High-tech motorcycle training system puts learner skills under the microscope. Rob Smith used to teach at HART I'm pretty sure. Now he's come up with a device to accurately measure and model the performance of riders as they go through exercises like cornering, braking, swerving etc. This will mean that you can go into an advanced course, take a baseline reading at the start of the day, and another at the end to show you're 33% better at emergency braking, getting 12% more lean in your left-handers, etc etc. It will also mean the learner and license tests can become far more objective - if your emergency braking reaction time or deceleration aren't good enough, or if you didn't reach the required 25kph before you did the run, there's a much more objective system to grade you or fail you by. And like I wrote in the article, I bet the trainers themselves will have a ball with it - Hopper's getting 52 degrees out of the Suzuki MotoGP bike... What sort of lean angles can those buys pull on a CB250?