Do you have to be a member to do the free track day through nesba? I was thinking about going to one and seeing what it is like, and I guess see if I thought about staying the whole day and paying the money to stay..
how does that work? What is that intro session like?
what that is, is 2 sessions "the 1st 2 sessions of the day" to ride on the track.
basicly its a rolling parade.
from there you can join "75.00 yearly fee" which saves you money on track days and other track side goodies from vendors.
also this is a great way to advance your riding abilitys. you need to remember to ask for help and you get what you put into in to this type of sport and asking for help from the control riders at nesba events.