Jan 02

Bikram Yoga? Yep, I do it….

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First year of Bikram done and signed up for another year! Thank you Erin Dunning for providing a kickass structure where I can work on both my physical game and mental game. Taking and committing to the long game with Erin and her staff, provided an even more precise way of communicating what I do with my clients – The better I get, the better you get – If you can, add it to your training. http://www.bikramdavis.com

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Dec 16

Card of the week…….

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Dec 16

Podcast #37 – What’s it take to be a test rider?

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Nov 22

RRW Article and Link – Coaching Spreads From MotoGP to MotoAmerica

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MOTOGP ANALYSIS

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Coaching Spreads From MotoGP to MotoAmerica

By David Swarts

In the MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Series there are two men who are best known for coaching successful riders in the series: Ken Hill and Jason Pridmore.

Ken Hill
u Ken Hill, a 52-year-old Northern California resident, draws from a wide and varied body of work that includes owning and operating a motorcycle dealership, working as a mechanic for successful professional motorcycle road racing teams, instructing with the biggest motorcycle riding and racing schools in America, testing and writing for motorcycle publications, and successfully racing at a high level. In fact, Hill made his AMA Pro Superbike racing debut at age 41 and took home a top-10 finish in a talent-filled field.
Hill currently works with a long list of Pro riders including…..read more.

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rrw-11-thingsHow To Get Better At Riding A Motorcycle

The 11 things you can do to improve your riding, starting today.

This is how it’s done.

By Ken Hill

As both a motorcycle coach and former racer, one question I’m often asked is what I enjoy more—riding or teaching. The answer is both, equally. I love riding motorcycles. No other sport combines the same degree of physical, mental, and technical skills that are required to operate a motorcycle. While I love riding, teaching allows me to share this passion by facilitating pathways for other riders to reach their fullest potential. I don’t train “racers” or “street riders”—I simply teach people how to be better motorcycle riders. The correct techniques are the same for everyone, no matter what or where you ride. If you want to become a better rider, these 11 habits are the place to start…..read more

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