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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-09-2005, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Post Autobahn South 10/8-10

Well folks, a great showing by CLSBers at the Autobahn yesterday and today. It was great to see so many faces and to match some more faces with board names.

It looked like everyone was having a great time, and you just couldn't ahve asked for better weather that we got today. Yesterday was a little chilly, but today was perfect.

I'd like to thank Kruz & Butch & Ron for all the help with my brakes today. I think that today... it shoulda been spelled "breaks" because they did, but hey, always have to have something new to learn.

I am really looking forward to tomorrow, and based on the way the parking lot looked tonight when I left Autobahn, it will be a farily empty track tomorrow. Great for me to work on getting my form, my line and my smoothness.

Wish you guys were gonna be there tomorrow. Anyhow, it was good to see everyone and it was good that we made it through another day with no red flags.

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A great time ..... a great weekend.


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This weekend rocked! It was my first time on the track, and im hooked!

I had a great time, and i wanted to thank everyone for helping me out, and giving me tips. By the end of the weekend i was zoomin...

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Wink... were you the fella that was working on his bike in front of drucker's trailer?
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i had a lot of fun. gotta thank the reverend for trailering my stuff out there and passing along his knowledge. thanks bub!
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It was great today. 30 min sessions and very low track density.
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A great time ..... a great weekend.


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On the way to the track this morning I went to Gas City, Home Depot, Dominicks, and Walgreeens... no joy.

Since they are that hard to find I will get some from radio Shack, and yes Blarney, I'll have extra in case you need any in Putnam.

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Wink... were you the fella that was working on his bike in front of drucker's trailer?
Yes, probably. Had a crowd around for some reason. Changed to a 48 on the rear, new chain, and I put new brake pads on while Matt was working on the chain.

Had a TON of fun!

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Yes, probably. Had a crowd around for some reason. Changed to a 48 on the rear, new chain, and I put new brake pads on while Matt was working on the chain.

Had a TON of fun!
Yeah, I have lots of fun changing brake pads too.

Good time out there, especially once the track warmed up and all that nice shiny sealant got sticky. It was interesting to pick up the lines again in bits and pieces rather than remembering them all at once.

There was, technically, one red flag on Saturday, but it was the better kind: no transport required.

It was good to see so many people pick up so much speed out there. AB seems to be a good track for picking up technique, somehow, despite its waviness.

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I forgot about Marshall's (CR) crash in turn 3, is that the one that you are talking about?

As far as today, we had FOUR crashes.

Today saw 1 CR hit the ground (1 CR hit the ground on Saturday), 2 "A" riders, and 1 "I" that I knew about. It seems like there were a few issues with Beginners, although I don't know who or how many over the weekend.

As you say, none of them were the bad kind. Everyone got up and walked, no broken bones, and most of the bikes made it back out to the track.

I low sided today in turn 7, front tire just slipped right out, I got up, started the bike, and drove to back to my Pit. Missed the rest of that session, but had it ready by the next session and was out there working on form (translation: going slow!) the next session and was back to my best times by the end of the day. (Thanks to Ron and Fred for the help getting the bike ready to go back out)

Oh yeah, I forgot the nominee for the Darwin Award (luckily no one qualified). We had a Beginner take a right on Pit Road and head right out on the track counterclockwise (against traffic). He almost made it to the wrong end of the back straight-a-way. Fred (Lead Control Rider) took care of the problem. Scary moment, but no one got hurt.

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I remember that guy. I was flyng down the back straight just behind Fred when I saw this cat heading right at us! Glad it didn't end up as bad as it otherwise might have.
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Yeah, that was crazy. Come out of 10 and see the cornerworker pulling the red flag out. took it easy down the straight, and theres a guy coming the wrong way.
It was great to meet some new people today. with about 6 guys on the track after the intro guys left, I think i rode for 15 minutes in a couple sessions with out seeing anyone. Great time to work on some things and not worry about any traffic. Lots of one on one teaching today.
Congrats on the bump up to I today c5367!
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First two days at the track, and the first two days with the Aprillia RS 250. Fun meter overload...
I came away very happy with my decision to track down a RS and very impressed with how NESBA operated.
Today/ monday was outstanding, I am starting to get more comfortable with the bike and am now able to give more attention to the track and my line choices. 2 days down and lots more to learn

A Sunday highlight was getting to watch Mr. Reverend Rice on his TZ...

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I was flyng down the back straight just behind Fred when I saw this cat heading right at us!
Wow, now that's something I thought I would never hear . Sounds like Monday was a fun...interesting day.

Saturday and Sunday were great. I got a chance to meet several more CLSB members. Everyone was riding well and having a good time. You could really tell that people were excited to be there, and so friendly. No one got injured, and everyone's riding improved greatly through the weekend. You can't ask for more than that! (

I can't wait for Putnam, even the weather forecast looks good.
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I low sided today in turn 7, front tire just slipped right out, I got up, started the bike, and drove to back to my Pit. Missed the rest of that session, but had it ready by the next session and was out there working on form (translation: going slow!) the next session and was back to my best times by the end of the day. (Thanks to Ron and Fred for the help getting the bike ready to go back out)

Gotta love track days.
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Sorry to hear about the getoff Brian. Glad to hear that you (and the bike) bounced back up! Don't forget that crashing well is just another skill!

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Yeah Monday was pretty interesting

That beginner that ran the wrong way on the track... when he finally turned around and exited, he missed the freakin exit too and went down the straight and pulled a u-turn down pit lane. Soon as he stopped, Fred grabbed the key outta his bike and had a talkin with him... what happened to that guy anyways, did they let him back on the track or was that the end of his day?

Overall a pretty good long weekend, I almost hit my goal of 1:40's by Monday but fell a bit short and got down to 1:41.8's before I gave it up, not gonna do something stupid just to prove to my lap timer that I'm a good rider plus when Sam (selston) highsided in front of me and I damn near ran him over, that was pretty much my cue to pack it up and head home. Made it out with no issues myself cept a couple of slides and one big endo braking too hard into T1, and a fuckin bee sting right on the inside of my lip, damn bees

Good times though runnin with Wink and Sam and Ron, man they just let anyone CR nowdays huh?

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plus when Sam (selston) highsided in front of me and I damn near ran him over, that was pretty much my cue to pack it up and head home.
Sam ok? that sucks!
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Selton went down? (and you went up?) If I'm reading that right, congrats on the BIG bump Jon! You earned it this season.

Sam hope you're alright man! Anyone have a status report?

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Sam is OK, he just busted up a finger pretty good. Pretty lucky considering how it looked from behind, there was smoke pouring off his rear tire for a fraction of a second and then the bike flipped him off... plus for a highside, his bike had minimal damage.

I didn't get bumped up, he was the only A group rider that day so they combined our sessions. It was pretty fun following him around though

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First two days at the track, and the first two days with the Aprillia RS 250. Fun meter overload...
I came away very happy with my decision to track down a RS and very impressed with how NESBA operated.
Today/ monday was outstanding, I am starting to get more comfortable with the bike and am now able to give more attention to the track and my line choices. 2 days down and lots more to learn

A Sunday highlight was getting to watch Mr. Reverend Rice on his TZ...

Two strokes rule

Dave... it was nice meeting you bro. You were having way too much fun on that bike.

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Thanks 5axis and Costlyducati!

It was good meeting you guys out there. It was a great 2 days, and Monday was by far the best trackday I've ever been to. Then again I've only been to 4, but still, it's hard to beat 30min session where you can literally go 10 of them without even seeing another rider. It was almost as if we had the whole thing to ourselves. I just wish I brought more gas!

Can't wait til next season. I'm more than a little tempted to go to Putnam instead of studying and just wing it on my midterms. Summer is just too damn short. Looking forward to riding with y'all again!
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Yeah Monday was pretty interesting

That beginner that ran the wrong way on the track... when he finally turned around and exited, he missed the freakin exit too and went down the straight and pulled a u-turn down pit lane. Soon as he stopped, Fred grabbed the key outta his bike and had a talkin with him... what happened to that guy anyways, did they let him back on the track or was that the end of his day?
End of his participation with NESBA, forever.

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Hey Yall

Had good time on Monday - good to see the gang & meet a few new folks.

Yea - I either had brain fart or an equipment malfunction. For right now - I'm assuming rider error. Thought I was going easy during the warm up laps in the begining of the 6th session - but apparently I lit up the rear commin through T3 & ended up being tossed off the bike. It seemed like a pretty bad situation from most angles (including mine) - but somehow I skated by with just a brusied finger and very minor damage to the bike.

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Sam - I think I might be the one that owes you the beer. Just to celebrate how well your high-side came out. Gla deverything turned out so well, and that you are ok. You were turning some hot laps there once you got comfortable on Monday.

John - Man you were ripping it up on that SV. Perfect lines, great form... I need to follow you around a lot more. Looking forward to Putnam.

Udog - Correction, I slipped out in 8, not 7, my mistake. Front wheel just let loose. Kinda weird the new A guy had the same thing happen to him not 6" from where I slipped out. Anyhow, Hernan and Ron were right behind me. Could be a combination of going in too hot, and trail braking... who knows. Hope to avoid that in the future. Bike is fine, I didn't even get a scratch.

Looking forward to Putnam.. going to look for the silver SV!

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...Just to celebrate how well your high-side came out..........
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