How to become a motorcycle track coach?


My 13 year old is faster than your President
Hello, my name is Regan. I'm almost 32 years old with about 9 years of riding experience. I started on a yamaha r6 and now currently ride a yamaha mt07 and a kawasaki z900.

I was wondering how and if it's too late to become a motorcyle track riding coach and what all is needed to do so? I appreciate any responses to my question, thanks!
Real or not...if you have to ask, you're probably not qualified.

That in itself says you lack qualified experience.


Control Rider
Anyone can become a coach, I would recommend the following:
  • At least mid-pack A pace or top 10 expert racer
  • A good understanding of how riding a bike fast happens, vision, lines, trail braking, direction....
  • Ability to communicate the ideas above to a new rider
  • Positive attitude and willing to help
  • It's working for free, ride rain, shine, cold, heat, snow. No excuses.
  • Getting to know the other coaches and directors before hand so we can look at you
  • Prior experience coaching or teaching is helpful
  • Be coachable yourself and open to other opinions
That's the best I can do in a few minutes. But hopefully it helps.