Sakuta style Riding techniques and lessons

I am already 55 years old. For a long time I’ve been doing what I do best, riding motorcycles.
Either be it running around on moto-gymkhana, the circuit, road touring and twisty mountain passes.
I think that I have cultivated what I call my own riding skill. The Sakuta style riding technique.

Is it good? Is it bad? I do not know, but there is no doubt that I can handle any machine that’s out there on the market or course.
I think that I have been able to put this to the test and proved it with my Gymkhana results.

It is not such a big technology, but would anybody be interested in learning it?
Thinking of passing this knowledge down to the younger generation.

If I was to open a school the future, how many people would be interested in taking up a lesson?

Would you be interested?


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