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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-10-2004, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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Track Riders How did you make out last year

How did you make out on your track goals this year.

I'm about 50/50

Here were my goals and how I did.


1) Decide on a method of how to ride the bike..

Things are a lot the same depending on what schools you go to
but there are differences,
for example
Weight inside foot or outside foot
flat foot outer peg or stay on toes.
go deeper in the corner and square it off a bit
or maintain a lot of corner speed....

This has gotten a little better but I'm still not 100% on one method.


2) get better safety gear

I picked up some vansons at the beginning of the year... definately not as cool looking as the ones I had before but they fit and are supposed to be some of the best safest out there.
some RS-Taichi gloves... similar to above.
and already had alpinestar supertechs

3) go to all the local tracks at least once
I always have a tough time the 1st day at the track figuring out which way it turns so I wanted to get this out of the way for all the tracks.

I did this.. well aside from autobaun

4) try to up my skill level from beginner to mid pack intermediate level.

I fell a little shy on this.... seems I fit pretty well at towards the rear of intermediate. (I haven't been back to nesba in awhile so I still have a B sticker there) and I was not able to make it to as many track days as I wanted.

Another part of this I'm having a hard time putting together.
If I concentrate on being smooth I'm still slow. if I start going at it more agressivly then I'm told I make the suspension move around too much.
(up and down from braking /on the gas transition)


How about you guys.. how did you make out ?


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I did 11 trackdays in 2004. Overall I think I did pretty well. I got bumped to Intermediate in April, and my times kept getting better.

Then it seems I hit a wall. I couldn't get my times lower than the 1:27xx. I'm sure it had a little to do with my crash, but I think I just need to keep pushing myself a little more.

One thing I did do was buy a custom fitted highly perforated 1 piece suit. That JR speedmaster suit gave great protection, but it fit me like sh*t and was incredibly hot. So I went with a Syed Leathers suit. I even designed the colors myself. A total custom job. I should have it by the end of the month.

Next year I'm going to keep trying to push myself more and more. I've decided to keep the 9R on the track and the 10R on the street.

We'll see how things go. I plan on doing about 1/2 the days I did this year. I've got other things I want to do, like travel.

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If anything I've probably gotten slower than I used to be. I enjoy being at the track. Although I'd like to be faster, I'm not sure I want to push more and take more chances. Perhaps I might do better if I road more in a single day but I don't normally ride more than two sessions.
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I didn't really set any goals for myself, but am happy with the season overall.
Made some new friends, got a dedicated track bike, improved my form, improved my times at BHF, and made it to NESBA "I" group. And all without crashing.

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I did three big tracks and two of our small rider course days, and all went well, I managed not to crash! I really didn't get any faster this summer, and I got to deal with the pain of watching others that were around my skill level or lower get better and surpass me. But in the end, I had lots of fun with firends!
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Disapointing year. I was not able to attend many days. And as such I probably took a couple steps back.

Hopefully next year is better.

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I'm glad I saw this thread. Being new to the track scene, I didn't start the season with alot of tangible or written goals, but the few I made, I acheived:

Main goal was to improve significantly with noticible changes in a variety of skills. I got bumped to "I" 3rd session of 2nd ever track day and times @ BHF got better each time out.

I've got plenty left to work on. I need to do a better job of relaxing and not try so hard to go fast. I need to become comfortable carrying a lot more corner speed. I would like to get the bump to A next season, which means I also need to be much more consistent in my lines and better at using reference points.

Another goal was to ride a few tracks and see what riding the track really has to offer. Got to Road America, BHF, & Putnam. Would like to see more next year.

Long story short, got hooked on riding track right away. Even more fun than I expected. Safer than I expected. Met some great friends along the way. I'll never race at any highly competitive level, but I think a good mid-range goal would be to get license in hand and start doing a few CCS events.
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I forgot .. about the race license.
I did get the certificate/voucher, but I never picked up the license... I think I'm going to do this the beginning of the year with CCS or maybe Wera as they are doing 2 races at Autobaun next season.... oh yeah.. probably the most important I managed to go through the season without getting injured or crashing...

I should really work on my physical condition as well..I'm getting way too round.

congrats to the guys that got the bumps to the next level.
seems like if you're having fun... being a little faster or slower is ok..
making friends at the track is really a blast.... its one of my favorite parts of the whole deal.

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I was only able to get one track day in.

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1. Don't crash
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3. Learn how to recognize the line and ride it( where to release the brakes and begin turning).
After I got that far I just started to go faster in the turns and really chew up my tires and scrping hard bits.
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I did something like 13 days this year. I got a little greedy with my goals and paid for it.

Got bumped to "I" first day of the year( 3rd full day of track riding). This immediately led me to believe I should be in "A" before the end of the year. Problem is, my suspension is all stock. 2 crashes and 10 TDs later, I was on the verge of getting into "A" when the 3rd crash happened. Oh well...each crash was a good lesson.

Spent thousands of dollars, screwed up my shoulder and trashed my bike, but god damn was it fun!

Goals for '05: New bike (lighter), ride 20+ days, get bumped to "A" by end of June, and crash less.

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My goals for track riding were pretty simple. GET TO THE TRACK, Learn how to ride faster, better, and don't crash. I think I acheived them all.

The track days were great, I had a lot of fun. I attended 3. 2 CLSB, and 1 NESBA. I had to leave early for 2 of them, so I got about 2 full days in. Last track day at BHF, I got bumped to "I" and thought I held my own. I wasn't the slowest, and definitly wasn't the fastest. Some of the faster guys in "I" were really flying! I need to do another NESBA day and let them officially make me an "I" rider, but I don't see that being a problem.

I need to learn how to stay on the gas longer/brake later, and get on the gas earlier through turns. Make my suspenion better, not that it limited me, that was me, but like the Grouch said, have my suspension set up for me. I have the good stuff, I just need to dial it in and understand what setting does what.

I will never race, so that's not a goal. I just want to ride FAST in a safe environment, meet new peeps, and most of all, Have Fun!

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Well, I didn't really have that many goals this year other than to get better riding generally. My main goal was to avoid crashing, and I missed it a little. I think that's one of the main problems I had, was not picking out particular things to work on, but on the other hand I had to get the general feel of things before I could start getting down to specifics.

Next year? I know I've got to work on keeping corner speed up (especially on turn 1, and it doesn't matter which track it's on). I've got to get more graceful about getting off the seat in turns, rather than snapping back and forth like I do. Got to get more confidence in my riding generally.

I've got to get a lap timer too, probably.

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*bump*

Racing-wise I did what I wanted to. Managed to not finish last in several races, couple top ten finishes and like..8th in Supertwins overall and 7th in LW Supersport. Next year we will see if the tortoise (me) can beat out the hare (LBK)

Crashing at the trackday sucked. Now I have to paint my tank since the dent went down to bare metal. No more cranberry red

I didn't do as many NESBA track days as I'd like to (still in B). I think I only did the two at Barber. I'm going to try and do some of the Autobahn days, maybe a BHF day to get the cobwebs out before race season starts.

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It was a good year

I got about 6 track days in on two tracks (mostly BHF but got to Gingerman too). Met lots of good people and did my first CLSB day. I crashed very late in the season at Gingerman (lowside), and hopefully learned from it.

MotoVid helped
Got a dedicated 600cc track bike so the 1000 is back in street duty only
Got to more than one track
Got a lap timer and started tracking on lap time improvmenets
HAD FUN and MET GOOD FOLKS!!!!

It was a good year!

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Racing-wise I did what I wanted to. Managed to not finish last in several races, couple top ten finishes and like..8th in Supertwins overall and 7th in LW Supersport. Next year we will see if the tortoise (me) can beat out the hare (LBK)
Next year is going to be fun, I expect Grover to be pushing me and battling it out with him for positions.

By the way Matt, Julian, John and a few others all got bump to expert, so 2005 should be interesting.
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Next year is going to be fun, I expect Grover to be pushing me and battling it out with him for positions.

By the way Matt, Julian, John and a few others all got bump to expert, so 2005 should be interesting.

no kidding. I just saw the CCS schedule. ANOTHER birthday weekend at the track, but I have to miss that first double points BHF weekend and probably the first Autobahn weekend.

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Dave - did I NOT see your name on the bump list???

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Dave, you DAWG! Looks like Grovie and I are gonna have to tag-team ya GOOD!

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Next year is going to be fun, I expect Grover to be pushing me and battling it out with him for positions.
Don't forgot me. I'll be on a lightweight next year too!!

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125 isn't it Jeff? Isn't that ULTRALIGHT? Running two classes on it? Cool.

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