Two lady bikers joined 15 bikers at Sepang International Go-Kart Circuit for the 21st Edition of i-Moto i-RideClinic. Ms Hebe from China and Ms Masako from Japan gained essential riding skill from the one day riding course conducted by i-Moto. A Singaporean rider, Archie rode up all the way from Singapore at wee dawn to join the monthly riding clinic. Archie rides a Ducati Panigale 1199. Polish expat Lukase Soluch gained much skills too along with other bikers. Martin Crookes riding a KTM RC390, his second time joining the i-RideClinic had a lowside at turn 7 and broke the rear brakes lever peg, still continued to ride in the track as in the track environment is the best way to gain experience and acquire essential riding skill. Martin said with the rear brakes made him use the brakes less and also improved his front brakes tapping skills.
Jen Shen a first timer at i-Ride got his kneedown on the very first session riding a GSX750. Skills gained in i-RideClinic will instill participant with better riding skills to ride in the open roads and build a basic skills needed for any trackday especially at the Sepang International Circuit focusing on body position, throttle control, lining, braking point and more importantly build confidence on your own machine.
Sudeven who rides a Triumph Street Triple and Siva riding a ZX10R gained corner speed entry and took their riding skill up another level. Raja, one of their friend who also joined, riding a Ninja 1000SX.
The weather was great till the very end of the clinic 5pm ensuring the participant had a full fun day of riding in the go-kart circuit while gaining essential riding skills and gaining confidence. We thank all the participants for your support.