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Old 03-20-2006, 10:58 PM   #1
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Longhorn 3/20 thanks

A huge thank you to all those who came out to ride today. Despite the early wettness the day turned BEAUTIFUL!!! A few crashes here and there, but nothing very major, some rear sets, and clip ons mostly. For those who need the relacements, check out Sum of All Parts, they have been very good to all the staff, and want to help you too. Joe Browning.... my pimp for parts. Chris at Cycle Gear has been very helpful as well. Thanks to both of them for the continued support. Also, a HUGE thanks to David Hirsch and Michelin. I love you man.........well actually the tires, but you're alright too.
I saw some awesome improvements as the day progressed. F'n Robert and Dr. Gonzo in particular. I think Robert bounces, sweet!! Well done guys, the video dosen't lie. Solracer should have some great footage to work with. Sanchez and I went at it after the last session for some hot lap footage. He was shakin' down Shanes 999R, and Domino gave him fits, was even able to get by him three times in three difffernt places. FUN!!! Of course he had never ridden the bike before and it's a 999 for cryin' outloud, crash equals very expensive. But big fun none the less, let's see that video Sol!!!!
Thanks again for all those who came out to learn, ride, and have a blast. Without your support, we can't make this happen. :notworthy
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Old 03-20-2006, 11:01 PM   #2
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Sol has a Vid??!
Post that foool!
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i read something about vids but never saw any links in the other posts.
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thank you too buck, you really know how to take care of your students. looking forward to alot of track time with you. I said it before guys, longhorn school makes you feel right at home check it out , or your fkin idiot =)
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^well ,
look who's back. Has the head swelling gone down any?
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Great time... Even though I wrecked, I had a BLAST. I'll Definitely be doing this again as soon as I can. Buck, thanks for everything.
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Ends big was riding very well today in fact. He spent the day in class and was very open to anything everyone had to say. This kid is hungry and has some talent to develop. You probably saw him of the F4i from . Definately seemed like a different guy and his riding showed his new found modesty. See you on the 10th Ends..... give me a shout for the brake set up we talked about, and you're welcome to come sort through the "F4i corner" in the warehouse.

My pleasure Robert, hope you're home again for the next one. I think you're right..... that spill in T4 set your head right and you were gettin' it by the last few laps I shot of you. Hopefully Sol will have some in the video production. You did awesome for you first time out on the track!!!
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^well ,
look who's back. Has the head swelling gone down any?
i thought he was posting as Buck Nasty
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OMFG SO BUSTED :-)

he's alright. a little leechish, but maybe he's poor.
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lmmfao...let the flaming begin....

I had a blast until I crashed. oh well, I'll do better next time.

buck nasty was tearing that track, actually.
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then you need to show up foolio :-)
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I believe Buck and the guys at MSRH deserve a big round of applauds.:notworthy You guys did an amazing job, I couldn't believe how much faster i was after the classroom sessions. A huge THANK YOU to Buck and the MSRH guys, I had a
blast yesterday, for anyone considering doing a track day, Buck is your man, I
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is awesome and the track well it's awesome as well.
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Thanks for the endorsement Gonzo, checks in the mail.
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I saw the pics. It's good that y'all are limiting the class size to 27. There were 40 riders per class on 03/04. Way too many IMO.

I'll be out there on 04/10
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I saw the pics. It's good that y'all are limiting the class size to 27. There were 40 riders per class on 03/04. Way too many IMO.

I'll be out there on 04/10
Your gonna love it, plenty of room to roam, not to much lap traffic. I look forward to seeing you out there.
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I had a blast too. I was on the yel/blk gsxr 1000. I think I got a total of a 140 mintutes on the track and I didn't start until it stopped raining at 10:00. My arms, legs and shoulders are sore as heck today they gym is going to be a tonight.

The instructor dude can't remember his name but he is from Austin was great as usual really helped me with my body position.

Also I love the way ya'll run it top of hour advance 20 after for intermediate and 40 after for begginer. You know what time to be on the track and ya'll start em right then.

I will be there evertime i can or should I say everytime my wife will let me.

Thanks BUCK!!!
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I had a blast too. I was on the yel/blk gsxr 1000. I think I got a total of a 140 mintutes on the track and I didn't start until it stopped raining at 10:00. My arms, legs and shoulders are sore as heck today they gym is going to be a tonight.

The instructor dude can't remember his name but he is from Austin was great as usual really helped me with my body position.

Also I love the way ya'll run it top of hour advance 20 after for intermediate and 40 after for begginer. You know what time to be on the track and ya'll start em right then.

I will be there evertime i can or should I say everytime my wife will let me.

Thanks BUCK!!!
Were you the one who helped me load my bike at the end of the day, if so thank you again.
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Your instructor was Larry Meyers form Austin. He's an excellent racer as well, you can follow his results on the CMRA board. Very cool guy and a of a mechanic if you need motor work. He's going to rebuilt one of my RR motors for me very soon. Class guy with a great deal of knowledge he's happy to share, glad to hear he took great care of you. Glad you enjoyed yourself GixxerBill.
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