I'm really interested in bettering my cornering skills, body position, and the visual aspect of looking more into my turns. I've heard many good things about CSS and figure why not go ahead and get started now that I'm in the U.S. again. There's so many things I would like to work on I would be naming things all day
I'm actually going to use my bike for the Level I & II at Barber, because I think it helps to actually ride my own bike. I will learn more about my bike and get more comfortable with it. I've rode with tons of people in Okinawa and always find myself being the slow guy. I think its the correct part of my brain telling me, "Hey, slow down a car/truck could pull out of any of these blind corners". That's why I feel the track is the place where I will finally be able to relax more and ride my bike like it was designed to be ridden.