Motovudu 2 – Book

$21

Following the worldwide success of his original book and DVD ‘Motovudu: Dark Art of Performance’ that contained all of the rules and techniques learnt throughout his career as a professional motorcycle racer, former 500GP winner and world superbike racer Simon Crafar now takes you to the next level.

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Following the worldwide success of his original book and DVD ‘Motovudu: Dark Art of Performance’ that contained all of the rules and techniques learnt throughout his career as a professional motorcycle racer, former 500GP winner and world superbike racer Simon Crafar now takes you to the next level.

Motovudu 2 utilises these same rules but pushes them to the very limits. This book is not about safety as much as riding to the very highest levels, and this is not possible to achieve without calculated risk. Like anything that is pushed to the limit, it is a fine line between pain and glory.

In addition to being a professional motorcycle racer, Crafar also worked with world championship riders as an Ohlins suspension technician and more recently as a coach/mentor for World Championship riders. Motovudu 2 also contains his thoughts on the mental and physical approaches to riding at the highest level.

We hope that Motovudu 2 will help you reach your goal of being the fastest rider on circuit.

 

Mike Webb - MotoGP™ Race Director

I work with the world's fastest riders every day, I have worked in factory Grand Prix teams, and a very long time ago I even raced bikes myself, so I can really appreciate what Simon does. There are world-class fast riders and there are great teachers with a good grasp of everyday reality, but seldom do these skills come together. Simon is that rare individual who can ride at Grand Prix pace, and he can explain precisely how YOU can improve your speed on track, in the safest possible way. And he'll make sure you have fun doing it.

Reviews

Steveo

The best advice and guidance. period. 5 Star Review
Posted by Steveo on 7th Dec 2013

I purchased Motovudu and the DVD shortly after they came out. I then had the awesome experience of a one to one with Simon in Brno. The book, the DVD and the one to one lessons are the best money I ever spent. I swiftly followed up with MV2 as soon as it was published. No hesitation. As with MV1, MV2 explains in very clear language what is going on.. It would be wrong to say its all so simple and obvious, but the way Simon explains things in MV2 (as with MV1 and one to ones) it all makes perfect sense. I had been doing trackdays for over a decade and attended a different school (stages 1 and 2) which completely messed up my head, my thinking and track mindset. The MV approach has put me back on track. And with an overwhelming sense of safety. Believe the hype. The man is a genius to be able to a) distil the essential elements b) articulate those elements and c) weave them seamlessly together. Thank you Simon. Can’t wait to get back out on track. MV2 is an essential purchase.

Andy Goddard

Great for the budding racer and trackday rider 5 Star Review
Posted by Andy Goddard on 8th Dec 2013

A really good book, with some really good hints, tips and technique to shortcut the learning process for riders and racers alike.

Having just met Simon at our recent awards evening, I discussed his new book and his writing with him, and he’s got some great insight into riding and racing which he’s sharing for our benefit. Damn nice bloke too.

Mick Caswell

information overload 5 Star Review
Posted by Mick Caswell on 11th Dec 2013

I purchased motovudu (1) the info it contained was awesome now motovudu (2) has just reinforced and strengthened the info within I’ve tried the methods in the book and dvd and found them superb now looking forward to using (2) to enhance my riding further keep up the good work Simon

Joey Teo

Not an average book 5 Star Review
Posted by Joey Teo #16 on 8th Jan 2014

Being a racer myself, this book is not about “How to go faster” or “riding a bike” but rather a book on setting urself ready to move out of ur comfort zone and getting close to the edge, atleast ur own edge to be that fraction of second closer to the guy faster than you just to pip him off at the finishing line.

A great book to read and review for those who are stagnant on going faster.

Victor Gallego

Awesome 5 Star Review
Posted by Victor Gallego on 26th Mar 2014

The perfect complement of Motovudu 1 , next level, more technical, more difficult but as usual perfectly explained by Simon. Training time now!

Marcus A

Finally 4 Star Review
Posted by Marcus A on 26th Mar 2014

Reading the 1st and now the 2nd book has made me a must better rider. I was never afraid of crashing or keeping it pined no matter where , but after reading the book , I was faster without a sinlge crash in a full year- just to test the difference I did it – my way the last qualifying of 2013 and crashed BADLY ..so this year , I will stick to following the books

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