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Rider Training at The Podium Club

Rider Training at The Podium Club

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Advanced Motorcycle Training Presented by The Podium Club @ Attesa

 

This is the next level education for any rider at any skill level you've been looking for. This program is for entry level track day riders to advanced / pro level road racers. Prior track experience preferred but not required.

Over the years, we have seen many motorcyclists learn the craft of riding at track days / road racing. The Podium Club @ Attesa has come up with a program that is cost effective and results oriented to make you a safer / better rider.


 

Here is how it works.

We offer 2 options on these event days;

  1. Private Rider Training is a means for riders to get personalized coaching to develop rider specific skills. (Additional details below) Riders who have NEVER RIDDEN at The Podium Club are required to take the 2 day course which includes a track day on Sunday. The goal is to maximize Mondays training by ensuring all riders are familiar with the track and its layout. If riders have ridden at The Podium Club they can sign up for the training day alone.
  2. ONLY If the participant is taking the Private Rider Training or Road Racing Clinic on Monday you can participate as a "Member for a day" on Sunday. This will enable the rider to not only learn the track before training, but gives the customer the opportunity to be a member of the exclusive racetrack / facility

* FINE PRINT - DISCLOSURE - The track will be open the majority of the day, however the day is shared with the Advanced Rider Program and stopping / down time is likely to occur for training purposes. We will have a simulated race at the end of the day.

 

WHAT MAKES THIS TRAINING PROGRAM UNIQUE?

- LOCATION - LOCATION - LOCATION - The Podium Club at Attesa is the location for all training & open session days.

We offer unprecedented experience. Our coaches are AMA / Moto America road racers and/or very experienced riders / coaches. Check out our staff page for more details. In short - we have the best of the best.

- LOW student to coach ratio for the entire day. Small venue. No need to feel intimidated or worry about other riders. These days will have very few participants and we remove the challenges associated with riding in large groups.

Reduced learning curve means more cash in your pocket long term.

- Less $ spent trying to figure things out on your own.
- Less wear and tear on your equipment = less maintenance expenses / repairs.

Chassis / Suspension set up ahead of time to ensure your equipment is track ready and one less obstacle for us to focus on during the training. 

You pick the curriculum! We will ask you to pick 1-3 skills you really want to work on and this will be a primary focus for the day. Our coaches will also work with you as a rider to identify areas of opportunity you may not be aware of.

There are an infinite amount of categories to use when talking about the track.

With our curriculum, we focus on;

  • Vision - The ability to effectively look through a corner and plan ahead. Learn what to focus on as you approach, settle into and exit corners. 
  • Stamina / Fatigue - Reduce fatigue and finish stronger by minimizing / maximizing movement on the motorcycle. Less movement also helps keep the motorcycle stable. The goal is with less effort, ride faster.
  • Starts / Launching - Often races are won and lost in turn one. Learning how to launch the motorcycle is key to winning races. 
  • Corner Exit - By effectively establishing brake and acceleration markers, the ability to exit a corner smoother, gradual, harder with faster. Riding smaller displacement motorcycles vs larger displacement is very different. Learn to master corner exits.
  • Braking - The ability to brake smooth and hard is important. As important is to understand how your tires work on the brakes. Trail braking is a skill that must be mastered at the racetrack.
  • Reference Points (Brake and acceleration markers) - Knowing exactly when to apply the brakes and get back on the gas by using reference points helps ensure consistency. 
  • Line Identification - The ability to take multiple lines into a corner and translating that to either faster lap times, protected race lines or the ability to make a clean pass all starts by picking the right line. Knowing how to maximize multiple lines in a same corner ads additional options to the rider.

 

 

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