SRO SPORTS announces the DVD release of “MotoGP Riding Secrets”, a material that is suppose to familiarize amateur riders with the techniques of the best motorcycle pilots in the present. With 121 minutes of running time and a price of $24,99, the viewing of this new DVD will have impressive consequences on your lap times.

Press release after the jump

Press release

West Long Branch, NJ (November 10, 2008) On December 16th SRO Sports will release the new DVD, MotoGP Riding Secrets, that answers the most frequently asked questions about MotoGP racing. What is the essence of riding? How does it feel onboard a MotoGP bike, pitting your skills against the best riders and tracks in the world, at an average speed of 215mph? How do you do it? How do you go from vertical to 65 degrees of lean angle in half a second, at 120mph when it shouldn’t be possible? When fractions of a second are the difference between winning and losing, how do you do it better than the others? How do you win? These are the questions put to the best riders on the planet, those competing in the 2008 MotoGP World Championship. Starting, stopping, cornering, sliding, crashing, overtaking, training, believing and winning. It’s all in here in the MotoGP Riding Secrets DVD.

MotoGP Riding Secrets reveals the secrets directly from the stars of MotoGP, including Jorge Lorenzo, Chris Vermeulen, Casey Stoner, Valentino Rossi, Colin Edwards, Nicky Hayden, Loris Capirossi. As a bonus, this DVD features Casey Stoner’s Ducati broken down by the important components of the current motorcycles used on the MotoGP circuits.

MotoGP Riding Secrets has a running time of 121 minutes and a catalog number of D4431. Information on other SRO Sports releases can be found at

Coming soon the Official 2008 MotoGP Review

MotoGP Riding Secrets DVD
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2008 MotoGP Review

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Rod  (825) posted on 11.12.2008

I’m buying this Dvd smileyto get some tips from the best MotoGP riders it would help me out to improve my laps times and my riding skills at the race track.
2008 MotoGP review dvd I always buy it I’m a big fan of MotoGP.smiley

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