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Old Feb 28th 2013, 11:04 PM   #11
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I was wondering if they were coming around again, whats the rates for the school?
I signed up for the 2 day camp, Jul 17/18 and might try to do just the single-day if I can get off.

Jul 16 $475 (your bike)/$675 (rent S1000RR)
Jul 17/18 2-Day Camp $2450 (You ride their S1000RR only)
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Old Feb 28th 2013, 11:21 PM   #12
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I might have to see if I can get the time off for the CSS day, Ya thats kinda what I was thinking since I would probably have to trailer both bikes over might as well go the same day. The kawi you bought isnt red by chance is it?
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Old Mar 1st 2013, 06:39 PM   #13
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I might have to see if I can get the time off for the CSS day, Ya thats kinda what I was thinking since I would probably have to trailer both bikes over might as well go the same day. The kawi you bought isnt red by chance is it?
It is... red/black around 800mi. Two brothers slip-on and frame sliders. That wasn't your wife's was it?
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Old Mar 1st 2013, 06:54 PM   #14
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It is... red/black around 800mi. Two brothers slip-on and frame sliders. That wasn't your wife's was it?
Ya it was hers, she loved it
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Old Mar 1st 2013, 07:07 PM   #15
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Ya it was hers, she loved it
Well, it's in really good condition, I can tell you guys took care of it. Any issues with the choke?
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Old Mar 1st 2013, 08:18 PM   #16
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Well, it's in really good condition, I can tell you guys took care of it. Any issues with the choke?
Very cold blooded, should still be under factory warranty I had the local shop look at it but ya........ So you could try that
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Old Mar 3rd 2013, 07:43 PM   #17
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Hey man, what's up? Haven't seen you post for awhile...

Yeah, sorry forgot to post about the second track day. But, frankly it was the same format as day 1, just different drills. I'm really happy with the way they organized things, everything built off the prior lessons and you got to the point where things started to flow. I was noticeably faster, safer and in better control at the end of each day. They let you ride at your own pace, but you can pass anywhere as long as you leave 8ft between you and the other rider. Your coach follows you around and watches you ride, often will then lead you to show you something you could do better. Then at the end of the session he reviews what he saw, makes suggestions and listens to what you have to say so that you're on the same page. Really no pressure at all. Let me know if there's anything specific you want to know or more details.

I signed up again for levels 3/4 at The Ridge when CSS comes around there in July. You should think about it.
Yeah, been out of town working my ass off bouncing between projects in TN & NC...

I always say the more the merrier out riding! Oregon/Wash whatever works best. Man I need to get my wife riding!

The class sounds sweet and I definitely want to do it just not sure when yet. Thanks for the feedback on how great it was.

I'm planning on riding down to Laguna Seca with a couple guys for Moto GP. You and Kevin interested in joining the ride?
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Yeah, been out of town working my ass off bouncing between projects in TN & NC...

I always say the more the merrier out riding! Oregon/Wash whatever works best. Man I need to get my wife riding!

The class sounds sweet and I definitely want to do it just not sure when yet. Thanks for the feedback on how great it was.

I'm planning on riding down to Laguna Seca with a couple guys for Moto GP. You and Kevin interested in joining the ride?
Very interested in goin to Laguna Seca for GP, also heard a rumor through the grape vine about Ducati possibly throw a hookup with WSBK@ Laguna tickets
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Yeah, been out of town working my ass off bouncing between projects in TN & NC...

I always say the more the merrier out riding! Oregon/Wash whatever works best. Man I need to get my wife riding!

The class sounds sweet and I definitely want to do it just not sure when yet. Thanks for the feedback on how great it was.

I'm planning on riding down to Laguna Seca with a couple guys for Moto GP. You and Kevin interested in joining the ride?
Would like to go, but already scheduled time off for various track days.
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Old Mar 5th 2013, 11:45 AM   #20
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Just let me know the date you want to leave and when your thinking we would be back and I'll see if I can get the time off
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