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Learn the Flat Track Slide with Royal Enfield and Moto Anatomy

Have you ever wanted to learn how to slide your motorcycle on a flat track but don’t know where to begin? Legendary bike manufacturer Royal Enfield has partnered with Moto Anatomy to bring you Slide School, a 3.5-hour “ultimate intro to flat track experience” where you’ll have the opportunity to learn that coveted slide.

Flat track racing is one of the fastest emerging motorsports in the world and for good reason: it’s fun and accessible. Moto Anatomy, formerly 10 Training, is a Florida-based motorcycle skills school teaching all riders, from beginner to advanced, how to master all things moto with their unique holistic approach to teaching.

At the Royal Enfield Slide School, riders can expect to learn the fundamentals of the flat track slide on Royal Enfield Himalayan FT411 bikes. “The slide is an art and once experienced, it’s hard to get away from the feeling,” says Moto Anatomy. Slide School will be offered in both morning and afternoon sessions with no more than four riders at a time on a 1/5-mile-long clay track.

The first session of Slide School will be held on July 19 at the Moto Anatomy facility in Center Hill, Florida, and there will be four additional sessions held from August through October at various other locations (visit the sign-up page for more details).


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Matthew Swartz is originally from Connecticut and currently lives in Denver, Colorado where he passionately pursues rock climbing, trail running, and skiing. Matt’s love of travel has inspired him to through-hike the JMT and part of the PCT, bike across the United States, and explore the West coast of South America from Ecuador to Patagonia. Matt and his partner Amanda have also travelled across much of the Western US in their 1964 Clark Cortez RV, which they lived in, on the road for the better part of three years. Matt has worked for the USFS as an Interpretive Ranger and Wildland Firefighter and Matt's photography and writing has been published in Rova Magazine, the Leatherman blog, 'Hit The Road' by Gestalten Publishing, and Forbes.