If you want to improve your bike, you have not thought about doing a track day on your pride and joy, or you can even find intimidating. There are many reasons not the thought of abandoning the child, the other drivers can be much better, and the thought of being on a track can be intimidating. However, if you want to become a better driver, learn to know more about your bike, and experience the joy of your bike in a controlled, secure environment, then a track day is for you.
- Provide controls for the day to ensure that all the bikes meet a minimum standard, there is no leakage, no shares will fall on the right track.
- Ask groups of classification. Novices or people who have not done a day before the track, intermediate and advanced.
- Provide medical support and motion recovery if you happen to come loose.
- Provide advice on tires, tire pressure and suspension. For example, if the glass should be recorded, removed mirrors etc.
- To provide lessons
Once you have chosen a supplier, it’s just a matter of preparing your bike. I suggest you install the key lock if you have not already. I want to make sure the chain is clean and well lubricated, there is no leakage anywhere on the bike and everything works fine. Once you get to the track you may need to remove mirrors or other components to comply with the rules of the supplier.
Now that you’re on the track, you must attend the drivers briefing, explaining the rules, flags, and provide information on how to carry the day. Then, you ride a bike, when it’s your turn groups on track.
You will probably find very addictive track days, and you find that your driving skills and confidence improve the experience. As is better, probably talking about tires, suspension and driving skills.