Thanx for the info. I'm 24 and have owned a sportbike since 16. Will be doing my first track day this spring!!
The crazy part is when you find out how much width and space you have on track vs canyon, you'll wonder why you're risking your life and ? whether or not you should be pushing hard in the canyons.GSX-R 750 said:
I'm going to my first track day ever on April 18th at Streets of Willow.http://www.mtctrackday.com/
I've been riding since August of 2005. I have a 2005 GSX-R 750. I've only put 5,000 miles on my bike, mostly canyon riding through LA Crest, Molhulland, and Ojai. I'm still a totalthough. It's cool, i'm 29 and always ride within my limits. I just started getting confortable with leaning off the bike. I realized how much easier it is to turn with your ass of the seat.
anyways. My bike is in excellent condition. All I have to do to my bike I guess is tape up the lights and take of my plate, and fill her up. I'll probably go buy a K&N air filter and get an oil change before I go as well.
Thanks for everyones advice. I can't wait
You wanna see how much of ai am. go to http://www.gotcanyons.net/luis.htm that's me with 4,000 miles riding experience. It totaly shows.
you can go stock to a track day.. as long as you tape up your lights and unplug them.... but check out the rules at your local tracksMotoJackal said:what track requires race body work for a track day?..or safety wire for that matter?
i know of assosiations that require saftey wire etc for the race group but not for guys in beginner/intermediate...