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Old 03-13-2009, 06:57 PM   #21
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Old 03-13-2009, 07:47 PM   #22
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I personally have riden with each TD org and the experiences have all been pretty similiar. I do think there are some instructors that are well versed at some tracks and not so experienced at others. Either way, I have always learned something new by asking questions and watching others riding techniques.

I ride level 2 which in my opinion is probably the most dangerous. There seem to be plenty more run offs and entering some turns too hot (I too am guilty!) but we should all be there to learn and grow your skills not grow an attitude. I think some have a thought process that the novice group is for sissys but honestly, I learned more by doing several novices day than several level 2 days.

Bottom line for me is regardless of level or TD org ask questions, volunteer to get on the bike during the classroom sessions, and be humble. IMO
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