Fun-on-the-curve

The Wonderful Driving Dynamics Training

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Fun at the curve? This is part of motorcycling. Anyone can straight ahead. The curve shows whether the driver and his technique are perfectly adjusted. Balancing poor technology with courage, on the other hand, is not a good idea, because exuberance is rarely good.

If you enjoy the curve and don't want to rely solely on your courage, we cordially invite you to take part in the Wunderlich Driving Dynamics Training "Fun at the Corner!".

Experienced instructors – the brains behind the concept

The professional minds behind the concept of our training are Sebastian Klettke and Frank Palmen. Sebastian is head of the Wunderlich Suspension Center and instructor at Doc Scholl driver training, Frank driving safety trainer with certification according to DVR and ADAC. Both will welcome you as instructors as part of the training.

What distinguishes driving dynamics training from the many other driving safety training courses?

Unlike many driving safety training courses, in addition to driving technique, we focus on the importance of the chassis. We would like to show the possibilities and the limits, while conveying the basics for the individual chassis setting as well as its influence on driving safety in a clear and practical way.

Often underestimated: The chassis

We often find that the chassis is often underestimated in two ways:

  • The potential of the individual setting options is often not exhausted.
  • The condition of the chassis and the driving characteristics change gradually with a lack of maintenance. You should always be aware of this.

We bring light into the darkness ...

Our experienced instructors will sensitize you to the fundamental importance of the chassis. The influence of the condition and the adjustment of the chassis on the driving behavior is obvious to everyone. Spring rate, damping, rebound and compression are the common terms. Their significance, however, remains diffuse for many. We bring light into the darkness for you!

... and analyze your chassis

As part of the training, we will give you helpful advice on how to adjust your chassis components to your individual needs and, if necessary, for maintenance.

Our goal: To become one with your own motorcycle

We will convey the contents to the participants not only theoretically, but in a very practical way in various driving sections on the motorcycles. We would like to encourage you to bring your motorcycle to the training the way you prefer to ride it.

For this purpose, we have limited the number of participants to eight participating motorcycles, but not to eight participants. If you are always traveling as a couple, you also like to come as a couple on a motorcycle, if you are planning long trips and the motorcycle is fully packed, bring your fully packed motorcycle. This allows us to respond to your personal requirements. On the basis of a wide variety of requirements, the possibilities of individual chassis adjustment can be conveyed clearly and comprehensibly for all participants.

Riders of all motorcycle brands are welcome!

If you want to learn more about your chassis and its possibilities in the truest sense of the word, we invite you to register for our driving dynamics training. Wunderlich is known as a manufacturer of high-quality components for BMW motorcycles. Wunderlich Suspension is our division, which is dedicated exclusively to BMW Motorcycle suspensions. As a Wilbers base, the Wunderlich Suspension Center offers cross-brand chassis, so riders of all motorcycle brands are welcome to our training.

New dates 2021:

You can register for the fun-at-the-corner driving dynamics training on the following dates:

  • Friday, 04 June 2021
  • Saturday, 05 June 2021
  • Saturday, August 28, 2021
  • Saturday, September 25, 2021
  • Saturday, 09 October 2021

Registration

Since the participation places are limited, please register now:
Phone: 02641-3082-810
Email: suspension@wunderlich.de 

Wunderlich's fun-at-the-corner driving dynamics training

When:

according to the appointment list
Schedule and training goals see below

Number of participants:

8 motorcycles

Where:

ADAC Fahrsicherheitszentrum Rhein-Erft, Osttangente 1, 53919 Weilerswist, located directly on the A61
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Your instructors:

Frank Palmen, driving safety trainer with certification according to DVR and ADAC and
Sebastian Klettke, Head of the Wunderlich Suspension Center and Instructor at Doc Scholl Driver Training

Other:

Participation with your own motorcycle

Cost:

199,00 € per motorcycle and rider
179,00 € per motorcycle and rider for holders of the WunderlichCard
15,00 € for pillion or pillion

Registration:

Since the participation places are limited, please register now:
Phone: 02641-3082-810
Email: suspension@wunderlich.de 

 

Schedule and training goals

12:45 -13:00

Arrival, Enrolment

13:00 -13:30

Presentation of team, training rules, group division

13:30 -13:55

1st unit training – importance of a well-adjusted chassis
Practice: Load change slalom steering impulse, proper sitting - training on your own motorcycle

14:00 -14:25

2nd unit training (like 1st unit, but with exchanged group)

14:30 -14:55

3. Unit Training – Adjust Chassis - Possibilities and Limits.
Practice: Driving over a rope, swerving in the curve - training on your own motorcycle

15:00 -15:25

4th unit training (like 3rd unit, but with exchanged group)

15:25 -16:00

Shared break with coffee and snack
Demo drive: Evasion with unloaded machine, evasion with loaded machine, each with and without individual chassis adjustment
Demo drive: ABS brake demo

16:05 -17:10

5th unit training all together - curve course line selection, curve styles - training on your own motorcycle

17:15 -17:45

Joint conclusion, exchange of views, opportunity to ask questions, feedback

Training Goals

  • Fundamental gain in knowledge for the importance of the chassis, the individual setting and the care
  • Mediation of the influence of loading on the dynamic processes
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