The Spanish motorcycling is living a nice period by their successes at the global level. In 1999, Alex Criville became the first premier-class title for a Spanish pilot, something unusual, and that many we thought that we would not go back to see never ever. Young riders popping up in the lower categories, winning titles in 125 and 250 cc, coming later to MotoGP.
After the struggles of Sete Gibernau with Valentino Rossi, the Catalan could not take home a title, but a good number of victories. In the recent years we have seen how the MotoGP title was won by Spanish riders, being Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez our idols. In this season adds to the very young Maverick Viñales, which is also going to give a lot of war and has many options to win the title at the end of the season.
Be that as it may, the case is that the motorcycle speed is very well represented. In lower categories we have riders such as Alex Rins, Jorge Navarro, Julito Simon, Alex Marquez, Maria Herrera, Joan Mir or Aron Canet. All of them make the young fight by be found some day to their level and fight elbow to elbow for the world championships and victories in the various Grand Prix.
But for all this it is very important to the quarry and the drinks promotions. The company sunglass Hawkers has launched its own school of motorcycling aimed at boys and girls from 3 years of age. It’s called Hawkers Riders Academy and with the help of their ambassador Alex Rins. Located in Elche, this school aupará many children in the pursuit of her dream.
“That has initiatives such as the Hawkers Academy or the Hawkers Cup are important to motorcycling as they bet on the sport of base is the best way of ensuring riders of a high level in the future.”, ensures Alex Rins. “Spain is a leader in the training of pilots and that is reflecting in the high level shown by those pilots that are formed in our championships, and this initiative that Hawkers have put in place ensure the future of our pilots,” added Rins.
tells Us the company itself that is one of the main objectives of this school Hawkers Riders Academy is to develop in pilots the camaraderie, the teamwork, the passion, the fun and the values of sports such as effort, self-control, sacrifice, intelligence and discipline.
Is a great news for the sport in general and for youth in particular, which firms form categories for a sport little assumable economically like this. With these lower categories is achieved that the young talents, in addition to learning all of the values of sport, have a greater impact and facilities at the time that some “scouting” rate your skills.