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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-15-2005, 07:37 AM Thread Starter
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pocono fusa with reduc review

first trackday experience i had was at the 2.5mi fusa course. *about the track* this course is f-dangerous, there is a lot of sealant/dips/potholes on this course. Being in the garage is nice because that sun is Hot.

*novice class review*
they offer great suggestions/comments. i failed to realize people would be passing me on the first time out. lets just say having first timers passing me scared the crap outa me more than anything else. it was supposed to be 6ft between bikes, but it seemed i could reach out and touch em sometimes.

overall i had fun but was a bit intimidated by the 5 crashes that happened before i left.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-26-2005, 07:05 PM
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Smile wow

You must be a great/fast rider would you ever give help to a newbe? Im new here, moved from grand juction CO. do you street ride or just trackdays?
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i rode both, my advice get a summer of riding in b4 going to a trackday. or just wing it and go slow and have the crap scared outa ya when people are getting closer than they are supposed to and no im not great/fast i just picked my bike up in may and got my license less than a month ago. but i am a hell of a lot better on the street since i went to the track day.
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Track days

Are there any good trackday comp, out there?
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trackdays

Ive heard of STT and a trackoholics more NEG about trackoholics
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ya ive only been to reduc, pretty nice people also "team pro motion"
google that one up i guess.
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