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 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

– What really does each of these statements mean and what are the report cards for each one?
– How can you apply this to your own riding?


Listen in to Podcast #70 as Ken updates you on what’s new and finishes up with Part 2 of his series on Routines and Report Cards. Listeners can support the podcasts by clicking on the link:

Podcast Notes –

– General Podcast update and what’s in store for 2020
– Review of Podcast #69
– Why we need report cards for our riding.
– What are some of the report cards Ken uses for his training.
– How you can identify the report cards needed for your training.

Listen in to Podcast #69 as Ken talks about why having an on track routine is the cornerstone for improvement.

Podcast Notes:

– Why we have routines in our life
– What is and what isn’t important in your riding routine
– What should my routine look like?
– What order should my routine be in?

Listen in to Podcast #68 and Ken sits down with Dunlop tire engineer Tom Grolemund and talks tires. This is a much longer podcast than normal and the sound challenged due to the interview being held in the very busy Dunlop trailer on a race weekend.

Podcast notes:
-The change from specialty tires being made in the UK to the US
-Street based based vs race based tires
-When do I need race tires?
-Do I need slicks?
-How does tire pressure change a tire’s characteristics?
-Do I need tire warmers?
-What off the track temps should I have?
-What do the top riders always ask for?

A fun time being interviewed by Northwest Road Racing and their podcast series……


Listen in to Podcast #67 as Ken interviews the technicians at the Ohlins USA race trailer at a MotoAmerica weekend. A longer than normal interview where we get to ask the experts questions about suspension and set up.

Podcast Notes:

-How good is today’s sport bike suspension?
-When should I upgrade?
-What is the difference between valving changes and spring changes?
– What does a suspension envelope mean?
-How do tires change suspension?
-Should I set sag?
-What are good setup numbers?
-Exactly how good are MotoGP, WSBK and MotoAmerica suspension components?

Listen in to Podcast 66 where Ken talks about and breaks down what a double apex corner is and what are the reports cards for them.

Podcast Notes:

-What does double apex mean?
-What is the radius that makes it so?
-How to determine your apexes in them
-Where is the slow point and how long does it last?
-What are my, in real time report cards?

Podcast 65 – 
An often asked question is, “How do I know if I need the brakes for a corner?”
Ken goes into detail answering this question and giving you quantitive report cards.

Podcast Notes: 

-Does my speed matter?
-What the brakes are really used for
-Does the corner radius matter?
-What are the report cards of right and wrong?
-What are my triggers?



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