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Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Indianapolis, In
Have you been to Disney, Universal studio's.
Have you tried skydiving. Look at there cost's compared to a FULL day of fun.
On my son-inlaws 30th birthday my daughter gave him a skydiving ride.
I gave him a trackday.
He said, don't tell Kate (my daughter) but the 30 minutes of skydiving compared to 8, 20 minutes sessions on the track there was NO comparison. Thanks for the best birthday gift I've ever received he told me. BUT please don't tell Kate.
I did 4 track days on my Tiger 1050, it was after doing a Total Control class.
My intention was to learn how to ride better, I have and also as a side benefit had more fun then just about anything. The only thing I have ever enjoyed more was flying 120 mph 10 feet over the everglades in a helicopter. They ran $300 an hour back in 1983.
So if you want to actually learn how to ride a motorcycle, or should I say drive a motorcycle instead of being a lucky spectator.
Eat your pride, buy some tape. Get the gear you should have anyway and DO a track day.
In novice you won't need anything more than proper gear, tape and the willingness to listen. If this old fart can do it. So can you.