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Capital 19 partners with motoDNA to improve motorcycle safety

Capital 19 is pleased to announce a partnership with motorcycle rider academy motoDNA. The academy is based at the Sydney Motorsport Park and it currently runs rider training in NSW and QLD, for all levels of rider experience, from beginners to experts.

motoDNA is headed by former GP 250 Racer and MotoGP Engineer Mark McVeigh who is committed to improving rider safety and skill levels by identifying skills gaps using data-driven technology and a score-card system which is issued to grade riders’ training progress.

Capital 19’s Managing Director and Founder, Matthew Jones said the partnership with motoDNA will help promote rider safety, improve the confidence of motorcyclists and educate riders on a range of topics. Commenting on the partnership, Jones said “although we’re involved in very different industries, there are many synergies between our organisations that make this a worthwhile partnership. Fundamentally, we’re both committed to the same three pillars – the delivery of successful outcomes, risk mitigation and education, and our clients come to us for expert investment advice in what can also be described as a high-performance environment.”

 

About Capital 19

Capital19 helps Australian investors to get greater performance from their investments by exploring stocks and options trading opportunities from over 19 international markets. To learn more about Capital 19, please visit www.capital19.com .

About motoDNA

motoDNA provides advanced motorcycle training courses in NSW and QLD to improve motorcycle safety and rider confidence. The academy caters for both beginner and expert riders. To learn more about motoDNA, please visit https://motodna.net/

 

Media Contact: Nick Tratsellas: 02 9002 0373

 


 

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