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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-29-2003, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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sears point, thunder hill

Does any body go to sears point or thunder hill track days? I have never been to a track day and was just wondering if their instructors there are pretty good. I would really like some help this spring and was told by people on here to go to a track. Input would be appreciated!

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I go to Sears Point and Thunderhill all the time, taking photos professionally. The tracks do not have motorcycle instructors, but several organizations put on track and school days and can help you out. I take photos at the DP Safety School, Keigwins at the Track, and Pacific Track Time events. Check out these links for more info:

Reg Pridmore's CLASS
http://www.classrides.com

DP Safety School
http://www.dpsafetyschool.com

Keigwins at the Track
http://www.keigwin.com

Jason Pridmore's STAR School
http://www.starmotorcycle.com

Pacific Track Time
http://www.pacifictracktime.com

You'll find the prices are cheaper at Thunderhill than at Sears Point, but you may have to add travel time and lodging expenses if you go to Thunderhill. All the above organizers offer excellent instruction. Check their sites.

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