MGym® TechTip #5 – Rear Brake

Rear brakes, sadly, are often misused, by NOT being used at all! For any kind of riding, your rear brake should be put into action.  Some forms of riding require more use, whereas others not as much.  But in any aspect of motorcycle riding whether you’re riding dirt (used constantly) or street (where it varies) you really…

MGym® TechTip #4 – Body Position

Gymkhaners, It’s time for another TechTip.  This month we’re going to talk about Body Position.  There are so many different ways to ride and turn a motorcycle, the trick is to find the one that suits the type of riding your doing. For the sport of motogymkhana which is dominated by quick transitions and changes…

MGym® TechTip Wednesday #3 – Avoid Coasting

Gymkhaners, It’s time for the MGym® Tech Tip!! As a gymkhana rider you must do your best to be either on the throttle or on the binders (front/rear), coasting is something that should be avoided as much as possible.  Why? Coasting “unloads” both tires.  What you should strive to achieve when riding gymkhana is consistent…

MGym® TechTip Wednesday! #2 – Target Fixation

Okay Gymkhaners, We’re a little late this month but we appreciate your patience.  It’s already time for the MGym® TectTip!  Last month we talked about not using the clutch as your running a MotoGymkhana Course, this month, we’re going to talk about your eyes. We know that “target fixation” when riding a motorcycle is dangerous, particularly if…