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Waiting for the confirmation, but I should be attending the June 13 SOW class; level 1. I've been riding for about 8 years, during which I have learned a few things. Recently I started riding with faster and more experienced riders (some of which ya'll probably know), who have passed alone some pointers.

 

I don't think I have too many engrained habits - I've changed/tried new things over the past few months, which have increased my confidence and stability while turning - but I need more. I hope after level 1, I will have better skills: turning stability and confidence being the 2 most important.

 

Last year I did my first trackday (at Streets coincidently). I'm hoping for more this year and within the next 12 months trying wsmc.

 

See ya in a few months,

Josh

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Howdy. The ###### economy has snatched the CSS from my grasp, but I want to attend ASAP. I have plenty of bad habits, but consider myself a fast learner, and take in information pretty quickly when it's something that I'm this interested in. Good luck. I have no doubt that you're going to improve. Can't wait to do it myself.

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Hi Josh and welcome,

 

Great, look forard to seeing you at the school in June. I occassionally get chewed out for NOT recommending this, so I'll ask--have you read any of the Twist of the Wrist books yet? They can really set you up and prepare you for the current class, particularlyn Twist 2.

 

Best,

Cobie

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Thanks Cobie, and yes, I've read volume 1 and have started volume 2. ;) They are 2 of the first books suggested on several sportbike forums.

 

 

Some of the Survial Reaction explinations have already helped.

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Thanks Cobie, and yes, I've read volume 1 and have started volume 2. ;) They are 2 of the first books suggested on several sportbike forums.

 

 

Some of the Survial Reaction explinations have already helped.

 

Excellent, Twist 2 is a great book. Let us know how it goes with it, any questions or successes would be nice too.

 

Best,

Cobie

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