We had one of our crew members recently hurt themselves in a motorcycle crash about a month ago. The crash was avoidable and was his own damn fault. Tweeter is an idiot and here is what you can do to avoid ending up like him. Continue reading How not to be a statistic…
Every time we organise a track day we are flooded with questions about what we do, why we do and some even weirder questions that make us wonder if it is even worth doing what we do. Continue reading Of Track Days & Unicorns
I’ve never been a track junkie, never really saw the point either. Although I’ve always enjoyed MotoGP, I’ve been quite content with touring to far off places, rather than trying to see how fast I can go around a track. Things changed in 2014, when I attended the KTM Track Day at Buddh International Circut,… Read More »
I tend to chuckle when I ask people what they want to learn at Motovation Track Days and mostly the answer is ‘I want to get my knee down’. To me it is hilarious that this is a concern for so many riders out there.
Let me say this first, getting your knee down is not an art, all you need to do is try some atrociously bad riding technique and you will be able to scrape your knee pucks all day long, even when you aren’t in a corner. See what I did there. No??? Let me make it clear- Getting your knee down in no way makes you a better, faster or safer rider. Wait- you scream- but MotoGP riders get their knee down on every corner Continue reading So You Want to Drag Your Knee…
Now that you have decided to get yourself a motorcycle, next step is choosing the right one which suits your purpose and way of riding. It’s not as simple as pointing a finger at a motorbike and hopping onto it and riding away. Let me help you with a few things to keep in mind while purchasing a motorcycle.
This got me to put on my thinking cap and try to answer this question in the best way possible. I never asked myself this question. I don’t think any of us Motovation Track Days had ever asked ourselves that question. We were on a track asking people to find their limit without actually knowing where the limit was.