Thank you for tuning in to my podcast series. I love riding motorcycles. No other sport combines the same degree of physical, mental, and technical skills that’s 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. This podcast series is about helping you become a better motorcycle rider, on and off the bike.

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Listen in as Ken talks about the importance of building a Feedback Loop – the cornerstone of consistent improvement.

Podcast Notes:

– What is a feedback loop? – How am I doing?
– Why do we need one? – Tracking your output, for your next input.
– What are the 4 categories of feedback and what do they consist of?
– What you need to build your own feedback loop. – What matters and why.

Listen in to podcast #77 as Ken talk about the proactive steps you can take, to mitigate crashing. From weeks before you ride as well as in real time, what you need to know to help guide you thorough risk.

Podcast Notes:

– A quick update
– What is happening in the trackday scene as we start to ride again.
– What you need to think about – before you ride.
– What you need to think about – when you ride.
– What you need to think about – after you ride.

Tune in to Podcast #76 as Ken answers your questions Part 2! More great questions (see the podcast notes below) and of course you can support Ken and the podcast by subscribing as well as donating above:

Podcast Notes:

This podcast was also recorded for YouTube and you can also watch it on the KHCoaching youtube channel.

More great questions that include:

1) Do I need to use the Rear Brake? Can I be awesome without it?
2) Ken Hill’s favorite bike is… ?
3) What makes for a great Rider / Mechanic relationship?
4) Without data logging / telemetry how can I identify my biggest weaknesses?
5) Would moving to a smaller displacement bike accelerate the improvement my riding precision?
6) Ken Hill’s favorite tracks in North America are…?

Listen in to Podcast #75, Part 1 of a series of where Ken answers questions the have been sent in. 

Podcast Notes:

NOTE – This is the audio version of the YouTube broadcast fo this podcast.

Part 1 questions include:

1) What kind of plan should a new or experienced rider have when going to the track?
2)Should intermediate riders upgrade to slicks?
3)What is the consensus for a physical training program for motorcycles?
4)What things can we do for our riding while sheltered in place?

 

Listen in to Podcast #74 as Ken talks about how he and his team completed 16,900 laps without a single crash.

Podcast Notes –
– 16,900 laps not going slow
– How deliberate focused riding, equals success
– Why focusing on the process matters
– Having the outcome you want, by building your process
– Examples of what a proper process looks like

 

Listen in to Podcast #73 where Ken talks about what it’s like to work within a race team and what he learned. Rare insight into what the best of the best are doing to work together in order to get the rider around the race track as fast as possible, as safely as possible.

Podcast Notes:
– Do the Pros have secrets? What about silver bullets? Is it just natural talent?
– What mattered most, under pressure?
– How the team interacts together and communicates to the rider.

 

Listen in to Podcast 72 where Ken updates you with his new direction for 2020.

Podcast Notes:

– Update on the Rick program
– Ken purchases a stake in TrackTime trackday company
– Ken joins Racers360
– How to access Ken and his training

Listen in to Podcast #71 as Ken goes through all the sayings we have heard for years – “Point and Shoot” “Slow in, Fast Out” and, is Smooth, actually Fast?” Listeners can support the podcasts by clicking on the link above:

Podcast Notes –

What is meant by:

– Point and Shoot
– Slow in, Fast out
– Smooth is Fast

 

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