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  • Favorite Track/Race Riding Technique Training Materials

    Thought I'd post a few that I feel like have helped over the past year or so. What are some materials that have worked well for you?

    -Ken Hill Coaching Podcast: https://play.google.com/music/listen...nirrabsxu652iu Technique based instruction that is specific enough to give you individual pieces to work on while general enough to apply across situations, bikes, and riding styles.

    -Motovudu youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/motovudu/videos): apparently there is a book as well which I need to check out, but these are hosted by Simon Crafar (former GP rider) and are nice, digestible and individual training tips in each of his Trackday Rider Training videos. These were some of the first lessons I've actively thought about and tried implementing while riding.

    What are some that you've found useful?

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    I have the Keith Code books. Mostly I just do trial and error. Wasn't easy at 1st trying to convert 4 wheel road racing tactics to 2 wheel.
    Wait a minute. Look at those shifty eyes. That devious half-smile. Those kazoo-kissed lips.

    CCS # 14 EX
    ASRA # 141 EX
    RP Motorsports, Suomy Helmets

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    • #3
      Trial and error. Sometimes ending with a crash.
      2004 BMW R1100SA(street/Deer Spear)
      2008 Suzuki SV650 (track\race CCS AM#259)

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      • #4
        Any of you guys see Twist of the Wrist 2 on Youtube? I was watching it and my wife walks in at the beginning and the acting is so bad she goes "oh my god, gay motorcycle porn."



        This is really beginners stuff, not really for racers improvement. Just thought it was funny.
        John K - Appleton

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        • #5
          Video and data, the only things that don't lie once the bike stops rolling.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by borgNSR View Post
            the only things that don't lie once the bike stops rolling.


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