Yeah not really into the track scene.
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Welcome lad, show us your steed, eh?
Do you want to be a safer rider? Do you wanna see what that lovely bugger (ZX) will return as far as a cornering playmate? Wanna not look like a total wanker whilst cornering (or even deploying the side stand)?
But you are not the competitive type? Here's how to acquire more skill, ride safer, save money on repaires: 1) Enroll in an MSF course; if you've already finished that, enroll in an ERC from MSF. 2) Enroll in a track day class. Check the ego at Tech Inspection
. There will be guys/gals on 10-yr old EX250 & old
BMW R80s that ride rings around people on R1s & Panigales.
You don't have to be a racer, or even a wanna be racer, or just a plain canyon squid to learn to improve your riding skills. You just need an open mind, paper & pencil to write notes, and a few gallons of gas. At the end of the day you'll be a safer, faster rider. Over the long run, you'll drop your bike a whole lot less
. You'll have fewer visits to the hospital/urgent care
facilities. Not a bad trade for your track time time & money spent, in my opinion.
You won't regret it one bit.