Why Later Braking Isn’t the ‘Higher Corner Speed’ Answer

A look at why many riders are looking in the wrong place for higher corner entry speeds If you have been looking through my content here for any appreciable amount of time, it’ll be pretty obvious to you that there are many facets to riding, each of which are going to bring you small increments […]

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5 Steps to Improve Motorcycle Brakes for the Track

When riding on the track, one of the areas of the bike that takes the biggest pounding is the brakes, so it’s no wonder that when people get a little more into their track riding they start looking around at how they can improve motorcycle brakes so they can be more affective on the track […]

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Less Ordinary Motorcycles for Track Days


A look at track bikes that land outside of the norm This article comes from one of our very own readers, Kurtis Dobbs. This is his take on a few less common bikes that can make great track day toys. Enjoy! For seasoned track day goers and novices alike, the choice of track motorcycle can […]

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Weight Loss for Track Days: The Nutrition Based Approach

This is a guest post from Aaron Gillies of TrackDayFitness.com. Aaron is a nutrition and fitness coach with over 11 years of experience in the athletic training, rehabilitation and sports fitness profession. He is also certified by Precision Nutrition and by the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA). It’s safe to say he knows his […]

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Motovudu: Dark Art of Performance DVD Review

Motovudu DVD Review

If it is your goal to become a better, more knowledgeable and well-rounded rider, it’s a good idea to get your hands on whatever material you can find to help you do that. Riding motorcycles is by no means an exact science, so getting different perspectives on riding can only be a good thing. Personally, […]

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Aftermarket Motorcycle Levers: Benefits and Best Options

Out of the vast array of parts and accessories available for our machines, one that’s high on the list for proud owners is aftermarket motorcycle levers. Particularly shorter ones. Given the more outlandish designs and colours of these levers, you’d be forgiven for thinking that they have merely been designed to add to the style […]

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How to Control, and Possibly Avoid Panic Altogether in Track Riding

Panic to the motorcyclist is something that is definitely not welcomed. Even the most experienced rider can be reduced to a frozen Neanderthal if they let panic take over. And when that rider is straddling a machine travelling at high speed, usually the results are unfavourable. Given the nature of this sport, its elements of […]

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Finding the Right Gear and Rev Range on Track

Among many of the challenges that riders face out there on the track, one that isn’t given an awful lot of thought is the task of finding the right gear and RPM range for a given corner, or series of corners. On the face of it, it sounds like something that is pretty easy to […]

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A Guide to Chicanes: Tips on Maximising Speed Throughout

One of the more difficult sections of track to tackle is the trusty chicane. Where a simple corner can be broken down into small chunks to deal with in a logical sequence, a chicane (particularly the tighter ones) will require a little more agility and concentration. In this guide I want to cover how we […]

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MOTO-D Performance Riding Motorcycle Undersuit Review

MOTO-D Racing undersuit

For anyone who has donned motorcycle leathers in anything above warm temperatures, you’ll no doubt know just how uncomfortable it can get if you aren’t correctly dressed. For example, you’ve just thrown on any old t-shirt. The effects are then amplified when riding on the track, given how much extra effort you put in to […]

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