Welcome to Track Craft

Track Craft
Motorcycle Track Riding Methodology
(TRM) Explained

Track Day Riders and New Racers: Identify and Create a New Ability.

Professional Motorcycle Racers: Identify your ability, so that you can take stock of it, and implement new Methods of Technique to improve upon.

Once we have something to practice, we will inevitably improve.‘ 

Track Craft Racing

2021 

James East will compete within the 2021 British Superbike Championships aboard the Track Craft Racing Aprilia RSV4 RF within the National 1000 Superstock Championship.

‘After 4 years away from the sport, and a study of Track Riding Methodology in that time period that has created the Track Craft Program, it’s time to put it in to practice.
Racing will front our on track coaching and provide insight in to developing the program.’

‘The championship is more expensive than it has ever been, with a necessary budget of over £38,000.00 to compete in the 11 round championship, so with welcome thanks to our newly acquired team sponsors, we are now actively searching for, and inviting any new partners to join our effort in working towards the goal of winning the National 1000 Superstock Championship.’

‘Any individuals or business representatives interested in becoming a sponsoring partner of TCR can get in touch by email, at james@racetrain.co.uk’

About James East

James East is a Professional Motorcycle Racer, Rider Coach, and Founder of Race Train Limited, of which is an Expert Coaching Company for Motorcycle Sport.

Born: 1989
Experience: 13 Years, Short Circuit Road Racing
Championships: British Superbike Championships. 2007 > 2016
Categories: British 125GP, Superstock 600, British Supersport, Superstock 1000
Favourite Races: Superstock 1000 2015, Receiving Podiums at 2 rounds and several top 6’s.

James has also ridden in one off Races on Superbikes, in the UK and Europe, such as the CIV Italian Superbike Championship.

James East – ‘In recent years, my passion for the sport has become a study. Accompanied to this through my own experience, I’ve been lucky enough to have been taught many valuable lessons from very successful World Champion Riders and Multiple Championship Winning Team Managers.
My mission with Race Train is to relate the techniques, approach, and rider development I’ve experienced to willing students wishing to improve their track riding and racing, with a goal of having Race Train students leave our events feeling more aware and in control of their riding, with a base to give them confidence to improve upon.
I believe in my Coaching technique, and Race Train will exert these exclusive track training ethics to create a new professional track day and race training experience for individuals who are turning their first revolutions on track, to  professional racers of whom can refine their talent in to a reconciled ability.’