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This was my first time with Motovid. The weather was perfect, everything was right on schedule, staff was very friendly, not to many crashes, I had a blast. It was my first track this year, so I was little rusty, but still had a hell of the time.

Before that I did 3 track weekends with Nesba ... and I must say ... I miss Nesba a lot. The biggest disappointment for me was the fact that CR's were just controlling the riders (hence CR ) but in Nesba, CR were actually teaching. At any given moment one CR was one on one with a rider. At the end of the session each CR was commenting and giving tips. That improved my riding a lot. But it looks like different organizations have different policies. Now its time to see how it looks in STT

BTW, does anyone have some vids form Intermediate group?

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I agree - it was a blast! My first time at BHF and is now my favorite track
Structure a little different than STT but CRs let us novice newbies overtake by the third session so that was cool. I'll definately be back this summer!
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Before that I did 3 track weekends with Nesba ... and I must say ... I miss Nesba a lot. The biggest disappointment for me was the fact that CR's were just controlling the riders (hence CR ) but in Nesba, CR were actually teaching. At any given moment one CR was one on one with a rider. At the end of the session each CR was commenting and giving tips. That improved my riding a lot. But it looks like different organizations have different policies. Now its time to see how it looks in STT
I agree.

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from my experience with motovid, you can always approach a CR before the session and ask for few laps one-on-one. they always help, otherwise, if you don't blow your line grossly every lap or are off the pace, they will leave you alone.
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