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  1. The first thing I noticed is, he is really relaxed on the bike and like wise with the controls. He gets his braking done while upright except for a few corners. He also does not let the dragging of hard parts spook him off of his line, so he is also confident. Almost too confident as he was very close to a high side at one point. His upper body seems tight at lean which effects his body having a bit of that dirt bike body twist.
  2. Cobie, I certainly understand the commitment to get trained to a specific standard. Appreciate the feedback. Thank You
  3. Jaybird, I ride with a very small group of smart skilled riders who understand boundaries and street limitations. One guy is 100% track and plans to take Level 4 this year if all goes well. We are a well mixed bag of fruit, lololol with the addition of a new rider with less than 18 months of total experience who is planned for level 1 in May @ VIR. I have to agree with your VIR comment! Love that place, but I have not been on it since Sept of 2011. If this virus gets settled down enough for people to get back to work, I well definitely be doing a track walk Sunday before dark! That is pretty cool to know you coached your son to a championship.Life always seems to disrupt the best laid plans!
  4. Hey there! Just getting back her to check things, so sorry for the late response. Honestly, NJMP is not a track I frequent. So you get your bike back together after your get-off? T1 there can suck you in pretty easily, if you are not on your game...
  5. Another question for you. In the event a household primary provider is furloughed, and cannot make the event due to a 60% cut in household income, how will refunds/credits be handled being this withdrawal is not of our doing? Will we get full refunds or will it be pro-rated as written in the initial agreement we signed and returned? Thank You
  6. Very well informed piece. Thank You
  7. A lot covered with minimal words! Thank You
  8. A lot of good info in there regarding RPs, establishing and using them correctly to improve. And wow, 64 different visual exercises!! Thank You
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