Lou started riding on the track in 2007 with Tony’s Track Days on a 1999 Honda CBR F4 after riding on the street for two years.
In 2011, after a few track days, Lou traded in his Honda for a crashed 2006 Suzuki SV650 that he turned into a dedicated track bike. After nearly a dozen track days with the Suzuki, he decided to give racing a shot, entering the Loudon Road Race series in 2012. Lou racked up six podiums in as many races during his Novice stint, and was bumped from Novice to Amateur in two rounds.Three rounds and several podiums later, he was bumped to Expert.
Peck is a mechanical engineer and analyzes motorcycle collisions as part of his “day job.” As a result, he has an in-depth understanding of motorcycle dynamics and safety. He has published multiple technical papers on motorcycle safety and rider behavior, and has presented at professional conferences around the country on the subject.
Lou also owns Mad Monkey Motorsports, a small company dedicated to lap analysis. Working with riders and their data provides Louis with a unique insight into what it takes to improve lap times and ride more effectively.