Featured In the Roadracing World 2020 Trackday Directory Special Issue:
“From one point of view, riding a motorcycle at speed is a simple process. Your brain tells your body what to do, and your body does it as best it can. But what does your brain base its decisions on? Sensory input.
“Talented riders can feel the movement of the bike in their legs and hands, and can hear when the engine is about to hit the shift point. And any rider can smell burning oil. But the major predictive sensory input, the one that tells the rider what is going to happen—not what is already happening—comes from the eyes. If you’re not looking at the
right thing, your brain can’t make the right decision and tell your body to do the thing that gets you around the racetrack quickest.
“The problem is that looking at the thing that gives your brain the data needed to get around a track quickly and confidently is often at odds with the hard wiring that has evolved in the brain around vision and its uses …”
—Riding Skills: Where To Look
It’s not just looking, but knowing how to look and make use of what you see, that gives you the ability to improve your skills. California Superbike School’s Dylan Code breaks it down in the Roadracing World 2020 Trackday Directory! It’s the perfect way hone your track-riding skills, or to help a friend learn to have fun riding on the track with you! Order your copy today, or pick one up at leading retailers, including Cycle Gear stores nationwide!
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