Superbike skills factory
The running motorcycle involves complex physics forces represented for simplicity by vector forces (or vectors). In order to squeeze every drop of potential from the pilot and the bike those vector forces need’s to be in harmony. The factors influencing those vectors are the pilot’s
knowledge, skills, style and strategy as well as the bike setup – power management, suspension, gears ratios etc..
So, what am I talking about – just imagine this part of the track were the bike lean goes from 0° to 60° (for example). Now cut this portion of the track on ten sections at every five degree lean angle. For every section there is a separate template for balancing the forces that needs to be followed. What am I providing is the knowledge and analysis of this dynamics as well as training for developing the skills needed to control them.
The main training course is six days personally customized hands-on track training done with your motorcycle in your own convenient but within 30 days period. Your machine will be equipped with telemetry, so your progress to be monitored in details with lab precision. Every training day consist of five 25min practice sessions. Every session is followed by detailed data analysis and instructions are given for the next one so a progress can be made in very efficient personal customized manner.
In essence in your training you will achieve:
• Setting up a proper mindset
• Developing proper sense of the forces dynamics
• Cornering Techniques
• Braking Techniques
• Throttle Control
• Reference Points
• Line Selection
• Apex Timing
• Body Position
• Tire Management
You will be in a controlled training environment customized to you.
Achieving the goals in this course are guaranteed – the actual results may vary since everyone is unique with his own individualities.
From the following charts you can get a clear idea of how effective the teaching methodology is. Take the closer look at the progress of one of my students participated in “Superbike skills factory” in the period of march-april 2012 at Serres racing circuit.
The comparison is between his best lap of 1’29,3 before starting the training course and his best lap of 1’24.4 after 10 training days!
The result is 5sec and 273m difference in the end of the lap!