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Old 07-10-2020, 11:39 AM   #1
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I recently purchased a supermoto and want to do a trackday with it. Is there an organization that teaches this style? I've done regular trackdays on my GSXR but, I know the body positioning on these is much different.
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Old 07-11-2020, 11:41 AM   #2
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I recently purchased a supermoto and want to do a trackday with it. Is there an organization that teaches this style? I've done regular trackdays on my GSXR but, I know the body positioning on these is much different.
Honestly, don't worry about body positioning.

You can ride one of two ways.

Dirt style with your leg out and move the bike like you are on dirt, or street style and put your knee out.

I prefer dropping my knee about 90% of the time.

Just go practice and see what feels better to you.
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Honestly, don't worry about body positioning.

You can ride one of two ways.

Dirt style with your leg out and move the bike like you are on dirt, or street style and put your knee out.

I prefer dropping my knee about 90% of the time.

Just go practice and see what feels better to you.
What he said. I did the same when I had a supermoto. Too bad we donít have GSS to ride anymore. I would get another Tard if we did.
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U can ride at speedsportz go cart track in new caney
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