Begini aturan kompetisi safety riding untuk instruktur yang asli orisinil dari Jepang


Akhirya penulis menemukan informasi tentang aturan kompetisi safety riding yang asli dari Jepang. Sumbernya dijamin asli dari Jepang karena dimuat di websitenya Honda Jepang:
The 17th Safety Japan Instructor Competition Report

Penulis urutkan sesuai waktu tes:

Motorcycle Slalom Course
The main motorcycle event tested overall riding skill, as riders navigated a slalom comprising cones of various sizes, and also the ability to process information quickly, as they had to think ahead to plan their best line. The course was a test of fine handling control – riders easily hit cones if they leaned too much on the turns. And this year, some corners could be taken at relatively high speed, so riders constantly risked leaning over too far to save time and scraping the footrest, losing points. A steady head was essential.
The event revealed considerable differences in ability level among the nationalities taking part, suggesting the need for further training to improve instructor quality.

Dikatakan bahwa di event slalom yang diuji adalah kemampuan umum berkendara karena rider harus melewati cone dengan berbagai ukuran, dan kemampuan bisa berpikir cepat karena rider harus berpikir jalur yang paling baik.

Lintasan menguji pengendalian halus, rider akan mudah menabrak cone bila terlalu miring. Di tahun 2016 beberapa tikungan bisa dilalui dengan kecepatan lumayan tinggi. rider banyak yang mengambil resiko miring terlalu banyak, membuatnya nggoser injakan kaki sehingga kehilangan pon. Pemikiran tenang penting.

Acara tersebut menunjukkan perbedaan signifikan dari tingkat kemampuan dari masing masing negara, yang menunjukkan perlunya pelatihan lebih lanjut untuk meningkatkan kualitas instruktur.

 

Motorcycle Braking
This event was only for Group C, overseas competitors. Competitors had to brake from 60 km/h (50 km/h for GROM) in 4th gear or higher. Points were given for reaching the specified speed, and stopping from the specified spot in the shortest distance while maintaining correct riding posture. Points were deducted for starting slower than the required speed, not beginning to brake at the right place, allowing tires to lock and for poor riding posture such as not gripping tightly enough with the knees. The judges essentially were looking for stable braking skills.
This year’s competition was impressive for the calm and correct braking from all riders, and no one dropped their bike.
Balanced application of front and rear brakes was key to stopping in the shortest distance possible. In some Asian countries where the road network is underdeveloped, it can often be hard to use the front brake properly in regular riding. However, instructors must possess the skill to correctly use both brakes.

Dikatakan bahwa event pengereman hanya untuk peserta dari luar negeri. Peserta harus mengerem dari 60km/jam (125cc pakai 50km/jam) di gigi 4 atau lebih tinggi. Poin akan diberikan ketika mencapai kecepatan yang ditentukan, berhenti pada titik yang diminta secepat mungkin dengan tetap mempertahankan posisi berkendara yang benar.

Poin akan dikurangi bila kecepatan kurang, tidak memulai pengereman dari tempat yang ditentukan, membuat ban ngelock dan posisi berkendara yang jelek seperti misalnya lutut tidak mengapit dengan kuat. Penilai pada dasarnya melihat kemampuan pengereman yang stabil.

Peserta di tahun 2016 luar biasa karena semua bisa kalem dan berhenti dengan benar, dan tidak ada yang terjatuh dari motor.

Keseimbangan pemakaian rem depan dan belakang menjadi kunci untuk bisa berhenti secepat mungkin. Di beberapa negara asia dimana jalan masih nggak layak, sering sulit untuk menggunakan rem depan dengan baik saat berkendara tiap harinya. Namun instruktur wajib menguasai kemampuan untuk menggunakan kedua rem dengan sempurna.

 

Motorcycle Plank Riding
The final event was also one of the most gripping. The key to success here was a fine sense of balance combined with the ability to precisely control a motorcycle at very low speed. Riders had to spend at least 80 seconds riding along a 10 m long plank, just 30 cm wide. Compared to the 10-second minimum required in the test for a large-capacity motorcycle license (for a 15 m plank), this was a very long time indeed. To do well required maintaining perfect riding posture while moving forward at a barely perceptible speed. Points were also deducted for letting engine revs go too high. Even after the rider had crossed the plank and confirmed how many points were deducted, this wasn’t the end. The score still depended on making correct safety checks before driving away and finally parking the bike.
This year there were no major differences between scores, with overseas competitors generally scoring well. Those who made it to the final round by staying on the plank for over 80 seconds were all overseas competitors.

Event plant riding menjadi event paling susah. Kunci nya adalah rasa keseimbangan yang sensitif dan kemampuan untuk bisa mengendalikan motor pada kecepatan teramat rendah. Rider harus bisa berada selama minim 80 detik dalam melewati plank sepanjang 10 m dengan lebar 30 cm.

Dibanding dengan aturan minimal 10 detik untuk uji SIM motor kapasitas besar dengan lintasan 15 meter, waktu ini sangat sangat lama. Untuk bisa melakukan dengan baik perlu mempertahankan posisi badan yang sempurna sambil terus melaju dengan kecepatan yang hampir tidak terasa.

Poin akan dikurangi bila mesin dibleyer terlalu kencang. Walau peserta sudah melewati plank dan sudah dipastikan berapa poin akan dikurangi, uji ini belum berakhir. Nilai masih akan bergantung pada bagai mana peserta melakukan pengecekan keamanan dengan benar sebelum meneruskan jalan dan sampai akhirnya parkir.

Pada tahun 2016 perbedaan nilai tidak banyak. Dengan peserta luar Jepang rata rata mempunyai nilai baik. Yang bisa tetap di ronde terakhir dengan tetap berada di Plank selama lebih dari 80 detik kebanyakan adalah peserta di luar Jepang.

 

Sudah itu saja rasanya poinnya.

Berikut video acara:

 

Info lain Safety Riding Honda Jepang

 

 

 

Yang berikut arsip, karena menarik juga informasinya dan beberapa hari lagi pasti hilang diganti yang baru.

Report

Day 1

Opening Ceremony
This competition, now in its 17th year, is held to cultivate to improve and standardize levels of teaching ability and riding skill for Honda safety instructors worldwide. The 207 people taking part, including 72 competitors from ten nations, supporters and staff, enjoyed excellent weather for the event. Competition Committee Chairperson Yoichi Harada, General Manager of the Honda Driving Safety Promotion Center, began his welcoming address by emphasizing the importance of promoting driving safety in the light of the WHO report that traffic accidents worldwide caused 1.25 million fatalities last year. He told the assembled participants that it was essential for them as members of Team Honda to work together and leverage Honda’s corporate strengths worldwide to do more than bring driving pleasure to our customers, but also to make the roads of each nation as safe as possible. He urged all Honda instructors to never stop improving their abilities.

Orientation
Participants were assigned to teams, each containing a mixture of members representing all the different competition categories, groups, organizations and national backgrounds. Since the teams competed in order, this ensured that every competitor had a chance to observe a far wider variety of skills than they would normally experience.
The orientation was an opportunity for communication between team members and to facilitate this, everyone wore a tag on their identifying bib with their nickname written in Japanese katakana characters for overseas competitors, and in English for Japanese competitors. Isha Tiwari from India, for example, showed great interest in the meanings of the Japanese competitors’ names. Introductions quickly gave way to enthusiastic discussions of the competition and riding skills needed for the events.

Automobile Figure Driving
After a tight slalom, barely wider than their car, competitors had to reverse into a 7 m by 7 m box and stop precisely with both rear wheels in a zone marked by white lines. They then had to repeat the slalom, this time in reverse. To clear the course, drivers had to avoid knocking down any cones and end with their wheels exactly in the marked goal box. Points were deducted not only for hitting cones or crossing white lines, but also for excessive braking or acceleration as measured by a G-meter. Smooth driving was as important as precise handling for this event.
A notable feature here was the wide variation in scores. We saw some competitors so shaken by one error that they never recovered and continued to make mistakes. This event really tested competitors’ nerves and presence of mind under stress.

Motorcycle Slalom Course
The main motorcycle event tested overall riding skill, as riders navigated a slalom comprising cones of various sizes, and also the ability to process information quickly, as they had to think ahead to plan their best line. The course was a test of fine handling control – riders easily hit cones if they leaned too much on the turns. And this year, some corners could be taken at relatively high speed, so riders constantly risked leaning over too far to save time and scraping the footrest, losing points. A steady head was essential.
The event revealed considerable differences in ability level among the nationalities taking part, suggesting the need for further training to improve instructor quality.

Automobile Braking and Evasive Action
This event was only for Group C, overseas competitors. Traveling at a speed of 50 km/h, riders had to watch for a signal light telling them to brake and to steer either right or left to avoid an obstacle. Competitors were judged on the shortness of their braking distance as well as their ability to make correct decisions and execute them swiftly. The level of performance was very high this year, with everyone performing well.

Motorcycle Braking
This event was only for Group C, overseas competitors. Competitors had to brake from 60 km/h (50 km/h for GROM) in 4th gear or higher. Points were given for reaching the specified speed, and stopping from the specified spot in the shortest distance while maintaining correct riding posture. Points were deducted for starting slower than the required speed, not beginning to brake at the right place, allowing tires to lock and for poor riding posture such as not gripping tightly enough with the knees. The judges essentially were looking for stable braking skills.
This year’s competition was impressive for the calm and correct braking from all riders, and no one dropped their bike.
Balanced application of front and rear brakes was key to stopping in the shortest distance possible. In some Asian countries where the road network is underdeveloped, it can often be hard to use the front brake properly in regular riding. However, instructors must possess the skill to correctly use both brakes.

Coaching Method Study Session
Competitors were shown a video containing actual, problematic instruction methods and had to write down and explain all the errors they saw. Then they split up into groups of 4 or 5 to discuss the good and bad points of what they had viewed.
The aim was to encourage them to think about and better understand the many factors that go into making a good instructor. For example, the importance of telling their students in advance of each lesson what the objectives were and how each item taught directly related to safety. They also could clearly see the importance of ensuring they were standing in a safe position while teaching. A final video explained the correct answers, but the most meaningful part of this session was the discussions that took place, especially with instructors from other organizations who related their varied teaching experiences.

Judging Coaching Ability and Skills
This year, competitors had to conduct a beginner class on the subject of how to teach good driving habits to ensure safe driving and riding practices. With judges playing the student role, competitors were evaluated on factors including the correctness of the lecture contents, the ability to be creative and imaginative in engaging students and helping them understand better, a calm and confident speaking manner, an appropriate standing position, and good time management. Many competitors showed great confidence while performing alone in front of the judges.

Written Report
This part of the program was only for overseas competitors in Group C. Competitors had to prepare a written report on the theme of the objectives of vehicle inspection. Afterwards, highly experienced instructors from the Traffic Education Center used role play to demonstrate how to clearly teach students on this topic.
All the competitors, from nine countries, took things very earnestly, expressing high resolve toward daily safety driving and activities. However, there was a great difference in level among the participants and so instruction was repeated as much as time allowed in order to raise the overall level.

Day 2

Automobile Slalom Course
The second day featured the main automobile event. This event called for more than precise speed control and accurate steering. Drivers also needed to understand and compensate for shifting loads and changes in tire grip, all while smoothly navigating a complex slalom course that included S-bends and doglegs. This was both a time trial and a test of overall technique.
At several points, drivers had to maneuver through tightly spaced cones, where the gap was just 30 cm wider than their vehicle. The key here was to find the best line of approach in the open area before the cones. This was a difficult decision, and accounted for the wide variation in times between drivers for a very demanding course. But whatever their final score, all competitors were surely given much food for thought on how to improve their driving skills by this very challenging event.

Motorcycle Plank Riding
The final event was also one of the most gripping. The key to success here was a fine sense of balance combined with the ability to precisely control a motorcycle at very low speed. Riders had to spend at least 80 seconds riding along a 10 m long plank, just 30 cm wide. Compared to the 10-second minimum required in the test for a large-capacity motorcycle license (for a 15 m plank), this was a very long time indeed. To do well required maintaining perfect riding posture while moving forward at a barely perceptible speed. Points were also deducted for letting engine revs go too high. Even after the rider had crossed the plank and confirmed how many points were deducted, this wasn’t the end. The score still depended on making correct safety checks before driving away and finally parking the bike.
This year there were no major differences between scores, with overseas competitors generally scoring well. Those who made it to the final round by staying on the plank for over 80 seconds were all overseas competitors.

Winners in each category

Group A Japan traffic education centers

General (Organizations)
Suzuka Circuit Traffic Education Center
General (Individuals)
Shinsuke Takabayashi (Traffic Education Center Rainbow Hamanako)
Motorcycle
Shogo Yoshida (Traffic Education Center Rainbow Saitama)
Automobile
Hiroki Iijima (Suzuka Circuit Traffic Education Center)
Group BHonda operation sites in Japan

Motorcycle General (Organizations)
Honda Engineering
Motorcycle
Ken Sekine (Honda Saitama Factory)
Motorcycle Instructor Ability (Organizations)
Honda Motorcycle R&D Center
Automobile General (Organizations)
Honda Automobile R&D Center
Automobile
Masaho Nakanishi (Honda Suzuka Factory)
Automobile Instructor Ability (Organizations)
Honda Suzuka Factory
Group CHonda operation sites in other countries

Motorcycle (NC750L)
Chanyanut Bootprawat (A.P. Honda)
Motorcycle (CB400SF)
Nguyen Van Thanh (Honda Vietnam)
Motorcycle (GROM)
Rawat Kaewsaart (A.P. Honda)
Automobile
Hilman Hanif (Singapore Safety Driving Centre)

The Safety Instructors’ Competition is a valuable opportunity for all of us worldwide who share this commitment to promoting driving safety. In addition to improving skills through competition, a major objective of the many exchanges made possible by the two day event and the earlier study sessions was to share instruction methods developed and practiced by different organizations.

5 respons untuk ‘Begini aturan kompetisi safety riding untuk instruktur yang asli orisinil dari Jepang

  1. Kalo skill kurang di narrow plank jangan bawa bawa aturan safety riding indonesia ngga benar,kesannya ente melampiaskan kekecewaan aturan safety riding indonesia,,,

    Lebih baik bikin judul CUMA SKILL YG HEBAT YG BETAH BERLAMA LAMA DI NARROW PLANK,KALO SAYA(yg punya blog) CUMA SEKIAN DETIK WAKTUNYA,,,

    Suka

    • Mau nggak kesal bagaimana. Ada yang ngaku ngaku yang diajarkan di Indonesia mengacu di Jepang, eh ternyata bohong. Yang soal narrow plank sih no problem, nggak merubah efek riding sehari hari. Yang parah itu ngerem. Lha wong jelas jelas di video peserta disana bilang ngerem barengan. Lha kok yang disini keluar pakem dengan mengajar ngerem yang depan dulu.

      Suka

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