A day with us is nothing like a public track day. Low stress, 2-on-1 rider to coach ratio, and lots of individual attention.
On average, our days offer 3 full hours of track time and 20-30 minutes of instructor attention each session.
We love hearing: “I learned more in one day with you than all my other track days combined!”
Ben is presently a CMRA Expert racer and formally a Texas state MSF instructor. Ben has a specialty in lightweight riders and racers on Ninja 300, R3 and similar machines but coaches all skill levels on all bikes.
Jim started SportRiderCoaching after several years of coaching public track days. He maintains a CMRA expert race license. Jim works with riders new to the SportRiderCoaching program and coaches the CMRA race license program along with Ben.
Jim is a United States Motorcycle Coaching Association certified coach, and holds American Red Cross Adult First Aid/CPR/AED certification and Sport Safety International Concussion, Heat and Cardiac protocols certification.
Jorge coaches new riders and racers. When you are ready to step beyond riding as a sport and into riding for competition, Jorge is your guy.
Chris is an expert licensed racer with the CMRA. He races in both endurance and sprint classes. Chris specializes in introduction to racecraft and track riding.
Rab joins SportRiderCoaching after riding for the SportRiderCoaching lightweight endurance team. He's crazy fast on a lightweight or a motard, and coaches riders on all sportbikes and skill levels. Rab maintains a CMRA Expert license.
Dewayne has been so fast for so long, most of us didn't even know racing existed when he was setting track records. Dewayne shares his racecraft and expert skills with riders just learning and in competition. Dewayne has multiple CMRA endurance and individual championships to his name.
Shaun is well known in the community for his coaching craft. New and experienced riders alike respond to his steady approach and thoughtful explanations. Shaun often works with new track riders.