The only way to learn how to ride is to ride. That’s why, we got four of MotoGP’s most influential figures to share their secrets, so you can ride like a legend.
The “Tall Texan” had such an impact on MotoGP that when he retired in 1995, his lucky #34 was retired from the sport entirely. His style turned heads, won races and led him to become the 1993 MotoGP World Champion and, since then, Schwantz’s riding school helps enthusiasts brush up on their skills and ride safer.
Out of Vermeulen’s seven podium finishes, four were in the wet. As the wet weather specialist for Suzuki, he made a name for himself as one of the most widely-regarded conditions experts and one of the best in the game on wet tyres.
Machines prepared by Burgess have been raced by three World Champions and won over 280 podium finishes. Working as Chief Mechanic for riders like Wayne Gardner, Mick Doohan and Valentino Rossi, Burgess knows how to ensure a great ride – before you even hit the saddle.
As one of the only riders to win four different types of races, including a World Endurance title, Magee is a household name in MotoGP. Now making a name for himself as a commentator for FoxSports, Magee knows how to make sure your ride is the best it can be – no matter what surface you’re on.