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i took thew MSF course for new riders before i got my first bike (04 gsxr 600) and i feel it did a world of good for me

now that was 8 months ago and im thinking i want to take it a step further, i want to be able to effectly carve thru turns at reasonably higher speeds than i do now of course i know i can;t do that properly until i can lean my bike down enough and dragging that knee, so far in the 8 months i have been riding my lean angle has imporved alot but not near as far down as i would like it to get,

rather than just learn on my on and take the risk i misjudged the way it should be done i decided to go for another class, only i don;t know which one is gonna suit me for what im looking to get from the it.

the msf has a advanced "experienced rider" course which is what i was thinking about, only i don;t know what exactly they are gonne teach me their, then i hear of people talking about track school or something like that, which is more aggressive, if anaybodys out their has taken both of these classes can you maybe give me a idea of what i would learn on each one of those and how long/days are the classes and what did u end up paying for them?
 

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Take the MSF ERC. Don't worry about dragging your knee. If you are trying to do that on the street, let your friends know where that can buy your totalled bike after you are dead. Take that class, it is the next step.
Next year take a track class once you have more confidence. Then KEEP THE REALLY FAST RIDING ON THE TRACK!
That is all LOL!
 
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