Miguel Duhamel is guest instructor at CBR250R race licensing school

Miguel Duhamel will be guest instructor at the CBR250R licensing school next weekend.

The race licensing school for Honda’s new spec CBR250R CSBK series will feature AMA star Miguel Duhamel as a guest instructor.

Duhamel, who was born in Quebec and cut his teeth racing in the CSBK series, ranks second behind Matt Mladin in all-time AMA Superbike total wins, with 32.

He won the Daytona 200 five times, won the AMA Supersport 600cc national championship five times, and was the last Canadian to race in MotoGP full-time. And next week, he’s making his first appearance on a Canadian track since winning the CSBK Superbike championship at Shannonville in 1990; Honda’s race licensing school for the CBR250R series kicks off May 28 at Autodrome St. Eustache, and Duhamel will be there on June 1 as a guest instructor.

Are you interested in signing up for Honda’s new series? Well, get this – not only will Duhamel be there, but CMG’s own Costa Mouzouris will also be instructing at the school. You’d better get on board while there’s still room …


  1. I’ll also be at Mosport on Monday, May 28, acting as one of the instructors at the CBR250R licensing school, held at the development track. Registration info can be found at csbk.ca. Come out and join the fun.

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