MY List Of Favourite Cars & Bikes Riding Tips

Here, I am mentioning the list of my favourite tips that you need to follow/adopt to perform better while keeping yourself safe and secure in your car or bike.

But remember, Practice is the main thing which you can’t ignore anytime if you want to be good.

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Motocross riding tips for forearm pump

Forearm pump is probably one of the main complaints I hear from riders. Forearm pump is caused by strenuous use of the muscles in your forearms, the muscles become engorged with blood and as they expand the blood can’t flow effectively.

This causes a loss of sensation and loss of strength (hanging onto the handlebars by your fingertips sound familiar?).

Another factor is a build up of lactic acid in the muscles during and after they’re exercised, which causes muscles to ache and become sore.

There’s enough involved in overcoming forearm pump that it probably needs its own page.

A firm front brake (whole disk brakes in a car)

The night before your race meeting get a zip tie or something similar and tie your front brake lever on.

The pressure from the brake being applied over a number of hours will force any air out of the fluid and will give you a firm feeling front brake instead of a spongy one.

racing tips for cars and bikes with proper safety and security

Just don’t forget in the morning when it’s dark and you can’t figure out why the bike is so hard to push!

Pre-braking your car or bike

This is one of my favourite motocross riding tips because it can make slower riders like me look faster!

When racing on sandy and soft tracks the braking area into corners will get really rough and whooped out. Instead of trying to brake in the rough area, brake before the bumps and then accelerate over them into the corner.

You can brake more effectively in the smooth part of the entry into the corner and then when other riders are braking in the rough area you can make ground on them by accelerating over the braking bumps. Accelerating also unweights the front wheel making the bumps feel smoother.

Note Down you Mistakes using Bike & Car Surveillance cameras

Everyone makes mistake. Some make more while other make less but everyone does.

It is a very good idea to have a car security camera installed in your car or a bike tracking camera in order to record your trips or practicing rides.

find racing mistakes using a car security camera

While there are other huge benefits of such car cameras and bike cameras, at the same time these cameras will also help you to correct your mistakes when you will watch your travelling or practicing footage.

Using a car security camera or a bike travelling camera is one of my best recommendation for you guys to take with you and make use of it the most.

But also, it is also very important to select a good camera for your car surveillance as there are many brands and types available to buy. You can consider the Dk security in order to make a good choice for yours.

Over-rev out of the gate

Don’t over-rev your bike off the start. I had a friend, who is quite a fast rider, point it out to me that I was over revving in each gear after my starts.

I was riding a 250 2 stroke at the time and it made a huge difference when I started changing up a gear earlier than I had been doing and keeping the bike in the broader part of the powerband.

Be aware of changing track conditions

A track can change so much from race to race. I was racing at my home track when it rained halfway through the meeting.

track cheanging bike racing tips with safety

I had gone out to have a look at the track after my race when a corner marshall pointed out to me that nearly every rider was following one slippery line into a berm.

I went out for my next race and took a higher line into the corner that had a lot more traction and made up ground on the riders in front of me every lap by being able to brake later and having a better entry line into the corner.

You may not always be able to get right up to the track between races but it pays big dividends to be aware of how the track changes through the day.

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