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Old 04-11-2006, 02:11 PM   #21
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and your dad prolly did a decent job. but it can't hurt to have regimented training routine vs oh yeah, this, and then that........vs a structured lesson plan based on years and years of evolving and improving the course.

and not to say your dad is wrong, but i have many older riders who were taught the "wrong way" so he'd teach you the wrong way, and carry on that misinformation.

is the MSF and end all to learning, NO. it is a great start though.

your dad may have taught you well, but many of my students came into class taught by friends/family and they were taught the wrong way to do things. common is more rear brake then ft. luckily they came to class learned the right way, and didn't end up broadsided into a car cuz they slammed on their rear brake. another common misnomer is braking in a corner.

chase: the expereinced course, you use your own bike.
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Old 04-11-2006, 02:21 PM   #22
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Hmm yea thats about what i figured i may take the experianced cource soon just to have it under my belt...I dont know how much good the reg class would do me anymore...
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Old 04-11-2006, 02:24 PM   #23
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well do you have a license? can't take the advanced w/o having a license. not permit but a license.

if you have a license, i say save the advanced to get a ticket dismiseed (like def. driving) do a trackday.
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Old 04-11-2006, 03:36 PM   #24
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Yea i have a licence and you have a good point there...See yall at the track.
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28'x70' for the "experienced" course, 20'x60' for the beginner course.

i'm gonna warn you though, it's gonna be hard and chances are high, you'll drop the bike.

i really really wish you just took the class, that 1 drop will cost more then the class.

do you have your license? or permit?
Thanks Ed.

I have a license, close to two years now, yes, with the M endorsement.
Why am I barely askin about 8's? Cuz I just got my sliders installed. NO FEAR!!!!! j/k Naw, I figured since I don't ride much, whenever I take it out for a quick spin I can do something productive. I want to take the MSF, but I just have to make time for it, but I must not want it that bad, cuz I haven't made time for it yet
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