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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-29-2007, 10:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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Packing for the Track Check List

I thought I saw a similar thread but did a search and couldn't find one. So figured I'd start a list of all the things you NEED to bring for a track day and then all the things that make a track day nicer :-) Please copy and paste the below list so it’s accumulative in case someone would like to print it out as a check list for when they pack....


NECESSITY
Bike
Leathers
Gloves
Helmet
Boots
Back Protector
Gas Can

LUXURY/OPTIONAL
Canopy
Chairs
Tire Warmers
Under Armour
Chest Protector
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Meech, I posted a thread with all this info back at the end of 2005. I'll look for it tomorrow for ya. Tons of crap you can carry.. I carry most of it... LOL!

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Meech, I posted a thread with all this info back at the end of 2005. I'll look for it tomorrow for ya. Tons of crap you can carry.. I carry most of it... LOL!
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dont think i saw this on winks list, i know it was on mine and a few other guys.
same apply to women too.

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dont think i saw this on winks list, i know it was on mine and a few other guys.
same apply to women too.

CONDOMS!!
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dont think i saw this on winks list, i know it was on mine and a few other guys.
same apply to women too.

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hey i know who you are talking about. but i am setting the record straight, i had nothing to do with that shit.

also i wasn't referring to man sex "you 1 track minded man you"



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CHECK!!!



oh almost forgot, baby whips or wet naps, any track you go the bathroom is a WALK and a 1/2.

for guys a simple wet nap clean up "wiping/twist while you roll is a 30 second fix till you can take a shower" but for the ladies i am sure its must worse of a clean up. in fact i am DAM SURE it is



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Here is the original post from gkotlin. I copied it over to another forum but it was originally from here. A little more stuff and dollar costs added.

In recent years, sportbike enthusiasts have taken trackday riding to new levels. We all have questions, we all have concerns, we all have budgets, but we all share a common goal - to get our bikes in the arena they are meant for; The track!

A friend of mine created the list below and I have modified it. I feel there is ample information on here for trackday enthusiasts - beginner and advanced alike. By the way, I have seen riders show up wearing their gear, riding their bike, remove a couple of fuses, tape the turn signals, head and taillights, remove the mirrors and hit the track. This is what and all you need to do. This list is here in case you want to take it to the next level and beyond.

In red, you will see commentary on price and other notables. The prices are obviously from a low range to a high range. This is meant to offer the beginner an idea of what expenses the rest of us have paid to maintain our obsession.

If any of you have any other suggestions, please post them and I will update the list accordingly. Otherwise, print this out and keep it in your gear bag as a reminder on what you need or should do prior to and after a trackday. Safe riding

Items to check before a track day

Lower:
Front axle bolt tight.
Fork pinch bolts tight.
Brake caliper bolts tights.
Brake pads not worn to depth indicators.
Brake pistons clean and no leaking fluid.
Fork seals good and no leaks (inspect the legs for bug debris and rock dings, keep clean).
Tires have sufficient tread and in good wear condition (no cracks from winter storage or dry rot 230.00 – 350.00 set).
Wheel weights present and taped in place.
Valve caps present (Use metal valve stems and caps 8.00pair).
Oil filter tight and not leaking (safety wired if necessary).
Oil level is good.
No oil leaking from drain plug (safety wired if necessary).
Coolant levels are correct (Filled with distilled water or Water Wetter instead of antifreeze if you can).
Frame sliders are in good condition and tight.

Upper:
Verify the front brake lever retainer nut is present (safety wire).
Brake fluid is clean and level is correct.
Adjust brake and clutch levers for your riding style / position.
Ensure bolts for clip-ons and control levers are tight.
Be sure the entire range of brake lever travel is clear of throttle cables.
Make sure brake lever is not spongy and does not contact the throttle grip, if so, bleed brakes.
Check throttle cable nuts.
Ensure throttle rotates freely without binding and SNAPS back to idle position when released.
Recommended to safety wire grips (they do get loose when wet).
Squeeze and hold the brake lever tight for a minute, then inspect all brake line joints and bolts for fluid leaks.
Windscreen clean.
Engine kill switch is working correctly.
Turn front forks to full stop both directions. Feel for steering stem bearing play.
Ensure that when turned to full stop, there is enough room for your hand or thumbs to pull clear of the grips and the tank or fairings.
Check to ensure that clip-ons are tight.

Rear:
Brake fluid clean and level is correct.
Rear brake pads are not worn to indicators.
Hold rear brake lever and inspect lines and joints for leaks.
Shifter and brake levers adjusted for your boots and riding style.
Brake lever is not bent or obstructed.
Shift lever is not bent or obstructed. Linkage bolts tight.
Shift shaft seal is not leaking (where it enters the engine or transmission)
Front sprocket bolt tight and teeth are not worn or cupped.

Other:
Chain has sufficient free play, 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 in (Even with a load on the rear. Have a friend sit on the bike).
Chain is lubed and master link is intact.
Pull on chain at the rear sprocket straight out the back of the bike; You should not be able to see the dish of the sprocket teeth.
Rearsets are adjusted for comfort and riding style.
Rearset bolts are all tight and control mounting bolts are tight.
Exhaust bolts and springs are intact and tight.
Make sure safety pin, keeper, or cotter pin is through rear axle nut (if necessary).
Recommended to drill and safety pin the rear axle bolt.
Check frame sliders to ensure tightly mounted.

When your event is over, clean your bike! Visually inspect everything and keep it clean. Look for leaks and keep an eye on seals and shafts for build up.

Riding Gear:
Helmet (175.00 / 575.00).Visor clean, not loose and flip mechanism operates smoothly.
No scratches or cracks from previous crashes. When in doubt, get it tested or replaced. If it hit the pavement or is older than five years, buy new.
Chin straps tight not frayed and clips are good.
Glasses (if applicable).
Spine protector (100.00+).
Boots (175.00+).
Toe sliders – replace if needed.
Soles aren't worn through from pegs.
Gloves (75.00+).
No holes and stitching isn't loose.
Jacket / pants or suits (175.00 up to $$$$$ – eBay is your friend here).
No holes and stitching isn't loose.
Armor installed and secured where applicable.
Zippers operate smoothly and properly.
Knee sliders installed and have material on them (30.00 pair).
Foul weather gear.

Spares and Equipment:
Any backup or spare gear listed above.
Make a list with the torque values of items commonly changed.
ie. caliper bolts, axle bolts, pinch bolts etc.
Bodywork is secure (350.00 – 650.00 set, did I mention eBay).
Tools (whatever your tool kit consists of – Harbor Freight).
Tire gauge (buy a good one – 15.00+).
Spare bike parts or crash replacement parts, subframes, clipons, windscreens sliders.
Case covers (optional, but recommended; 65.00 – 300.00).
Spare bolts and nuts (if you replace items on your bike, keep ALL bolts).
Engine oil for top off (8.00qt +).
Brake fluid for top off (5.00 pint +).
Coolant or water/water wetter for top off.
Gas cans and additional fuel (5gal cans 7.50 – 29.99).Lap timer (150.00+).
Front and rear pit stands or chocks (125.00 – 300.00 pair).
Tire warmers (150.00 – 500.00).
Generator (150.00+++ depending on wattage and model).
Ignition key.
Chain lube (8.00+).
Control cable lube (7.00+).Cleaners for bike, windscreen and helmet visor (sales at autoparts store).
Clean rags or cloths for cleaning and wiping (buy in bulk).
Waterless hand cleaner or handy rags (buy in bulk).Extra safety pins or safety wire (pocket change for additional safety).
Air compressor or tire pump (99.00+).
Spare brake pads (If you upgraded for track, keep OEM pads for back-ups).
Spare tires, wheels or rain tires (Once again, eBay is your friend $ - $$$$$$).
Extra chains or sprockets (different gearing for different tracks).
Pen and paper to note suspension changes and other notes.
Duct tape / Zip Ties.
Spare fuses.
Directions to the track and track maps if you like.
Hotel reservations or camping / sleeping gear.
Canopy (99.00 – 250.00).
Folding Chairs (9.99+).
Cooler for lunch and water/power aide supply.

Transportation to the track (if you do not ride your bike)
Trailer: Open or Enclosed ($$ - $$$$$$$$).
Tire pressures for car and trailer.
Brake lights.
Tie-Down Straps (personally I recommend Ancra Straps 26.00+pair).
Wheel Chock (110.00 +).
Ensure all trailer connections are connected and secured.
Make sure everything on your list is loaded!

Yearly Service:
Forks – seals, oil, valves.
Shock – knuckle, seals, valves.
Plugs.
Synchronize Fuel Injectors or Adjust Carbs.
Clean air filter (K&N, BMC 75.00+)(Make friends with local mechanic or buy/download service manual)
Battery – voltage (battery tender is your friend $35.00+).
Keep tires off concrete for extended periods of time – especially if you reside in areas where there is cold weather and an off-season.

Go out – have a great day! Come back home, and work on budget for next weekend : )

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honda spray cleaner and polish
water, gatorade, etc.

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I keep everything in bins now so I don't have to repack every time. Then before I leave the driveway, I make a final quick check.

Jacket, helmet, boots, gloves, bike and ignition key.

Everything else is a luxury. Can't ride without those items.

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Meech, I posted a thread with all this info back at the end of 2005. I'll look for it tomorrow for ya. Tons of crap you can carry.. I carry most of it... LOL!
Wink is the king of prep and packing...he knows everything you may need...even if you decide to go cross country lol

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Although I'd modify this at this point, here is the thread that I was talking about. I like the list that Greg had as well.

https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...hlight=Packing

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Wink's Track Day Packing List

Track Bike -
Bike KEY!! (wired to bike) Take spare key as well.
Lap Timer (and extra batteries)
Pit Bikes
Spare Track Bike (LOL!)

Track Clothing -
Leathers (1 Piece Preferred)
Track Boots
Gauntlet Gloves
Back Protector
UnderArmor
Helmet
Helmet Extra (if you have it)
Visors (Clear & Dark)
Socks (wicking)

After Track Clothing –
T-shirts, sweatshirts, shorts, jeans, towels

Trailer -
Trailer Lock
Chocks for Trailer
Loops/Canyon Dancer
Tie Down Straps
Broom
Small Trash Can

Tire Care –
Pit Bull Front Stand
Pit Bull Rear Stand
Chickenhawks (Tire Warmers)
Tire Pressure Gauge
Tread Depth Gauge
Air Compressor
Air Hose
Air Schrader Head Attachment
Spare Air canister

General Supplies -
2-3 Gas Cans (Full for Weekend)
Oil
Water Wetter
Distilled Water
Velcro
Zip ties
Electrical tape
Painters Tape (Blue)
Duct tape (colors)
Tarp (rain cover)


Tools –
Safety Wire (Advanced)
Safety Wire Pliers (Advanced)
Safety Wire Cutters
Torque Wrench
Wheel Calipers (alignment)
Suspension Tuner
Cordless Drill & Bits
Metric Socket & Wrench Set
Metric Hex Key Set
Hammer (when all else fails!)
Tool Box - General Items, screwdrivers, etc...

Electrical -
Battery Charger
QuickJump Battery Pack
Generator (ultra-quiet)
Extension Cords
Power Strips
Lights
Flashlight
Spare fuses
Multi-Outlet Plugs

Bike Spares –
Clip-ons and levers.
Rear sets/shifter/rear brake.
Tires (Carry at least one extra set or use the trackside tire vendor)
Rain Tires (yes, it DOES rain in the US)
Spare Track Bike Parts
Spare Nuts, Bolts, Screws
Spare Front Brake Pads
Brake Fluid
Brake Bleeder Kit

Cleaning Items –
Windex
Paper Towels
Soft Towels
Honda Polish
Rag Bag
Trash Bags
Goo Gone

Resources –
Track Bike Owners Manual
Track Bike Service Manual
Track Maps
NESBA Guide
Whiteboard/dry-erase markers (handy for capturing additions to your list)
Pen, Notebook


Food Things –
Cooler
Ice (lots of ice)
Igloo Drink Cooler
Plastic Cups
Gatorade
Dried Fruit
Water
Pop
Snack food
Lunch Foods
Grill
Napkins
Beer (after track closes)
Bottle Opener
Cork Screw
Cash

Relaxing –
Folding Chairs
EZ-Up Tent
Massage Attendant (HOT!)
Sleeping Bag/Pillow
Pad to sleep on
Blankets (Pack/Relaxing)
Electric Fan


Extra Niceties-
Video Camera
Video Camera Bike Mount
Spare Tapes
Spare Batteries
Digital Camera
Tunes
FRS Radios

And Of Course –
Friends/Family
HOT Umbrella Girl(s)...

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Wink's Track Day Packing List

Track Bike -
Bike KEY!! (wired to bike) Take spare key as well.
Lap Timer (and extra batteries)
Pit Bikes
Spare Track Bike (LOL!)

Track Clothing -
Leathers (1 Piece Preferred)
Track Boots
Gauntlet Gloves
Back Protector
UnderArmor
Helmet
Helmet Extra (if you have it)
Visors (Clear & Dark)
Socks (wicking)

After Track Clothing –
T-shirts, sweatshirts, shorts, jeans, towels

Trailer -
Trailer Lock
Chocks for Trailer
Loops/Canyon Dancer
Tie Down Straps
Broom
Small Trash Can

Tire Care –
Pit Bull Front Stand
Pit Bull Rear Stand
Chickenhawks (Tire Warmers)
Tire Pressure Gauge
Tread Depth Gauge
Air Compressor
Air Hose
Air Schrader Head Attachment
Spare Air canister

General Supplies -
2-3 Gas Cans (Full for Weekend)
Oil
Water Wetter
Distilled Water
Velcro
Zip ties
Electrical tape
Painters Tape (Blue)
Duct tape (colors)
Tarp (rain cover)


Tools –
Safety Wire (Advanced)
Safety Wire Pliers (Advanced)
Safety Wire Cutters
Torque Wrench
Wheel Calipers (alignment)
Suspension Tuner
Cordless Drill & Bits
Metric Socket & Wrench Set
Metric Hex Key Set
Hammer (when all else fails!)
Tool Box - General Items, screwdrivers, etc...

Electrical -
Battery Charger
QuickJump Battery Pack
Generator (ultra-quiet)
Extension Cords
Power Strips
Lights
Flashlight
Spare fuses
Multi-Outlet Plugs

Bike Spares –
Clip-ons and levers.
Rear sets/shifter/rear brake.
Tires (Carry at least one extra set or use the trackside tire vendor)
Rain Tires (yes, it DOES rain in the US)
Spare Track Bike Parts
Spare Nuts, Bolts, Screws
Spare Front Brake Pads
Brake Fluid
Brake Bleeder Kit

Cleaning Items –
Windex
Paper Towels
Soft Towels
Honda Polish
Rag Bag
Trash Bags
Goo Gone

Resources –
Track Bike Owners Manual
Track Bike Service Manual
Track Maps
NESBA Guide
Whiteboard/dry-erase markers (handy for capturing additions to your list)
Pen, Notebook


Food Things –
Cooler
Ice (lots of ice)
Igloo Drink Cooler
Plastic Cups
Gatorade
Dried Fruit
Water
Pop
Snack food
Lunch Foods
Grill
Napkins
Beer (after track closes)
Bottle Opener
Cork Screw
Cash

Relaxing –
Folding Chairs
EZ-Up Tent
Massage Attendant (HOT!)
Sleeping Bag/Pillow
Pad to sleep on
Blankets (Pack/Relaxing)
Electric Fan


Extra Niceties-
Video Camera
Video Camera Bike Mount
Spare Tapes
Spare Batteries
Digital Camera
Tunes
FRS Radios

And Of Course –
Friends/Family
HOT Umbrella Girl(s)...
And a friend with a HUGE RV to tote all that stuff.

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Yeah ...some dude brings tranny porn,
first off, that was "Tranny Suprise" Porn.. you dont know its a dude till BAM theres a big giant cock staring you in the face!



















and i NEVER go to the track without it.

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