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Hey there,

I am Taylor, been a riding for 3 years and just decided to start racing for a living. Got myself a 2003 CBR600RR which I will race around for while until I get a track bike. Did level one last october which was awesome but besides that, I have never been on a track, mostly just carving up the mountain roads, not the safest place to practice though. Gonna start going to track days soon, but need a suit, and insurance. Anyway, just thought I was say Hi.

 

Taylor

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Hi Taylor,

 

Glad you made it up here.

 

We met recently, and there might be some used suits in the loft, let me know if you are interested in a used one.

 

Best,

CF

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Hi Taylor,

 

Welcome to the forum! And good luck with the racing. You know what they say, the way you make a small fortune in racing is to start out with a large one :D . I have neither the fortune nor the skill to race so I will live vicariously through others (and enjoy the fact that even I can look fast in a photo ;) ).

 

As for a suit you should check out Ayden Lee Racing, I needed a custom suit and I have been very happy with the quality, the fit, and the customer service. Brett is the owner (as well as an active NESBA rider) and he does this as a side to his retail clothing business. You can really tell this a a "labor of love" for him.

 

Best of luck,

Carey

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Ha ha, well hopefully I can get sponsored before I go completely broke. Those are some nice suits, maybe for when I start competing.

 

Does your handle have anything to do with the Jerky Boys?

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  • 4 weeks later...

Pablo I'm also a newbie. This past weekend at WSIR I completed Level 3, but am just barely scratching the surface.

 

Yup to Radiohead, in a functional way. In that little space between sessions you'll see me with my iPhone,

under a fake plastic tree, listening to OK Computer and Kid A.

 

I find this helpful

  1. to focus my thoughts
  2. to un-focus my thoughts
  3. to think-it-through mental maps
  4. to focus on curriculum, not rider advice, and most importantly,
  5. to generally settle my mental suspension
     
    Justin

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Pablo I'm also a newbie. This past weekend at WSIR I completed Level 3, but am just barely scratching the surface.

 

Yup to Radiohead, in a functional way. In that little space between sessions you'll see me with my iPhone,

under a fake plastic tree, listening to OK Computer and Kid A.

 

I find this helpful

  1. to focus my thoughts
  2. to un-focus my thoughts
  3. to think-it-through mental maps
  4. to focus on curriculum, not rider advice, and most importantly,
  5. to generally settle my mental suspension
     
    Justin

 

Awesome dude, I prefer to have "no surprises" while I ride.

 

 

 

Yeah, I probably wont be on the track for a while, (decided to go back to school) but a suit would be real nice for mountain rides.

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