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BARBER ON A BUDGET 2010 $160/Day

Barber on a budget returns for 2010.

We did this last year and it was a hit... but it was on Moto GP weekend but for 2010 we moved it to July.

July 24 & 25 - Pay the low rate of $160 each day. We have not placed a limit on how many riders can save, this is the price for every rider and you have until 15 days prior to the event or until it sells out to get this KILLER LOW PRICE

If your plans change, yu can get a refund (up to 30 days prior) or a full credit good at over 100 STT events.


This is a full service STT day at a great price!!

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That is a hell of a deal for an awesome track. I'll make the 11 hour drive for that.

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That is a hell of a deal for an awesome track. I'll make the 11 hour drive for that.
Cool and thanks. Spread the word.

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Update on barber on a budget!!!! $160

I have recived a few emails asking "how long do we have to do this?"

STT's Barber on a Budget is NOT a limited time promotion. Just like last year, the listed pre-entry price of $160 is good until 15 days prior to the event.

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wow. sounds great. are track newbies allowed? i'm not sure how many days i'll be able to get in on the track before july, but I feel I'll still be new then.
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holy shit thats the cheapest price ive seen



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hey monte, do you have to be a member to get this price?

or is this one of the waved fee days also.



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wow. sounds great. are track newbies allowed? i'm not sure how many days i'll be able to get in on the track before july, but I feel I'll still be new then.

Yes of course!! And as a Femoto member you pay $135 or the published rate (whichever is lower).....Do we have your attention?

Our Novice Group is very comprehensive (tons say it is the best out there..) and we have a staff who does this 100+ days a year for the past 10+ years. BTW, for your very first track day Autobahn North is a great choice to get some "pre-Barber" experience and we have a $110 day there in April.

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hey monte, do you have to be a member to get this price?

or is this one of the waved fee days also.
Good question Ken.

We do require a membership for this event. There will be a few events this year where we waive membership fees. We are still working on that plan.

One of the nice things about booking this far in advance with STT (or NESBA too) is if your plans change, you can get a refund or a credit that is good for a year to use at 100+ events nationwide and that is a benefit that is nice to have.

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One of the nice things about booking this far in advance with STT (or NESBA too) is if your plans change, you can get a refund or a credit to us at 100+ events nationwide and that is a benefit that is nice to have.
and thats a major benefit of a big box track org.



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One of the nice things about booking this far in advance with STT (or NESBA too) is if your plans change, you can get a refund or a credit to us at 100+ events nationwide and that is a benefit that is nice to have.
What exactly are the terms of this refund or credit though?

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What exactly are the terms of this refund or credit though?
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Our Novice Group is very comprehensive (most say it is the best out there..) and we have a staff who does this 100+ days a year fo teh ast 10+ years. BTW, for your very first track day Autobahn North is a great choice to get some "pre-Barber" experience and we have a $110 day there in April.
+1 i love how you guys ran your class for Novice. i did AutoBahn last summer with STT and your control riders really helped me alot on picking lines and how to position my body on turns. YOU GUYS ARE GREAT!

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+1 i love how you guys ran your class for Novice. i did AutoBahn last summer with STT and your control riders really helped me alot on picking lines and how to position my body on turns. YOU GUYS ARE GREAT!
+1 (let me preface this with, i dont get 1 red cent from no track vendors to endorse or promote anything they do as its a free enterprise on here) in short: i dont owe anyone shit.

but plus +10000

everyone knows by now "once you jump in and move around from org to org" and i have known it since 2002? STT is by far the most novice/intro track org to start off with as they have an excellent program over ANY OTHER track day org.

i would recommend and highly suggest any newbie looking for the best bang per buck starting into the track scene to go to STT.

from there and when make it to the (I) group...then youll learn by then whats what and expand your horizons with STT or NESBA or whom ever else.

reduce that learning curve with us more experienced track junkies.



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Yes of course!! And as a Femoto member you pay $135 or the published rate (whichever is lower).....Do we have your attention?

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awesome. so to take advantage of the lower rate through Femmoto, would I sign up and pay for the date through STT or Femmoto? I see the Femmoto site is under construction.
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+1 i love how you guys ran your class for Novice. i did AutoBahn last summer with STT and your control riders really helped me alot on picking lines and how to position my body on turns. YOU GUYS ARE GREAT!
+1 to that.
I have done most of the orgs ...
If/when I get my wife out there she will definitely be doing STT for her first day. I think control and order is required for a first track day for most people.. It takes the testosterone out of it.. I am not worried about her going in to hot and getting in trouble.. more someone thinking they are ben spies on their 2nd track day and t-boning her..

After she is comfortable on a bike and on a racetrack.. Then I will be more than happy to take her out with NESBA as well. I think both run excellent programs.. I just think STT does the Novice thing a bit better. People need to learn to go slow to go fast.. Going out there as fast as you can right off the bat doesn't teach you as much as working slow and smooth.. The speed will come.

Look forward to seeing you out there MissSouthWater (I met you at State of Ill building for lunch) I'll be out there the 24th/25th weekend as well.. I am sure all of us CLSB types will be pitted in the same area.. So swing by
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I have done most of the orgs ...
If/when I get my wife out there she will definitely be doing STT for her first day. I think control and order is required for a first track day for most people.. It takes the testosterone out of it.. I am not worried about her going in to hot and getting in trouble.. more someone thinking they are ben spies on their 2nd track day and t-boning her..

After she is comfortable on a bike and on a racetrack.. Then I will be more than happy to take her out with NESBA as well. I think both run excellent programs.. I just think STT does the Novice thing a bit better. People need to learn to go slow to go fast.. Going out there as fast as you can right off the bat doesn't teach you as much as working slow and smooth.. The speed will come.

Look forward to seeing you out there MissSouthWater (I met you at State of Ill building for lunch) I'll be out there the 24th/25th weekend as well.. I am sure all of us CLSB types will be pitted in the same area.. So swing by
thanks for sharing the insight for what you would do for your wife's first track day. I remember meeting you in the Illinois building. looking forward to seeing you then as well. Per usual at all my first time clsb events.. i'll be the lost-looking one when looking for CLSB ppl in the pit area. lol
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+1 (let me preface this with, i dont get 1 red cent from no track vendors to endorse or promote anything they do as its a free enterprise on here) in short: i dont owe anyone shit.

but plus +10000

everyone knows by now "once you jump in and move around from org to org" and i have known it since 2002? STT is by far the most novice/intro track org to start off with as they have an excellent program over ANY OTHER track day org.

i would recommend and highly suggest any newbie looking for the best bang per buck starting into the track scene to go to STT.

from there and when make it to the (I) group...then youll learn by then whats what and expand your horizons with STT or NESBA or whom ever else.

reduce that learning curve with us more experienced track junkies.
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awesome. so to take advantage of the lower rate through Femmoto, would I sign up and pay for the date through STT or Femmoto? I see the Femmoto site is under construction.
Once you purchase your Femmoto membership, STT will automatically discount your price b/c you log in before you make the purchase.

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thanks for sharing the insight for what you would do for your wife's first track day. I remember meeting you in the Illinois building. looking forward to seeing you then as well. Per usual at all my first time clsb events.. i'll be the lost-looking one when looking for CLSB ppl in the pit area. lol
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I was talking April 24th and 25th @ ACC not Barber. I'd like to do Barber but having a difficult time talking my bud into it (I have no trailer)
Try the Ride Share section of the STT forum.... seems to work for many.

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Guys,

As a long time Barber addict, take it from me - you'll freaking love this track.

Even as a mid-west coach for STT, I have gladly paid to go ride Barber... it's worth every mile & minute of the drive to get there.

I'm glad now that I moved to Charlotte that I'm only 5 hours from it, and not 13.....

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