Here you’ll find a selection of motorcycle riding tips that I have put together from my own personal experience, study and training I’ve had that I hope will help you start to take steps in the right direction to improve your riding skills. While I would never call these articles definitive guides, there is a lot of good information here that I am sure will help you understand a little more of what we can and should be doing as riders when looking at the different aspects of riding a motorcycle on the track.
A common goal among the vast majority of track day riders is to improve their riding in some way, and by taking the time to study and read up on the different aspects of motorcycle riding you will only serve to help yourself get closer to your goal.
Check out the latest articles below…
Target fixation is one of the most dangerous traps to fall into for track riders, and it’s a trap that can cause the smallest mistakes to turn into the biggest repair bills. In this article we’re going to talk about what exactly target fixation is, and what you can do to prevent it taking control […]Continue reading
Visual skill is pretty important in motorcycle performance riding. In truth, all things being equal a rider displaying good visual skill will be able to reach a higher level than one displaying poor visual skill every single time. A key part of visual skill is the use of reference markers (or reference points), which lay […]Continue reading
“How do I drive harder out of corners” is one of the most asked questions from track riders looking to improve their skills. It’s also one of the most difficult to improve too, being that it’s a skill where reaching a higher level means going closer to the limits of traction. This creates resistance as […]Continue reading
Motorcycle body position has got to be one of the most, if not THE most desirable skill that riders want to learn about and improve when they start getting a little more serious about their track riding efforts. I’ve seen it countless times through various channels that body position becomes the default area of improvement […]Continue reading
I’ve spoken in the past about what I believe makes a rider a good one outside of what the numbers read on your mate’s stopwatch. One of those things is consistency. Jorge Lorenzo is one of the best examples to look at when talking about the art of consistency in track riding. Regardless of what […]Continue reading
A discussion on how a late entry, late apex approach can eventually become a disadvantage One of the most common mistakes you see among new riders to the track is a tendency to begin steering for a corner too early. You see it a lot in newcomers to the track and as a result they are often […]Continue reading
“It’s not who gets back to the gas first. It’s who gets back to FULL gas first” In this article we’re going to continue on the recent theme of throttle application at corner exits. We’ve covered what an apex means to you and how hitting it benefits your exit, where the most important exits are, […]Continue reading
The title of this article may have you feeling like it’s something that sits well outside your own ability. When you think of ‘maximising exit drive’ you more than likely immediately conjure up the image of a rider squeezing every last drop of grip from the rear tyre, squirming all the way until the bike […]Continue reading
I would put money on the fact that a lot of riders (especially those that have taken any time to learn correct track craft) will be able to point out roughly where they want to be in the middle of any given corner. However, while they may easily be able to point out an apex […]Continue reading
A look at different scenarios when they’re expected, when they’re not, and what you can do to fix it When it comes to the ‘ideal’ scenario for our steering efforts for each turn, what we are looking to achieve is to make just one single steering input per turn. There are some exceptions in certain types of […]Continue reading