May 27th, 2020 | 1 hr 18 mins
4 dudes on a twin, apex assassins, bartcon racing, california superbike school, chris bays, chris geiss, chris parrish, cooper mcdonald, css, de keyrel racing, education, enjoy, enjoyment, fear, fowl play racing, hayden schultz, jackson blackmon, jason madama, kaleb de keyrel, learn, lwtracer, michael copoulos, motoamerica, motoamerica live+, motorcycle, motorcycle riding, motorcycling, n2 track days, new rider, old man slacker, overcome, overcome fear, overcoming, overcoming fear, podcast, rbom racing, ride, riding, road america, robby cichielo jr., robem engineering, rocco landers, safety, syndicate racing
In this episode MotoAmerica Twins Cup racer Chris Bays joins me on the show and leads a really informative and entertaining discussion with his Twins Cup racing buddies, who of course also happen to be his competitors, Robby Cichielo Jr., Jason Madama, Jackson Blackmon and Cooper McDonald. We talk a little about each rider’s racing resume, the specifications for Twins Cup bikes and the models that are most commonly used, the riders to watch this season, and each racer’s predictions for who is going to be up on the podium this weekend at the season opening round at Road America in Wisconsin. I think this discussion really helps to highlight how the sport of motorcycle racing can simultaneously foster great friendships in the paddock and awesome competition out on the track once the flag drops. It also provides some insights into how a motorcyclist who is interested in becoming a professional motorcycle road racer can get started in the MotoAmerica Twins Cup series.
July 21st, 2019 | 1 hr 25 mins
a twist of the wrist, california superbike school, chris geiss, education, enjoy, enjoyment, fear, keith code, l. ron hubbard, learn, liqui moly junior cup, motoamerica, motorcycle, motorcycle riding, motorcycling, new rider, overcome, overcome fear, overcoming, overcoming fear, podcast, ride, riding, rocco landers, safety, scientology, the student hat course, wayne rainey
This episode features an interview with retired motorcycle racer, author, inventor, entrepreneur and founder of the California Superbike School, Keith Code. Keith and I talk briefly about his early days of motorcycle racing, and then how he came to start training riders in 1976 with his "Keith Code Rider Improvement Program" and how that developed into the California Superbike School, which is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year.