I do most of my track days with them. I like how they run a day. Very helpful for a matter of asking, and they keep it FUN.
They also tend to have good prices.
I'm not sure what I'll be doing for track days in the future, though. My bike's a big old tank when compared to the current crop (608#
) and it causes some of the fellow riders concern when it sparks the pegs in corners. They panic thinking I'm getting hard parts, which is a very real issue, but in fact, everything's OK. I removed the centerstand which is a problem, and for track days remove the tin pipe covers which can hit, and then just hold it to grinding the pegs and brake lever. At that point, the pipes are VERY close but have never been touched. Maybe some of them are just pissed when a big, old, stock, high mileage bike runs lap times similar to their newer stuff.
JUST KIDDING. I think their concerns are anchored in good intentions and it may be disconcerting to be behind a bike and see it sparking, who knows.
What I really should do is get a track bike but am concerned that, for me at least, it will turn it into more of a job than the fun it has been. I'm way past the highly competitive stage in my life where I have to be the fastest. I derive my pleasure from getting the most out of what I've got. To me, the challenge is the same because every bike you ride, regardless of how fabulous it is, has limits. That's the fun I get, several times a year, riding a bike to its capabilities, without all of the extra work and expense of another bike. Ahhh, what to do.
Sorry for the ramblings. Thinking out loud I guess. Yeah, TPM is a real good club!