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Old 10-03-2006, 12:55 PM   #101
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ok then i digress hang with the lil boys until i can get up the gawl to try to hang with the big BOYS on the track... :laughing6 is that better?
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Old 10-03-2006, 01:03 PM   #102
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on a cruiser thousands .... on my 1000rr about 1500
Well understand this is all my opinion first.... a lot of people will say you should probably have about 6000ish miles of experience on a sport bike to head to the track but, I think it is based on the individual because a lot of times it is easier to learn the right way to ride your bike the first time around then trying to fix bad habits picked up riding on the streets with other newbies. Ridesmartís Level 1 class is plenty informative and holds a nice slower pace for the new track riders after which LSTD's beginner class is amazing with the one on one or one on 2 instructions but the pace in their c group can get faster at times with the mix of riders out there. Talk to Ed about all this. He has good knowledge of the subject. The only thing that bothers me is that MSF and the track are 2 totally different animals. Both are great though and MSF can be quiet comedic at times as well. Just giving some perspective from my experiences is all.
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Old 10-03-2006, 01:04 PM   #103
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ok then i digress hang with the lil boys until i can get up the gawl to try to hang with the big BOYS on the track... :laughing6 is that better?
Lil boys will get you in trouble.
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