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Old 05-27-2005, 01:31 AM   #21
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Re: my may & june schedule

lolz. They really want you to come to them.
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Old 06-13-2005, 01:27 PM   #22
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Re: my may & june schedule

Just took Ed's class this past weekend 6/11-6/12.* Just wanna say that Ed is a* great instructor, real easy to follow, friendly, and more importantly there wasn't any gaps in training.* *The bikes were all in great shape (didn't see any bike with more then 500 miles on the clock)

My first sport bike was a FZR600 (about 9-10 years ago since I last rode) which I had my fair share of spills on before I started to try to learn the proper way to ride, which was mostly by reading books like Twist of the Wrist II by Keith Code etc.* The MSF course covers all the basic fundamentals and some not so basic issues as well.* *I found the course to be fun and a great reinforcement for the basics, which I see the so called "veteran" riders still having problems with.* In addition we had a couple people in our group that I just thought they should never get on a bike....just not cut out for it.* Seemed like every exercise the bike was on the ground half the time but by the end of the class they were riding through sharp turns, making slow u-turns in a box (very challenging), and performing emergency stops without much problems at all.*

I can't comment on how different the class at Amazingcycles is or if the end result wont be as positive for everyone, but the ONLY thing that would make the class I took better was if it was held in an air conditioned arena.* I can guarantee that the $165 course fee would be much steeper if a school provided that.* *

Ed, Great class!! Looking forward to taking the advanced course with you after I get some more mileage under my belt.

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Old 06-13-2005, 02:41 PM   #23
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good class, as i said, i've had better and it's all good.

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