Suspension Workshop On A Race Track

It would be ideal, but a professional racer doesn’t have to know how to setup suspensions and all what comes along with it. He has to know how to report symptoms though. Without it- his engineer doesn’t even know where to start. To find answers, the engineer has to know what questions to ask. Without knowing what to ask- the racer might not know what to look for.

See the struggle?! This is exactly where our ‘Workshop & Track Time‘ class goes. it literally covers both sides but without overwhelming you. The class overlooks the basics of the why/how’s of ergonomics, tires and pressure, geometry, and the suspension of course.

We, the Superbike-Coach team, are helping you to find the right settings to make your bike really yours. It goes way beyond this actually, because most of the time we’ll find issues with your bike you might never noticed or even adapted to. I can tell you frightening stories of what we could help to fix before things go down for the rider…

That’s not all. In-between every class session, you will go on our Little 99 Raceway to explore those settings, and learn to report for trouble shooting. The main goals are:

  • Confidence boost: easier operation
  • Better rider: understanding logic concepts
  • Gaining: More comfort for street riding
  • Safety or speed: More tire grip

Every rider/bike is welcome to join this for only $99, and that even includes free sport photography. Get your ticket for 10/25/2020 before it’s too late, because there are only a few spots left (full description and booking).

Headcoach Can Akkaya, Superbike-Coach Corp

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First Rider Passenger Class Was A Blast

Our first ‘Rider Passenger Class’ last Sunday was a blast.

Riders and their passengers are united now. To share a passion and a hobby… what can be better than that?! The class went as planned. Only the time schedule of the agenda needs to be fine tuned. Our focus were the passengers, because that’s where the most struggle is. They’ve learned what their riders suppose to do, so that it literally doubles the amount of eyes for more awareness in traffic. Emergency braking was a major subject, so that both, rider and passenger, know what kind of G-forces are even possible and to muscle-memorize.

The most fun part for me was, to give the couples a hall pass for telling each other ‘the truth’. Most opened up, which helps to make their ride outs more enjoyable in the end, by not being afraid to lose their relationships :-)

I had a absolute great time with each one of them, so the entire SBC team. Love you guys!

Headcoach Can Akkaya, Superbike-Coach Corp