BikeArt has once again been entrusted by the Sepang International Ciruit to train and promote motorbike racing in Malaysia and across the Asian region. Bikeart has dominated the podium in the Malaysian Super Series since 2011. Steven Ong, the CEO of BikeArt Training Academy has says that “the vision of Bikeart is to dominate the 600 cc and 1000 cc superbikes categories in events across Asia.”
The key to maintaining this dominance is the embodied in BikeArt’s philosophy:
1. To advance motorcycle racing by competing against the highly skilled regional riders and by building a sustainable relationship with Kawasaki Japan to advance their technology
2. To develop and train local riders by providinf training in advanced riding skills and technique thereby builiding a cadre of riding talents to drive Malaysia’s competitiveness in motor racing.
3. To hire and develop the best talents in both the riders and the technical team with good support from Kawasaki.
To achieve this aim, BikeArt has developed a wholistic approach to training. The results so far has been exceedingly satisfactory with potential riders being upgraded from last years SIC Ninja 250R Cup.
This video gives a glimpse and snapshot as to how this group of 20 rookie riders in the SIC Ninja 250R Cup for 2013 are being trained and put into the pace by BikeArt. Besides technical and rider skils, the Academy places equal importance to physicial fitness and proper nutrition. In this video, Ms Indra Balaratnam, a consultant dietitian talks about the importance of proper nutrition to enable the riders to perform at their optimal potential.
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