“Control Begets Confidence”
Founded in 2012, LeanIn Cornering© Concepts training goals are simple;
to make cycling more enjoyable, efficient and safer for those riding on two wheels.
Our 1-1/1-2 rider training includes utilizing basic bike cornering drills, the discussion of visual perception, situational awareness, the fundamentals of cornering and the practical application of learned skills.
LeanIn Cornering© instructor George James’s affinity and experience on two wheels
spans two decades now, from motorbikes to mountain bikes to road bikes.
25 years of two-wheeled experience has yielded successful results riding
and racing both motorbikes and pushbikes.
Daytona International Speedway 1993 – FZR 400 Supersport
Summit Point Raceway 2001 – GSXR 600 Supersport
At age 25, a foray into motorcycle roadracing spanning from 1991 to 2003
produced 1-win, 8-podiums and 25 top-ten finishes in competition.
With a 5th overall competing in the 1994 WERA Pro 125cc Grand Prix Series.
Summit Point Raceway 2003 – Honda RS125 Grand Prix
Then in 2004, cycling became the focus. Participating in mountain biking, cyclocross, criteriums, road races, time trials & club rides. Garnering one podium, two top-ten finishes and over 100 cornering/descending KOM’s along the way.
The formula for coaching riders is a mix of patience, explaining handling fundamentals, and situational awareness. We are committed to spending the necessary time with every cyclist seeking to improve their bike riding skills.
- ‘Classroom’ instruction/time
- Observing the aspects of a student’s particular riding
- Following an experienced instructor
- Taking part in handling-cornering drills
- Providing immediate feedback to the student