Coaches

MCRA uses highly experienced and advanced instructors, also known as Rider Coaches, to ensure rider safety and provide riding instruction. If you want to talk to a Coach, just look for their bright yellow “Coach” shirts. Ask them any track or tech questions you have and benefit from their experience and advice. They’ll tell you what you’re doing right, what you’re doing wrong and what you should do to refine your ride and elevate your skill.

  1. Paul Bucherich (Head Coach) – #7 – Suzuki GSX-R 750
  2.  Todd Knauer (Coach) – #84 – Kawasaki ZX-10R
  3.  Jeff Selbert (Coach) – #31 – GSX-R 750
  4.  Jared Harrison (Coach) – #324 – KTM Duke 690
  5.  Barry Thomas (Race Clinic Instructor & Coach) – #728 – Suzuki SV650
  6.  Drew Winters (Coach) – #36 – Honda CBR600RR
  7.  Kyle Sturgeon (Coach) – #11- Ducati 848
  8.  Dave Lacavich (Coach) – #21 – GSX-R 750
  9.  Nick Square (Coach) – #86 – GSX-R 750
  10.  Andre Taylor (Coach) – #220 – Yamaha R6
  11.  Joe Behlmann (Coach) – #141 – Yamaha R6
  12.  Adam Rolfes (Coach) – #9 – Triumph Daytona 675
  13.  Josh Davis (Coach) – #598 – Suzuki GSX-R 750
  14.  Jesse James (Coach) – #835 – Honda CBR1000RR
  15.  Kyle Given (Coach) – #44 – Yamaha R6
  16.  Dominick Leard (Coach) – #88 – Yamaha R6
  17. Robbie Graber (Coach) – #183 – Kawasaki ZX-6R
  18.  Michael Wirrick (Race Clinic Instructor) – #510 – Yamaha R3