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Talking First Track Day, Road America 4/20

I got back from Road America last night and hot damn did I have a great time. I followed people's advice, and had a control rider, Carol, help me get situated. It was a little scary though because I think there were 5 guys who dropped their bikes in the Beginner/Intro class in the first 2 sessions (there were only 12 of us on the entire 4+ mile track at a given time... SWEET!), that scared me but I ended up doing fine. I was capable of much more than I had expected, I really got the Speed Four down on the side (in the good way... ), my chicken strips have gone from 3/4 of an inch of untouched rubber to 1mm of not burned-up tire... crazy. Road America is a great track but as some of you all pointed out, that main stretch that runs by the paddocks gets pretty windy with a naked bike.

I met a lot of really cool people too, Carol was a huge help as a control rider, a doctor helped me unload my bike, he rides a sweet Ducati 999 (Advanced: 374) and a bunch of Triumph guys all of whom were helpful.

Anyway, if there are any people out there who are considering running a track day for the first time, do it. If nothing else, you'll leave with more confidence in the bike than you previously thought possible. It's also really not that expensive, I rented a van from Enterprise for $50, used some tape on the lights, pulled some fuses, dialed in the suspension and was good to go. The only part that sucked was waking up at 4:00am to get to R/A on time...

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Right after Tech, about 8am



Two shots of the paddock


Right after my first session, pre-sunburn


Going home, the camera just had enough juice for one more shot


My digital camera ran out of batteries, so I went out and grabbed a disposable camera for the track shots that I will post when I get them back from the developer and get scanned.

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oh, it's my bike I never took it to the track, didn't have room on the trailer for two bikes.

Carol is a great CR for a first track day. I spent almost an entire summer with her, probably 6 or 8 track days total. I'm a slow learner.

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Good to hear you had a great time! Hopefully I can make it out there soon.

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It was a Doctor Lee, I forgot his first name though. Really nice and helpful guy.

Grover, I changed the suspension after a my first few days of street riding, making it a little softer except preload. For the track I put all the settings to one click (one less click, I guess) harder than the recommended "firmer" setting. Those settings are based on a 150-170 lbs man and I'm a little bigger than that but it worked out well. It was funny, there were 4 different guys who came up to me and asked if that was your old bike, it's nice to be recognizable.

I'm thinking that hitting up Autobahn during some upcoming weekend would be really fun and close by too, maybe Blackhawk. I know I'm going to get in at least one more this Spring/Summer.

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It was funny, there were 4 different guys who came up to me and asked if that was your old bike, it's nice to be recognizable.

I rode that thing to ONE Blackhawk farms trackday to visit last year (maybe the year before that). Funny how they remember it. Maybe they were CLSB members .

I still got a picture of it in my cube at work.

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That's cool. His name is Joe. Really good guy. He won just about every Amateur super twins race last year before he highsided at autobahn last year.
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That's cool. His name is Joe. Really good guy. He won just about every Amateur super twins race last year before he highsided at autobahn last year.

That's what he was telling me, I didn't realize that bike could race in that many classes, he named off like 4 or 5 different ones. He said he ended up placing in second because of that crash, that's a shitty deal but there's always next year. He was having clutch slippage problems, loaded up the bike and went to a Duc dealer, got it fixed and was back in an hour... that probably wasn't a cheap little pit stop.

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no mention of thanks to CSLB for the trackday hookup or to EMR for the drink recipe?! For shame!

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They were probably just shocked to see Chris's bike actually going fast for once.

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They were probably just shocked to see Chris's bike actually going fast for once.

Ouch..oh shit..dude, just wait until the next dirt outing..I suggest a full face helmet with shield. And I'll try to find a place with lots of rocks!

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Congrats on a successful first track day. You looked good out there. I was riding beginner on the yellow duc. I looked around the pits but never saw where you were pitted. Hope to meet up with you at blackhawk in a few weeks.
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Congrats on your first track day! RA was awesome, I wish we would have had a chance to meet. I met quite a few CLSBers for the first time up there.

Great time, that's for sure.

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Dammit SmartDrug...I saw you out there every time we lined up, but never realized that it was you. Sorry man

Carol is great to work with She's helped me out quite a bit too.

This is what I was riding...I was pitted just down the hill from the NESBA trailer. Wish we could have met up. I got my bump to "I" on the last session on the 20th. Peter (green ZX-10) shown putin my new sticker on... drug my ass around the track at what he called "a slow "A" pace...wow...what a ride at that speed.
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I saw you out there too, nice looking GSXR man! I wasn't sure if you were CLSB though, as someone suggested on another thread, we should pit together next time. Rich, I saw you too during the first or second session when we were lined up but didn't want to use my horn and didn't catch your eye. The weather was perfect, cool enough to keep me from sweating but warm enough for the tires to do their job.

Rich, was it faster in terms of corners, later braking or just hammering the throttle out of corners? I didn't catch enough spectator time to see the Advanced or Intermediate guy running, just the front straight.

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Congrats on the bump man! It was good to meet ya. See ya at teh next event.

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The only thing I noticed was that you need to hang off the bike. I remember coming up on you in the carousel and thinking you were at the edge of your tires and sitting straight up and down. When you get to see the pics that slider photo took, they should help out alot. I remember thinking I was hanging off alot when I started, and seeing the photos set me straight.
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Hey, glad you had a great time. I saw you Thursday morning riding over to tech, but didnt see you again. You must have been pitted pretty far down the front straight. I was right next to the Track Addix trailer: red/black 636 #611.

Its too bad I didnt get to meet any of the other CLSB guys, but Im sure Ill see you guys at Blackhawk on the 13th.
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I'll tell you what, since I had a few people come by and say hi from time to time from CLSB, I'll give you a meeting place. Saturday at lunch, come and find me. Gold Excursion, 32' white trailer (triple axle) should be easy to find.

I'll make sure to bring plenty of beer for a 5pm get together with the CLSBers. (more beer welcome).

If we can pit together, try to find me. We usually pit close to the black NESBA trailer.

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The only thing I noticed was that you need to hang off the bike. I remember coming up on you in the carousel and thinking you were at the edge of your tires and sitting straight up and down. When you get to see the pics that slider photo took, they should help out alot. I remember thinking I was hanging off alot when I started, and seeing the photos set me straight.
As far as speed, That will come with time. Just concentrate on your tecnique and the speed will come.

Thanks for the advice Rich! I have a feeling that the sliderphoto pics will help too. Brian (with the beautiful new Daytona 675) let me borrow one of his really nice track suits for the day as I didn't have one that was a full circumference (spelling?). I have a really large torso and I didn't want to stretch the suit so I kept as compact as possible. I felt like I was getting off the side during the carosel, but I am fairly certain that even an inexpensive custom fitting suit will help me out here.

-VTEC, I was about 3/4 the way down the front straight next to Dr. Lee and about 300 feet from the VESRAH trailer.

-Wink, I couldn't find that Excursion to save my life, I rode around the whole pit more than a few times looking for it, what were you near?

I'm loaded now, sorry if this sounds disconnected, goodnight all!

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-Wink, I couldn't find that Excursion to save my life, I rode around the whole pit more than a few times looking for it, what were you near?
I was right next to the NESBA Trailer. When you were in the riders meeting you were right in front of my trailer. Next time, no worries. Just look for the triple axle white trailer, probably easier to find.

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