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Old 10-26-2010, 12:49 PM   #1
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Multiple bikes at a trackday

I'm thinking of dragging my streetbike and my trackturd out to a trackday this weekend. How much of a PITA is dealing with the organizers going to be in this scenario?
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Old 10-26-2010, 01:03 PM   #2
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as long as you are riding both in the same level (B street group), all you should need to do is have both bikes tech'd and notify registration staff. if you plan to ride each one in a different level, then you would have to pay for a spot in both levels. (this applies to LSTD) not sure about other orgs.
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There shouldn't be any pain. I have witnessed several bike owners who have a big bike and a mini and run both as one. The only policy I have seen policed is that YOU are the only person who are on the bikes ONLY.

As for Endurance Teams or Teammates. The same is for them. The Trackday Admin. are aware the teams split costs across the board. Therefore those are the only riders who should be on the back of the teams bike. They try to accommodate you as their customer as best they can. Just be truthful. TJ
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Its just going to be me riding them, I'm running them both in the same group. I'll probably ride on in the morning, and switch in the afternoon. I guess I'm just worried about moving the stickers and/or getting duplicate sets.
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Old 10-26-2010, 02:09 PM   #5
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U get duplicate sets for LSTD AND Ride Smart. it's really not a pain jus tell them when u sign in the morning. I've done this twice with no issues
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U get duplicate sets for LSTD AND Ride Smart. it's really not a pain jus tell them when u sign in the morning. I've done this twice with no issues
Not with LSTD.

The best bet is to ask the td org, they all have contact information.

With us, you have to move the sticker from one bike to the other. There are ways to make this move easier than trying to keep the sticker intact while peeling it off your bike too so you can move it over.

Like James said, with LSTD you can ride multiple bikes, but it has to be in the same group with the same group sticker you were issued.
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