August 4th, 2020 | 1 hr 39 mins
action fund, chip spalding, chris geiss, education, endurance racing, enjoy, enjoyment, fear, learn, motoamerica, motorcycle, motorcycle racing, motorcycle riding, motorcycling, n2, n2 racing, n2 track days, nesba, new racer, new rider, old man slacker, overcome, overcome fear, overcoming, overcoming fear, podcast, ride, riding, road racing world magazine, rob cichielo, safety, track days
In this episode I have a great discussion with Rob Cichielo and Chip Spalding from N2 Track Days. We talk about how and why N2 Track Days and N2 Racing got started, their mission, and their overall program to help expand the sport of motorcycling through rider training, track days, endurance road racing, MotoAmerica racing, rider safety via their extensive support of the Road Racing World Magazine Action Fund to install safety air fence at race tracks across the country, and even more!
December 14th, 2019 | 1 hr 17 mins
100 points of grip, 4 dudes on a twin, arai helmets, california superbike school, ccs, championship cup series, chris geiss, education, endurance racing, enjoy, enjoyment, fear, fowl play racing, heroic racing apparel, keith code, learn, motoamerica, motorcycle, motorcycle riding, motorcycling, n2 track days, nesba, new rider, nick ienatsch, old man slacker, overcome, overcome fear, overcoming, overcoming fear, podcast, rbom racing, ride, riding, robby cichielo jr, robem engineering, safety, steve wilson, suzuki sv650, track days, yamaha champions riding school
This episode is a really cool chat with Robby Cichielo Jr, in which we discuss how he got into motorcycling, why he prefers riding on the track, and the amazing experiences he has had as an endurance racer, as a racer in the MotoAmerica Twins Cup Series, and as an instructor and coach for N2 Track Days. We also talk about how motorcycles are the great equalizer and how motorcycling brings people together from all kinds of backgrounds and all walks of life. The shared love of motorcycles and motorcycling seems to know no boundaries and melts away differences in gender, race, religion, nationality, economics and the other things that sometimes put up barriers between people. In a nutshell, when true motorcyclists put on their gear and throw a leg over their bike, they are all very much of the same heart and spirit, and they all share a very special bond, one with another.