Flat-tracking is a form of motorsport that has been recently introduced in India but it has been around for a long time. My first introduction to the art of going ‘slideways’ took place at the Royal Enfield Slide School. We catch up with the chief trainer and Royal Enfield’s official flat-track racer, Johnny Lewis. See what this master of oval tracks has to say about flat-tracking.[Read more…]
Attendance was strong for CSS 2020 and so was the pace. There was also a nice surprise in store for us [Read more…]
‘Women in Front’ is a joint initiative by Maxxis India and Lets Ryde (Delhi-based motorcycle rental and tour-adventure company) to promote women riders in the country. [Read more…]
Atomic Motorsports in association with RedLine Racing Store is going to conduct a riding school at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC). The school will be held over two days; April 27 and 28.
Atomic Motorsports is a Bangalore-based racing team and racing academy. They have had a presence at racing events across the country. With the riding academy at BIC, they aim to impart safe riding practices that will help their students both on the road and on the racetrack. For Rs 34,999 (all taxes included) you will be trained by experienced personnel following a curriculum certified by FMSCI. The trainers are Sreekumar Gopinadhan, Avinash Premnath, Siddhanth Koundinya, and Yashas R L. Although it is best that you ride your own motorcycle, Atomic Motorsports can arrange one for you at an extra cost. However, you have to carry your own riding gear.
For more information, check out their website, here.
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Siddharth Trivellore was trying out to be a CSS coach this year. We managed to get hold of him for a chat to find out about his experience [Read more…]
Good news for aspiring racers comes on International Women’s Day as TVS Racing have announced training and selection dates for the 2018 One-make Race.
TVS Racing have tied up with Rajini Academy of Competitive Racing (RACR) to support women racers. [Read more…]
Delhi-based women were in for a treat as EagleRider India and M3M India made two-wheeler riding a more accessible reality for them. [Read more…]