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Old 05-06-2016, 10:08 AM   #61
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So old school. I want a live video feed, in a helmet heads up display, of the follow video so I can watch myself riding while I'm riding.
Ha, already have tried all that....
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Old 05-06-2016, 12:26 PM   #62
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My couple (2 now) experiences with someone reviewing video made huge improvements. Let me pick out a couple things to work on at first, then I could work through the list of suggestions. Gave me time to mull it over a bit. Then how to apply it elsewhere....someone yapping in my ear (besides the fact that most race helmets don't leave room for speakers) would be horrible - I have enough fun shutting my own mouth up.
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#17 is up!

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"Corner speed" was what I've been trying to work on at my last trackday so I'm glad to see you touching on this topic. Now it makes sense why Dave Moss had me work on my corner entry instead. .

One surprising thing to hear though, is the fact that corner speed doesn't significantly change lap time at the apex of the sport. I'll need to digest that a bit more before that doesn't seem so counterintuitive to me.
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thanks Ken, these are awesome!

Since you asked, I'd love to see a future episode on the art of passing. I've picked up enough pace and control to be faster than some of the guys in my group, but I've never really been taught the ABC's of safe passing. what not to do, what to focus on, the safest places/times to pass, etc. Maybe a future podcast topic?
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thanks Ken, these are awesome!

Since you asked, I'd love to see a future episode on the art of passing. I've picked up enough pace and control to be faster than some of the guys in my group, but I've never really been taught the ABC's of safe passing. what not to do, what to focus on, the safest places/times to pass, etc. Maybe a future podcast topic?
I'll add passing to the list. I did cover it quite a bit in #13, but not as a separate subject.

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I've got a lot of catching up to do. Looking forward to listening!
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#18 Added..

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#19 is up, a great topic for all of us, myself included.

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#20 is up...Learning a new Track....

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# 21 is up....How to develop feel...By far the hardest topic I have covered to date...

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# 21 is up....How to develop feel...By far the hardest topic I have covered to date...

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Listened to this one - would love to hear this taken a step further on how to best interpret what you're feeling. I'm finding that I'm prone to just "riding around" a lot of problems (maybe because I've never ridden a bike that was really well set up for me, so my comparison is, um, lacking) but it would be great to have a few tools to recognize and interpret what is felt. Would help with distinguishing "is it me, or the bike?"

Not sure if that's easily put into words, but if it could be, would love to hear some breakdown on that
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Listened to this one - would love to hear this taken a step further on how to best interpret what you're feeling. I'm finding that I'm prone to just "riding around" a lot of problems (maybe because I've never ridden a bike that was really well set up for me, so my comparison is, um, lacking) but it would be great to have a few tools to recognize and interpret what is felt. Would help with distinguishing "is it me, or the bike?"

Not sure if that's easily put into words, but if it could be, would love to hear some breakdown on that
HEY! This one was hard enough!

What you are talking about is a major part of what I do at the Moto America Race weekends as well as the Moto2 weekends. Understanding what the rider can control and is responsible for, and what the bike is controlling makes an enormous difference in setting expectations as well as simplifying who is responsible for what.

I have a podcast I am working on which is - "What is holding you back the most" where this will be covered...

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I have a podcast I am working on which is - "What is holding you back the most" where this will be covered...

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