Jürgen Fuchs

Jürgen Fuchs was born on 28th November 1965 in Pfaffenhofen and started relatively late with racing. In 1994 he made his debut at the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring in the 250cc class. In his first World Cup, Fuchs was 18 and missed the points. Fuchs was to have four more Grands Prix '94, before he entered the World Cup a year later.

Damian Cudlin

An Australian who became a German - Damian Cudlin moved his food point from Down Under to Gera. Until 2001, he still raced in his home race, earning several junior titles, also in the dirt track area and the junior sidecar. Since 2002, Cudlin has been part of the inventory of the FIM World Endurance Long Distance World Championship. His biggest success so far was in 2011, when he became world champion with the BMW Motorrad France 99 team.

Jörg Teuchert

Jörg Teuchert should be a synonym for any sports motorbike fan. The sympathetic “Franke” was not only several times German champions in the most diverse categories, but so far also the only German Supersport World Champion.


Dirk Ellinger

Dirk Ellinger belongs to the team of the basic instructors of Bike Promotion. “The Düsseldorfer” had his first contact with a racetrack in the year 2000. "At that time I visited the Yamaha Summer Festival in Oschersleben with my wife and my new R6," he reports today. This was the first contact with a race track for Ellinger and he was to attack the virus known to all of us.


Olaf Klanke

Olaf Klanke is one of those bike promotion instructors coming from the road safety industry. In both cars and motorcycles, “the Walsrodaer” teaches a safe driving style and teaches how to drive safely and in advance on the road.



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