Hey guys, kinda new to the forum, have been browsing around for a while, but never really posted, so here's to my first post!
So I've been into bikes ever since I was a kid, and have seriously considered learning how to ride, and have even gone out and bought me a Kat 600 to learn on that I just have sitting in my garage till I can take the MSF (which won't be too long hopefully) And yeah, so everything seemed to be all fine and dandy, planned on taking the MSF late Feb/March-ish (or whenever the earliest date I can book), learn for a bit on my Kat, get my license, learn a bit more and then move on up to the bigger toys, but then I realized...I'm still a kid...insurance is going to kill me!..
I'm only 17, going on to be 18 in May. Yeah, I'm a youngin, therefore I'm stupid so I get to pay inane insurance rates, yay!
My question is, as stupid as it may sound, is insurance required for track days? If insurance rates seem too high for me (and they seem like they are going to be after getting a couple quotes for more than just liability), I'm considering just riding track for a while till I get old enough and not have to pay double the worth of my bike in less than a year for insurance.
Forgive me for my newbness..but we all gots to start somewhere right?