Whether it’s on the road or track, th­ese will help you ride as smooth and as swift as the Rocket

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“The quick­est way to turn a bike is on a closed throt­tle, so shut the gas, turn, use the mo­men­tum to get you to the mid­dle of a cor­ner, then smoothly pick up the throt­tle. That way you won’t run wide on the exit,” Ron says.

“Get your cor­ner exit sorted first – look at where you want to be leav­ing the cor­ner as you’re go­ing into it – this will help you see where you should turn and also your line through a bend.”

Now learn from Ron him­self… ● On Track cour­ses (CBR125S/300S for riders aged 12-14), or CBR500S for older riders. Guided track ses­sion and ded­i­cated ma­chine con­trol ex­er­cises in the pad­dock. £199 ● Premier course uses Honda’s CBR600RR with ABS and is the per­fect in­tro­duc­tion to track rid­ing, de­tail­ing body po­si­tion, brak­ing, turn­ing and line se­lec­tion. £259 ● Elite course of­fers half-a-day of one-on-one tu­ition us­ing the school’s fleet of ABS equipped Fire­blades. The Elite course uses dat­a­log­ging to help more track­fo­cused riders shave sec­onds off their lap time. £299

All bike hire, full kit if re­quired, cer­tifi­cate, goody bag and the op­por­tu­nity to get a pil­lion ride with Ron are in­cluded in the price.

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