Anyone want to jump in here? I don't know squat about racing, but I've been told you want to lean your body and keep the bike as upright as possible. I've heard other advice to the contrary.
yeah we he gets back from the fun in the sun, while were all up here freezing.. :rant:Captain Morgan said:I haven't picked up "Sport Riding Techniques", but it's my next book. As I've told N4S, another good book is "Total Control", by Lee Parks. Both are available on Amazon, as well as a couple other books on riding technique.
I was shown how at one track day, then read "Total Control" and it really built on what I had learned first hand. I was dragging knees by my second track day.
I'm sure Twisty will come in with a lot of advice as well.
A bit lazy, are we? :lol: The book that I mentioned has some good pictures, I'm not sure about the other book, though. You will learn more than you think from the book. Then, if you go to an instructional track day, they can help you out wherever you're having problems.ShanMan14 said:Is there a DVD tutorial or book on tape?
twisty said:"Twist of the wrist" is the best and the revamped on will be out soon. I owe all my racing and track accomplishments to that book and/or DVD.
Twisty, do you have the audio or DVD? If so can I get a copy from you that WORKS!!twisty said:"Twist of the wrist" is the best and the revamped on will be out soon. I owe all my racing and track accomplishments to that book and/or DVD.
:lol: :cheers:Captain Morgan said:Didn't find DVD, but it appears that it IS on Audio CD (volumes 1 and 2). They were thinking of you ShanMan.
I'll put in a few links:
Buy just the first volume:
Or get both volumes together: