DATA DRIVEN COACHING

Science for maximum performance

FOR RIDERS WANTING TO IMPROVE THEIR TECHNIQUE

How do riders know if they correctly apply their coach’s instructions?

BODY POSITION



The Fundamental Component of Speed

FOR COACHES WANTING TO HELP STUDENTS IMPROVE THEIR RIDING

How do coaches know if students correctly apply their instructions?

DATA In action

EXAMPLE NO. 1

Track: New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Bike: Kawasaki Ninja 400
Results: The data showed that in both turns 3 and 9 this rider had significant pressure on his hands, especially the inside hand…  

EXAMPLE NO. 2

Track: New York Safety Track
Bike: Suzuki SV650
Results: Data indicates that the rider does not apply significant bar pressure at turn-in point. Instead, applies pressure to footpegs in attempt to help motorcycle to turn…

EXAMPLE N0. 3

Track: New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Bike: Suzuki GSXR 600
Results: The data showed consistent application of correct technique in right turns. Maximum pressure on the right foot, and minimum pressure on both hands…
tilted-home-logo-with-background

About Data Driven Coaching

Our goal is to help you find the things in your riding that are keeping you from reaching your full potential.  The DDC system is the next major advancement in rider coaching. Gathering data allows us to remove opinion, and instead dissect your riding technique to find the root cause of what is holding you back.

"The Data Driven system is awesome. The data it collects can give input that an instructor can’t always see. This data showed that I keep too much pressure on my outside foot coming on to the start/finish straight. I was able to correct this and it immediately allowed me to make a tighter exit and get on the power without drifting out wide. I picked up almost a second per lap just by working on that corner afterwards!"
Brandon
NOVICE RACER
"I linked up with Jeff to try the Data Driven Coaching system late last race season. In just a few minutes before a session we got all the sensors hooked up to my hands and feet and I hit the track. I was worried the system would impact my comfort riding, but it simply did not. Reviewing the data with Jeff after the session revealed a few flaws in my riding style. In particular, the data suggested I was using my outside ankle to push my outside knee into the tank. By doing this is was putting weight on the outside peg in a situation where you should not be. The following sessions I made a deliberate effort to relax my ankle once my knee was pushing on the gas tank. I was amazed how much easier the bike turned! Without the data system I would not have realized that by pushing off the footpeg, I was effectively canceling out the force I applied to the tank. The system works so well to show you things you know you should be doing, and even think you are doing, but are not. It clearly highlights exactly where on the track it is happening."
Mike
AMATEUR RACER