On every back-road ride for the rest of your life, use corner entries to get the bike to a speed and position to safely negotiate the middle and exit of the corner.
”Get your eyes up.” Great motorcycling advice because vision feeds our brain to make future decisions. The earlier we see our future, the better we can plan for it.
If we can find a way to reduce ourselves as a variable, everything else becomes a math problem.
Consistently placing a motorcycle at a desired spot at a precise speed is at the heart of rider safety. Do that on every street ride and you will arrive at destinations while your confidence and skills grow due to consistent rider health.
Tire experts Tony Romo and Mark Schellinger have witnessed cold-tire crashes as top-level racers, tire-manufacturer employees, and winning crew chiefs.
I’m just back from Homestead Miami Speedway where we completed our first-ever ChampSchool and combined it with a trackday weekend put on by our friends at N2 Trackdays. We had a cold-tire crash in the school, and there were more than a few during the N2 days.
It’s easy to believe that running a faster lap time necessitates riding faster everywhere, and that might be initially true for the novice track rider, but the secret to speed lies in the ability to slow and turn.
Faster and safer. By Nick Ienatsch, January 12, 2021 Last week’s examination of changing your bike’s direction in less time and distance by using your brakes defines Champ School’s slogan of “faster, safer…”
Speed and safety await—let’s examine consistent speed first. By Nick Ienatsch. January 5, 2021 Welcome to 2021, the year of the brake light. Lighting the red light at the back of your bike is much more than…
Adding a Dimension, By Sam Smith. December 24, 2020. “Before you ride,” they tell you, “have a plan.” Big words. So big, they make you write them down—on the front of your lesson…