cool! i'll let you know we might go this weekend i'll hit u up if ever.
I'll likely be up at the Rock Store around 11am on Sunday.... Maybe I'll see some of you there.
If you can go do that trackday, don't worry about your current riding level. You'll learn a lot more in 1 trackday than you will riding the streets for 6 months.
I'll be out and about in the next few months, for now I only have a trackbike.
Personally... I'd wait until you've got a few thousand street miles before a track day.
really. you think so? ill just end up in the way of guys that are much faster, plus my bike is my daily driver so id be scared of recking it
Majority of track day organizations run a 3 group format. Beginner, intermediate and advanced. You'll start in C group (beginner) and be with similar experience level riders.
Of course you'll be scared of wrecking it. But there are FAR fewer variables on a racetrack that can make you go down. It's generally a safer place to practice testing your skills. That said... most riders in C and B groups will be on their daily rides.
Is it something i need slicks for. Or just street tires? What kind of gear do i need for a track day?
No... slicks are for when you can actually push the bike to the point where street tires are not enough. I run slicks when I can... but typically on Dunlop Q3's. And they're usually enough for me. And I'm an A group rider.
When the time comes and you're actually ready to book a day at the track... check out the website of whatever organization you're gonna ride with for what they require. Generally... Helmet, at least a 2-piece suit with 270 degree zipper (almost all the way around the waist) or a 1-piece, gauntlet gloves, and boots. And a good running bike...