Hi, my name is Daniel Sedlak I’m 25 years old and I’m originally from Germany. I ride and race bikes for 19 years now
and I am a professional racer and trainer for the last seven. As a professional racer I’ve traveled all around the world
competing in different events in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbeans and Northern America.
Shortly after starting my professional racing career I got into training fellow riders, helping them to be better, safer,
faster riders. At first I didn’t really think much of it. Training others was a way for me to make a little bit of money
while I was living in Dubai, Canada or Europe. I was 18 years old and the only thing I thought about was racing.
After doing it for a couple of years I got more and more requests and a lot of returning riders that enjoyed riding
and training with me and I realized how much fun it was to see everyone improve and having a better time
riding their bikes. At that point I decided to take my career as a trainer more serious. I attended courses and became a
accredited motorcycle trainer in Australia and Europe. I’ve took my training classes world wide training young riders
in Africa, helping racers prepare for one of the most prestigious Offroad races in the world the Dakar Rallye in the
sand dunes of Dubai and helped racers achieve their goals and get the results that they’ve always wanted.
Riding and racing motorcycles has always been my passion. It is my ticket to travel the world and it has taken me
to some of the most amazing places. I was lucky enough to turn my love for motorcycles into my dream career
and now I’m happy to share what I’ve learned over the years with you. Seeing others achieve their goals of becoming
better riders and having a good time doing it is one of the best parts of what I do. It helps me fuel my passion for riding
and reminds me why I started riding bikes at the age of six and why I never stopped doing it. Today it’s my job to ride
and race a motorcycle around the world but the reason why I do it is still the same 19 years later.
I ride because I LOVE it.
So here is to the next 19 years on two wheels having a good old time.
I’m looking forward to riding and training with you at one of the AdMo Tours training days in California soon.