If you have ever wondered what goes in to making a sportbike, bought off the showroom floor, into a front-running, AMA-caliber racebike, you need to tune in to YouTube right now.

The Riders Discount AMA team are showing you exactly how its done. Live on YouTube, the team is broadcasting the complete teardown and rebuild of what will eventually be Danny Eslick’s number 69 Triumph Daytona 675R Daytona Sportbike competitor. It’s a fascinating look into the Riders Discount shop, and what separates the amateurs from the pros. Better still, in the live comments section to the right of the video, a Riders Discount representative will be on hand to answer questions as the build progresses.

You can view the live build video below, but you’ll have to visit the YouTube page directly for commenting.