor USA and the Pipes Motorsports Group announced an exciting series of events for owners of Suzuki motocross bikes. The Suzuki RM Army Boot Camp will let Suzuki owners hang out with their favorite HEP Suzuki team riders at select motocross (MX) tracks throughout 2023. 

The RM Army Boot Camp is a one-day event offering an exclusive, friendly experience featuring MX track ride sessions, bike setup coaching and tech tips from the Pipes Motorsports Group’s racing team technicians and pro riders, a Suzuki product display, rider interaction, food and refreshments, and fun at some of the best pro and amateur motocross tracks in the U.S. Attendees will also walk away with great memories and exclusive RM Army Boot Camp swag to commemorate their track day.

All current Suzuki RM and RM-Z owners are encouraged to attend these once-in-a-lifetime events,  which are complimentary for being loyal Suzuki owners and honorary RM Army recruits.

Suzuki RM and RM-Z owners can sign up at SuzukiCycles.com/Racing/RM-Army-Boot-Camp for the opportunity to hang out and ride with premier Suzuki athletes like Ken Roczen, Shane McElrath, Kyle Chisolm, Dilan Schwartz and Marshal Weltin at select RM Army Boot Camps throughout 2023.* 

Attendance for on-track riding will be limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. So, for more information and to keep an eye out for each event’s announced date and when signups will be accepted, visit SuzukiCycles.com.

In parallel to the RM Army Boot Camp, Suzuki and Pipes Motorsports Group will collaborate on adventure bike events too. Additional information will follow. 

“We are really excited about this new program that brings our top Suzuki Supercross and Motocross riders and team members together with Suzuki RM-Z owners for an epic day of riding, food, fun and education,” said Chris Wheeler, motorsports manager for Suzuki Motor USA, LLC. “Think about it: You get to hang with pros like Ken Roczen and others because you own a Suzuki RM-Z and are part of the RM Army. Our goal is to provide an amazing experience that you’ll remember for the rest of your life!”

“The Pipes Motorsports Group’s partnership with Suzuki has been extensive, and the RM Army Boot Camp events are taking our partnership to the next level,” said Dustin Pipes, general manager of the Pipes Motorsports Group’s racing and marketing efforts, “We are so excited to hang with fans of the team and Suzuki riders and share these exciting events with Suzuki riders. We can’t wait for the first one; they will be a stone-cold blast.”

The Suzuki RM Army Boot Camp experience kicks off in April, with the first event happening at DT1 MX in Tulare, California, on April 1, 2023. Additional RM Army Boot Camp events are being planned around the country, with details announced in the coming days. 

Stay tuned for more information at SuzukiCycles.com.

*Rider lineup and agenda will vary by event and is subject to change.

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