Sport Rider's annual Riding Tips magazine hit newsstands early this month. Inside the magazine you'll find 23 separate articles aimed at helping you improve as a rider.
The 2012 version of Sport Rider's annual Riding Tips magazine hit newsstands early this September and features 23 riding skills in total. Everything from trail braking to long distance riding is covered, so rest assured there's plenty enough topics to keep you entertained on a lonely weekday's night.
What's more, many of the topics are now backed by data that’s been recorded with our Racepak G2X data acquisition system and analyzed by our resident geek, Mr.Trevitt himself. While the charts and numbers have been minimized to fit in the allotted pages, each offers a fact-based look at how inputs to the motorcycle can make you a quicker rider at the track and safer rider on the street. We've also switched things up this year by adding an SR Riding Tip bubble to each story. Inside said bubble you'll find quick synopses of the riding tip; they’re short enough that the tip will (hopefully) stick in your head the next time you’re out running laps around the track but detailed enough to help you understand the benefits. In the end, we're really happy with the new layout for our Riding Tips, and hopeful that you'll be equally as pleased.
If you haven't picked up the Riding Tips magazine, but are interested in honing your skills as a rider, be sure to check out your local magazine retailer and pick up a copy -- we've seen them on the shelves at everything from an Albertsons to a Rite Aid. And as always, be sure to catch our Riding Skills Series in each issue of the magazine!