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Group Outing!!!!

I saw this and was going to put in the track section. But hey! We have a super moto section.

Who's up for a group outing. $350 and they provide bikes and instruction.

Sounds like it could be fun later this year.

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I may be in... depends when you're thinking.

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if you don't want to pay for the school you can also just rent a bike for one of the open trackdays.

chances are there will be a pro or two that will show up. riding with a pro and picking their brain in the pits = free school
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How much is that? I don't see it on their website.

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Dude, read the details on page 2. the 350 package is a basic rider instruction. starting, stopping and shifting drills etc. I think you have gotten the hang of that by now.


Your gonna want the 650 package.




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Marshall and I talked about doing that last year.

PS its on the Briggs & Stratton part of Road America

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How much is that? I don't see it on their website.
not sure, just give them a call.
Bobs4r and prince_ruben have rented bikes from them for a trackday before.
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F That. I'm not walking road america
it's less than a mile
you can see the whole track from the pit area
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its a great school at, a great place! wensdays $40 all day practice=)
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