|Greetings from the Critique Club
The subject seems a bit blurry.
Technical (Comp, lighting, color, focus, Processing):
.The crop on this just doesn’t work all that well, I would of liked the whole bike in the frame and perhaps the tires on either diagonal end of the frame. The power lines also distract.
If this is a setup shot and you could I would suggest using a reflector to get some light back onto the subject. You lose a lot of details in the shadows, reflecting existing light back up at the bike would do wonders for that.
Your focus also seems off, it almost looks like you focused on the cars in the background and that is why the bike just seems blurry. Your camera looks like it handled the 800 iso fairly well so I think your setting were fine, I just think (if you used auto focus) that the camera focused on the background.
Your processing was fine but in the end if you start with a blurry subject you will end up with a blurry subject.
This meets the challenge and you got the camera down nice and low for this.
A neat idea in a cool setting that fell short from the focus. As you continue to learn you will start noticing objects in the background that you want out of the shot and you will get better at focusing, high speed shots can be tricky to stop in the sweet spot. In the end this finished about where I would expect. Neat idea and a nice perspective but it just fell short on the technical side. Keep at it.