they sell lap timers that work off beacon's placed on the track. However, I dont like to use lap timers yet. I'd recommend them for advanced riders that wanna get that extra 1/10 second or so. Beginners and intermediate riders have a lot of work to do rather than worry about lap times.
I've repeated a track maybe only twice. Mostly I've ridden new tracks. Of course lines were different when I moved up from beginner to intermediate, but I'm still focusing on lines, being smooth, trail braking, body positioning etc that I really dont care about lap times.
i want a lap timer, u can get one for like $100, $100 is worth knowing how your doing
how else r u suppose to compare if going in a turn in a different gear makes u fast or slower. its like a real life video game, y wouldnt u want every help to improve.
any one see those cheap ass laptimers of ebay that comes out of china? theyre lik $20
Here is something interested that California Superbike School posted on their Facebook page. Have a look at the coach's left hand then to the next image for a close up view.
Once you've put the bike on line, make sure there is no tension on the handlebars. Photo: @etechphoto
When you ride do...
Bought the DB Holders front stay with attached air duct after I shattered the OEM one last season. Do I need the two sensors circled in the pic? The service manual
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So, looking for some input. I currently ride an '18 R6 and want to start a track bike. Have a few years of riding experience over the years (off and on for military), and would be starting out in Novice. My intent is not to get a bike and deck it out. The intent is to get a bike that is decently...
What are your dream tracks, bucket list places that you want to ride? How do you plan on making it happen?
Me: Mugello, Portamao, Bruno, Phillip Island.
I'll be coaching two days at PI in April with the California Superbike School Australia!! My goal is to hit up a new track every year, keep...