About Mark McVeigh

Former MotoGP Engineer & International Racer Mark McVeigh is the Founder and CEO of motoDNA, improving motorcycle rider's performance and safety around the world.

Passion Pursued


"There is nothing like the feeling of riding on the track." Like many of us, Fiona fell for riding later in life. "My passion for motorbikes started back in 2011. My husband bought a sports tourer for us. My then 24 year old son suggested we get motorcycle licenses together." .....

Passion Pursued2022-09-08T09:17:34+10:00

10 Tips for Riding a Motorcycle on Country Roads


Compared to the city, country roads can be a barrel of fun on a motorcycle. It’s why most of us ride. To be able to have a fang in the hills can be pure magic. Here’ a few tips to get the best from your riding and keep safe on country roads.

10 Tips for Riding a Motorcycle on Country Roads2021-08-22T16:24:56+10:00

motoDNA Partners With Sydney Motorsport Park


motoDNA Motorcycle Training (motoDNA) has partnered with the AUSTRALIAN Racing Drivers’ Club (ARDC), to become Sydney Motorsport Park (SMSP) inaugural Resident Rider Training Provider. After an exhaustive six-month review by the ARDC of bike activity at Sydney Motorsport Park, motoDNA has been awarded a 5-year contract to take charge of .....

motoDNA Partners With Sydney Motorsport Park2023-02-03T14:49:34+10:00

Vision – Improve Your Motorcycle Riding Out Of Sight


Steer the bike with your eyes!    You go where you look! How often have we motorcyclists heard these phrases? Looking where you want to go obviously relates to vision, an important sense for everyday life, however when we introduce motorcycles, the importance of vision increases dramatically, not just as an .....

Vision – Improve Your Motorcycle Riding Out Of Sight2021-08-19T19:40:09+10:00

Hack Your Ride


How To Accelerate Your Motorcycle Skills ... What’s the difference between the average Joe rider and VR46? We all steer, brake, throttle, lean, look …Everyone has arms, legs, brain …So why are some riders better than others? Apart from fitness, riding motorcycles is all in your head and here’s why. .....

Hack Your Ride2023-07-18T14:41:07+10:00

The Coach


Even Legends Need a Coach Motorcycle coach’s jumped into the spotlight recently after Valentino Rossi acknowledged his new coach, former World Champion Luca Cadalora, as a main contributor to his resurgent form in MotoGP. Rossi was a notorious poor qualifier and equally not great off the line, spending much of .....

The Coach2022-09-08T09:08:18+10:00

motoDNA Junior Road Race Networking at Philip Island


motoDNA’s Junior Road Racer Development Program, endorsed for MotoGP by Dorna, returned to the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island with the next generation of Aussie racers networking in the MotoGP paddock. The annual event is supported by Dorna and all the major teams, including Honda Racing Corporation, Yamaha Factory Racing, Ducati .....

motoDNA Junior Road Race Networking at Philip Island2022-01-19T11:09:28+10:00

Front End Feel


How To Develop Front End Feel This article is aimed at advanced motorcycle riding in a controlled environment. “I don’t have a good feeling with the front.“ How often do we hear the MotoGP aliens say this ? But just what do they mean, how do we feel the front? .....

Front End Feel2022-09-08T11:32:24+10:00

How Much Throttle?


10 Tips To Help Your Throttle Control The techniques in this article are used at motoDNA Motorcycle Training closed circuit training days to develop riding skills for the road and track. 1 - Lean Angle The more you lean your bike over in a corner the less grip is available .....

How Much Throttle?2023-02-03T14:49:55+10:00

Mindful Motorcycling


How To Improve Your Riding Out Of Sight Riding a motorcycle well and with longevity requires 3 primary elements. Good skill, road-craft (or race-craft) and the right mental approach. Today we talk about the right mental approach using mindfulness. Mindfulness is the practice of bringing your attention to the internal .....

Mindful Motorcycling2021-08-19T19:42:38+10:00
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