Bret has traveled extensively, offering his motorcycle expertise at speaking events all around the world. A skilled orator, Bret is able to bring to life the mental aspect of riding, competently discussing cognitive bias and mental strategies to overcome the most difficult part of motorcycling: the brain.
Bret’s talks focus on reducing motorcycle accidents and fatalities, techniques for street or track riding, or adventure riding. He is an extremely compelling speaker and has the ability to draw in crowds wherever he goes. His dry sense of humor, research-driven advice, and ability to answer all levels of questions will bring credit to your organization and most importantly, assist in achieving the goal of less accidents.
Returning for a second year, the International Motorcycle Show (IMS) has invited Bret to speak at the Adventure Out! space.
Learn the secrets that will reduce your chances of dying in a motorcycle crash by 92%. Bret Tkacs will speak about the secrets of the most successful motorcycle training program in the history of the United States Army Special Forces Command. These processes and concepts are now being taught to police and to new as well as experienced riders in the Learn To Ride and Street Skills curriculum available in the USA.
Bret will be on-site at Carlisle Fairgrounds in Pennsylvania, at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon, Tennessee, and at the Sun ‘N Fun Campus in Lakeland, Florida. The schedule is posted here.
Returning for a second year, Bike Fest New Zealand invited Bret to speak remotely at several shows about reducing your chances of dying in a motorcycle crash by 92%.
Hosted by Care My Tours, this webinar discussed advanced riding topics submitted by riders through a survey. The webinar closed with a Q&A where no topic was off limits.
The Piston Society hosted this REV’IT! mixer in an interview style format to address questions from ADV riders. Attendees were able to write their questions in the chat screen for discussion.
Riders often search for knowledge and skills they can practice during the COVID-19 lockdown. Hosted by Tuli Motorcycle Adventures, discussion involved how to keep skills sharp without being on the bike.
In this series of evening talks in New Zealand, Bret spoke in-depth about myths that result in preventable motorcycle accidents and cognitive biases that affect motorcycle riding ability despite training.
An annual event in New Zealand, Bret spoke to Bike Fest attendees about curves and braking, which constitute the greatest number of motorcycle accidents and fatalities.
A special class sponsored by Suzuki Motor de Colombia. This free all-day riding clinic starts at the Suzuki dealership for riding theory; lessons continue with a group ride into the mountains. A true “don’t miss” event with 125+ attendees.
An annual series of motorcycle expositions across the country. AdventureOut! hired Bret to give multiple talks on packing and top tips for international motorcycle travel.
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