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Replace Distracted Drivers To Grow Motorcycling!

Replace Distracted Drivers To Grow Motorcycling!

Bring on the automated car. – By Nick Ienatsch . July 9, 2019 There might be someone texting inside these cars, but it’s not the drivers. Manufacturers like Bosch are working hard toward self-driving vehicles, which could mean safer roads for motorcyclists....
USMCA Teams Up With Yamaha Champions Riding School

USMCA Teams Up With Yamaha Champions Riding School

Keith Culver, the Chief Operating Officer of Yamaha Champions Riding School and USMCA Coach Leader. – theSBImage U.S. Motorcycle Coaching Association Partners With ChampSchool Temecula, CA: With a shared vision for growing the sport of motorcycling through great...
Motorcycling Best Practices: Avoiding The Emergency Room

Motorcycling Best Practices: Avoiding The Emergency Room

A six-second video about preparedness and reaction time. – Nick Ienatsch July 2, 2019 In Mark’s own words: “I am a semi-retired 50 year old Grandpa. I love to ride motorcycles and fly airplanes. I worked as a certified flight instructor and competed in...
Nick Ienatsch’s Braking Top 5

Nick Ienatsch’s Braking Top 5

To go fast you must be able to slow. By Nick Ienatsch June 18, 2019 Trail-braking is reducing brake pressure as you add lean angle. – Cycle World Archiveswww.cycleworld.com Trail-braking defined: Reducing brake pressure as you add lean angle. If you...
Track Focused Riding Tips

Track Focused Riding Tips

How to get the most out of your day at the track—Expert Eyes, Part 5By Nick Ienatsch Yesterday at 2:44pm 2 Comments Last week our advice came from a pair of new-rider instructors; this week we go all-track with Bill Sink and Scott Rybarik. In each...

2019 Schedule Released

CHAMPIONS HABITS The techniques, approaches, skills and mindsets of the best riders in the world. RIDING TIPS We hope you had a great Thanksgiving.  We spent the following week in the mountains of southern California. Chris, Keith and I joined three of our...