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I was wondering if I will be able to bring my gear in Friday evening for Saturday May 31 school at Barber. I would like to set up in the paddock.

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I was wondering if I will be able to bring my gear in Friday evening for Saturday May 31 school at Barber. I would like to set up in the paddock.

 

Hey Fossilfuel, did you find anything out about this. I'd be interested in setting up Friday as well.

 

This will be my first class and am not quite sure how things work. Do we need to set up in the paddock? Should I bring an ez-up, stand, gas, tools etc.

 

Topher56

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I was wondering if I will be able to bring my gear in Friday evening for Saturday May 31 school at Barber. I would like to set up in the paddock.

 

Hey Fossilfuel, did you find anything out about this. I'd be interested in setting up Friday as well.

 

This will be my first class and am not quite sure how things work. Do we need to set up in the paddock? Should I bring an ez-up, stand, gas, tools etc.

 

Topher56

 

Here is the deal......First of all don't try calling Barber or Zoom to find out anything.....Secondly, the way it works is you have to get to the office next to the gate to sign in between 18:30 and 21:00 on Friday to sign in and get a wrist band. Once you have a wrist band you can go in and out 24 hours a day if the same rules apply as do on track event weekends....If you are going to stay on the grounds, you can sleep in your camper, your truck, the trunk of your car or in a sleeping bag on the ground but no tents in the paddock area, no cooking with charcoal, propane or natural gas only. If you want to pitch a tent, camp grounds only or like a friend did setting up his tent in the back of his pickup in the paddock.

The second level has restrooms, showers, gas pumps, and electricity. You will need a standard 120v 20a plug or a 125V 30A TT-30P, or a 125/250V 50A 14-50P for the electrical stations on the West side second level..If you need power on the first level you have to get a converter box $$$$ and run you cable across the pit area ( a royal pain). If you blow a breaker you have to walk down the fence line to the gate back down to you plug and back out again not so bad if you have a pit bike.

If I bring my bike which I do for Barber, I bring stands, ez-up, tire warmers, tool box extra this extra that....The ez-up is a great idea for storing your bike at night and in case it rains.

Once you start the class you will be on the track or in class all day....but a nice cold one after a hard day under your ez-up is great...I hope this helps. Barber is an unbelievable venue and you will learn a great deal at CSS..

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I was wondering if I will be able to bring my gear in Friday evening for Saturday May 31 school at Barber. I would like to set up in the paddock.

 

Hey Fossilfuel, did you find anything out about this. I'd be interested in setting up Friday as well.

 

This will be my first class and am not quite sure how things work. Do we need to set up in the paddock? Should I bring an ez-up, stand, gas, tools etc.

 

Topher56

 

Here is the deal......First of all don't try calling Barber or Zoom to find out anything.....Secondly, the way it works is you have to get to the office next to the gate to sign in between 18:30 and 21:00 on Friday to sign in and get a wrist band. Once you have a wrist band you can go in and out 24 hours a day if the same rules apply as do on track event weekends....If you are going to stay on the grounds, you can sleep in your camper, your truck, the trunk of your car or in a sleeping bag on the ground but no tents in the paddock area, no cooking with charcoal, propane or natural gas only. If you want to pitch a tent, camp grounds only or like a friend did setting up his tent in the back of his pickup in the paddock.

The second level has restrooms, showers, gas pumps, and electricity. You will need a standard 120v 20a plug or a 125V 30A TT-30P, or a 125/250V 50A 14-50P for the electrical stations on the West side second level..If you need power on the first level you have to get a converter box $$$$ and run you cable across the pit area ( a royal pain). If you blow a breaker you have to walk down the fence line to the gate back down to you plug and back out again not so bad if you have a pit bike.

If I bring my bike which I do for Barber, I bring stands, ez-up, tire warmers, tool box extra this extra that....The ez-up is a great idea for storing your bike at night and in case it rains.

Once you start the class you will be on the track or in class all day....but a nice cold one after a hard day under your ez-up is great...I hope this helps. Barber is an unbelievable venue and you will learn a great deal at CSS..

 

 

Thanks for the info Fossilfuel. I'll be getting there Friday afternoon if all goes well. I'll set up and EZ-Up drop off the bike and head to the Hotel for the night.

 

Toph

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I was wondering if I will be able to bring my gear in Friday evening for Saturday May 31 school at Barber. I would like to set up in the paddock.

 

Hey Fossilfuel, did you find anything out about this. I'd be interested in setting up Friday as well.

 

This will be my first class and am not quite sure how things work. Do we need to set up in the paddock? Should I bring an ez-up, stand, gas, tools etc.

 

Topher56

 

Here is the deal......First of all don't try calling Barber or Zoom to find out anything.....Secondly, the way it works is you have to get to the office next to the gate to sign in between 18:30 and 21:00 on Friday to sign in and get a wrist band. Once you have a wrist band you can go in and out 24 hours a day if the same rules apply as do on track event weekends....If you are going to stay on the grounds, you can sleep in your camper, your truck, the trunk of your car or in a sleeping bag on the ground but no tents in the paddock area, no cooking with charcoal, propane or natural gas only. If you want to pitch a tent, camp grounds only or like a friend did setting up his tent in the back of his pickup in the paddock.

The second level has restrooms, showers, gas pumps, and electricity. You will need a standard 120v 20a plug or a 125V 30A TT-30P, or a 125/250V 50A 14-50P for the electrical stations on the West side second level..If you need power on the first level you have to get a converter box $$$$ and run you cable across the pit area ( a royal pain). If you blow a breaker you have to walk down the fence line to the gate back down to you plug and back out again not so bad if you have a pit bike.

If I bring my bike which I do for Barber, I bring stands, ez-up, tire warmers, tool box extra this extra that....The ez-up is a great idea for storing your bike at night and in case it rains.

Once you start the class you will be on the track or in class all day....but a nice cold one after a hard day under your ez-up is great...I hope this helps. Barber is an unbelievable venue and you will learn a great deal at CSS..

 

 

Thanks for the info Fossilfuel. I'll be getting there Friday afternoon if all goes well. I'll set up and EZ-Up drop off the bike and head to the Hotel for the night.

 

Toph

 

Go by and check to see if they will let you in earlier than 18:30? Maybe? I am going to do the same. Look me up. I will be towing a CBR1000RR and CBR600RR.

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Cool, I'll do that. Can't wait.

 

 

 

I was wondering if I will be able to bring my gear in Friday evening for Saturday May 31 school at Barber. I would like to set up in the paddock.

 

Hey Fossilfuel, did you find anything out about this. I'd be interested in setting up Friday as well.

 

This will be my first class and am not quite sure how things work. Do we need to set up in the paddock? Should I bring an ez-up, stand, gas, tools etc.

 

Topher56

 

Here is the deal......First of all don't try calling Barber or Zoom to find out anything.....Secondly, the way it works is you have to get to the office next to the gate to sign in between 18:30 and 21:00 on Friday to sign in and get a wrist band. Once you have a wrist band you can go in and out 24 hours a day if the same rules apply as do on track event weekends....If you are going to stay on the grounds, you can sleep in your camper, your truck, the trunk of your car or in a sleeping bag on the ground but no tents in the paddock area, no cooking with charcoal, propane or natural gas only. If you want to pitch a tent, camp grounds only or like a friend did setting up his tent in the back of his pickup in the paddock.

The second level has restrooms, showers, gas pumps, and electricity. You will need a standard 120v 20a plug or a 125V 30A TT-30P, or a 125/250V 50A 14-50P for the electrical stations on the West side second level..If you need power on the first level you have to get a converter box $$$$ and run you cable across the pit area ( a royal pain). If you blow a breaker you have to walk down the fence line to the gate back down to you plug and back out again not so bad if you have a pit bike.

If I bring my bike which I do for Barber, I bring stands, ez-up, tire warmers, tool box extra this extra that....The ez-up is a great idea for storing your bike at night and in case it rains.

Once you start the class you will be on the track or in class all day....but a nice cold one after a hard day under your ez-up is great...I hope this helps. Barber is an unbelievable venue and you will learn a great deal at CSS..

 

 

Thanks for the info Fossilfuel. I'll be getting there Friday afternoon if all goes well. I'll set up and EZ-Up drop off the bike and head to the Hotel for the night.

 

Toph

 

Go by and check to see if they will let you in earlier than 18:30? Maybe? I am going to do the same. Look me up. I will be towing a CBR1000RR and CBR600RR.

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