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Old 01-29-2011, 09:37 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by 99 Chris View Post
We (RideSmart) don't have a specific "2-Up Track Day", per se.. but if you want to go out with a passenger you just need to talk to one of the lead instructors or Dave himself. We can't just let anybody out there with a passenger.
So nothing official but a case-by-case situation on people wanting to go 2up. That's cool. Is it generally limited to any specific rider level or could someone do it on their first track day?
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Old 01-29-2011, 10:29 AM   #22
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Yep! Kathy was holding on for dear life on her 600RR, especially at TWS (Texas World Speedway). And REALLY trying to hold on when we took my 1000 out at MSR-H. Seeing 150ish on the back straight, and thin diving into the sweeper before Diamond's Edge!! Woohooo!!! She says hanging on during hard acceleration is about as hard work compared to the hard braking!

Grow a pair already, and get on the bike with Allan!!!! Tell him to startslow and steadily get faster. That's what I do.
150 on the back straight?? Get a speedo healer. Lol.
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