ED BARGY RACING LLC   

 The Real Racing School  

 

 

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ABOUT ED BARGY

EMAIL  US or call 404 683 6071

 

The Ed Bargy School is not just a racing school, it is primarialy

  • a high performance riding technique school.  

    It is the most experienced and comprehensive advanced riding technique school on the market.  

    The only truly comprehensive motorcycle racing school in the Southeast  

     

    & it's affordable at 1/4 the cost of the big name schools.

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    To register for an Ed Bargy School 

    Call 404 683 6071 or on-line go to calendar page

     

     

    To register for an Amish Racing weekend trackday(s) go to

    TRACKAPALOOZA  on Facebook

     

    To register for a Podium Motorsports trackday(s)

    at Roebling Road, Savannah GA contact,

     James Bock on Facebook or at 912-655-1433

     

    Motorcycle  books

    by Ed Bargy

     

     

    "Introduction to  Motorcycle Roadracing"

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    The Real “How to" Book 

     

    This book was compiled and written by Ed Bargy over five decades of involvement with motorcycle roadracing. The book contains concise, detailed and easy to understand information

    It is written in plain English with no hype or Jargon. The art of motorcycle roadracing is broken down into simple easy to understand techniques that work.

     

    Click here to order on-line

     

     

    The Complete Anthology of Motorcycle Road Racing Lines"

     

    Written by Ed Bargy and is the first of its kind.  It was written by a motorcyclist for motorcyclists.  With today's large influx of motorcycle track days around the country, there was a need for good information about motorcycle racing and or track day lines. 

    Click here to order on-line

     

     

     

    "NEW"  

    "BreakingThe Myths"

    is a debunking of the most common myths and misunderstandings about motorcycle operation. Some of the myths covered are the function of body position/posture, gyroscopic forces, footpeg weighting just to name a few.  
    Motorcycles must always obey the known laws of physics no matter how logical an incorrect theory sounds. There is an ample use of diagrams to easily visualize the dynamics being discussed.  

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