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Old 11-26-2015, 06:04 PM   #1
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fyi==We have 5 members signed up for this and filled a class on the previous Saturday.

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Ok sounds good I will confirm and make the day (Dec 16th, Wed.- ODODB) a 100% go as I will block out that date for you guys, so tell everyone it is a go....I will not charge the 20% deposit of $200 (total day is $1,000) so you guys can divide it up when you get there at sign up on the Dec. 16th at Sterling ranch (9a to 5p)

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Old 11-30-2015, 12:18 PM   #2
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how many riders per class? what training level is this class?
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Old 11-30-2015, 03:02 PM   #3
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There is only 10 per class. I've never taken this class myself, but at ODODB we have had all skill levels attend it in the past and all were very pleased with his class. We have a class on Saturday already booked up, so this is a 2nd class started.
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Old 11-30-2015, 04:49 PM   #4
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I attended one of his classes at Sterling. Everyone does the same drills regardless of skill level. Some just do it faster than others. Sometimes you will be broken out by skill level and will rotate between drills with your group.
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Where is this at? Will this help prep for the mextrek ride?
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Old 12-01-2015, 12:39 PM   #6
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I'm quite sure that Hatch will allow in increased class size, it benefits everyone involved.

Steve has been working with me for years and has brought me light years ahead of where I started.
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Sterling Ranch. Not sure what mextrek ride is?
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Old 12-01-2015, 09:03 PM   #8
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2nd class here is now filled
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Where is this at? Will this help prep for the mextrek ride?
this training is more technical in nature but any training will help for any kind of riding.

Is that mextrek that technical? I didn't think it was.....
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Is that mextrek that technical? I didn't think it was.....
I don't think it's very technical...just watching the video it looks pretty straight forward with the exception of a couple of spots.
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Where is this at? Will this help prep for the mextrek ride?
Any riding would help. The Steve Hatch training does cover a lot of the basics like balance, body position, throttle and clutch control, and even nutrition. Though it may not be specifically geared to dual sport riding it would help. It will make you faster and who doesn't like that. I was cornering faster and braking harder overnight after spending a day with him.
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Any riding would help. The Steve Hatch training does cover a lot of the basics like balance, body position, throttle and clutch control, and even nutrition. Though it may not be specifically geared to dual sport riding it would help. It will make you faster and who doesn't like that. I was cornering faster and braking harder overnight after spending a day with him.

Nice, thanks for the input ...I signed up for the class , after 20+ years on sport bikes, I'm changing gears a little...
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Any riding would help. The Steve Hatch training does cover a lot of the basics like balance, body position, throttle and clutch control, and even nutrition. Though it may not be specifically geared to dual sport riding it would help. It will make you faster and who doesn't like that. I was cornering faster and braking harder overnight after spending a day with him.
Now if he could just teach you to stop crashing you would really be in business.
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