Given the arrival of Jr in August my track time was rather limited this year but I still managed to do another level of CSS and a couple of lovely sunny days at Snetterton; one of my new favourite tracks. The year started with CSS level 3 in the snow at Silverstone. God it was
2012 was a pretty busy year for me! Started off with CSS Level 1 in March: Then the forum trackday at Cadwell on a chilly April day: Back to Silverstone for a damp CSS Level 2 in May (still waiting for the weather to warm up): Then Brands GP with TripleJimmy: Unfortunately this also involved
This weekend is the Le Mans 24 Heures Moto. I went last year and it was an incredible experience. I really want to go again but I’m not sure I’m ready for that campsite again just yet. I have heard there are slightly less mental campsites than where we were but being Le Mans everything’s
Both MotoGP and British Superbikes kick off this weekend. So in celebration, here are a few wallpapers from pictures I took last year.
Originally posted here. So I did Level 1 yesterday. It was on the Silverstone International Circuit which is the same southern loop that the Ron Haslam School uses; a really enjoyable circuit. It was a long hard day but I had a great time! After scraping the frost off my bike seat outside the Premier
I found an interesting forum post by Keith Code from the California Superbike School about how we’ve gone from knuckle dragging to knee dragging. In it he describes an evolution of how racers make bikes go round corners. It’s very interesting but in it he gives examples of riders that typify the five phases of
Originally published here. I went to Le Mans on the weekend. It was a bloody incredible experience. After meeting up with a couple of BMW GS’s, a Suzuki Bandit and a Harley(!) at 4am on Friday morning we got the 6am ferry from Dover to Calais and then took some nice roads south to Le