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I've taken the MSF beginner course about 10 months ago. I have about 1500 miles on my bike now. I think its a good time to take another course more concentrated on braking, turning, etc. Does anyone know where I can get some more info on these courses (websites?) or recommend some courses? I'm open to any opportunity that will help me become a better, safer rider. Thanks.
 

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it depends on what you're looking for... if you want to know more about streetriding, you can take the msf advanced course. i have friends who took it after more than a decade on a bike and learned from it.

if you're looking for something that is more track-oriented, i'd suggest the www.teampromotion.com art-basic. it's designed for guys and gals who have never been on the track before. this year it's required for all track newbies, but some people who started last year are taking anyway and loving it.

it's a great way to explore your limits and the bike. you can ride around slowly and work your way up. just remember if you do any track school, honda isn't sitting there waiting on the side-lines with a contract.... :) if you stick with your control rider for the day, you'll learn a lot. if he's too fast for ya, slow down, they'll send another control rider out.

seriously, it's a good school. you can check out their webpage for details. if you have any questions, you can pm (or e-mail if he has it showing) gs500rider for details. he'll point you in the best direction if he can't answer himself.
 

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The place where you took your beginners course could be offering an experienced riders course as well.:thumb:
 
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