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Old 02-18-2009, 11:29 PM   #41
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I've checked out ride smart and texas track days, now, are the tracks only open on those days? do you have to go through one of these schools? it's hard to find a day that i am off during a track day.
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Old 02-18-2009, 11:39 PM   #42
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I've checked out ride smart and texas track days, now, are the tracks only open on those days? do you have to go through one of these schools? it's hard to find a day that i am off during a track day.
yeah, most tracks are member tracks and rent to these organizations.

MSRH allows you to come with a member for 250 a day. But, you have to know someone, AND it costs alot more.
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You might also check Lone Star Trackdays and see if one of their days fits your schedule.
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this thread cracks me up....trackday org. war!!!!

here's my honest to opinion, and i'm not favoring one or the other for any particular reason....

Ridesmart - cheaper than all the others, but is overly crowded. being that it is overly crowded, it's hard to get the instruction you need unless you are constantly picking their brains. great way to save a few bucks, and a great org to ride in when you wanna learn passing.

Texas Trackdays - a bit more expensive than ridesmart, a little less expensive than Lonestar Trackdays, all levels stay at a decent amount of people without it being overly crowded, great instruction for the beginners and intermediates

Lonestar Trackdays - more expensive of the bunch, great instruction as well, crowd stays at a good amount (as long as it's not a race weekend)

Longhorn Motorcycle School - rides only at MSRH, has the most seat time out of all the other orgs, people's pace varies widely from fast to slower guys/gals, offers the most instruction when needed.
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