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Old 03-13-2013, 09:46 PM   #121
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Originally Posted by Neon Samurai View Post
that sucks. So everyone is always saying the track is safer then the streets but Im always seeing track wrecks
Do you see motorcycle/car crashes on the track? Do you see riders dying every week at the track? NO! New trackday crashers come to relize what would have happened if they had the same crash on the street. Those that continue to ride on the street are a safer rider because they become a better rider and also will dial back the speed and the nonsence on the on the street. They know the track is the place to go for real fun and finding limits.
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