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Here is a question to you guys that only ride on the track...do you find that it takes you awhile to get in the groove? I mean... if you are not riding on the street practicing your drills/skills, do you feel that between trackdays you are not as in tune as you could be? Just a question...I'm a little curious about that.

 

Thanks for you replies,

BCNU

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Here is a question to you guys that only ride on the track...do you find that it takes you awhile to get in the groove? I mean... if you are not riding on the street practicing your drills/skills, do you feel that between trackdays you are not as in tune as you could be? Just a question...I'm a little curious about that.

 

Thanks for you replies,

BCNU

 

Don't really think it takes much to get back in the groove for a skilled guy. In fact, when I just street rode, I found my skills would gradually go down, track riding was better for bringing them back up.

 

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CF

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