Schwantz showed levels of desire, determination and raw courage that 's never been equaled. His heart-stopping style and charismatic personality won him legions of loyal fans worldwide.
By the time he was done, Schwantz amassed 25 Grand Prix wins, 21 lap records, 29 pole positions and the 1993 World Championship. When he made his tearful retirement the world wept with him and the FIM felt the loss to the sport was so significant that they retired his signature competition number 34. It's the first time in the history of the sport that a rider had been so honored.
Throughout his professional career, Schwantz and never settled for second place. When it comes to choosing a riding school, we think you should do the same and come and experience the best, the Schwantz School.
"When I started road racing I just used to ride like I was on the dirt, it wasn't pretty. I just used to lock up the rear brake going into the corner trying to get it stopped with the bike hopping and skittering all over the place. That was the way I thought you did it."
— Kevin Schwantz
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