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Buell Sponsored Track Day!!!!!!

Hell yes. I'm going. Free stuff...shirts, knee sliders, action pics. A full track day...and ON TRACK DEMO OF BUELLS.

http://www.buell.com/en_us/news_even...pass/index.asp



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post #2 of 44 (permalink) Old 03-08-2007, 10:23 PM
 
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Any make and model invited as well that is badass...
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Any make and model invited as well that is badass...
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post #4 of 44 (permalink) Old 03-08-2007, 10:35 PM
 
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ahhh they're comming to mid ohio in october! omg i only have seven months to get ready
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This filled like wild fire or something is wrong. I tried to sign up for Pocono...but only the ADVANCED class will let me sign up. I am no advanced track rider.



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I am no advanced track rider.
Dude, you've got 6 months to bone up!
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Dude, you've got 6 months to bone up!
This would be my first track day. I wont be able to do more than 1 before then...if I get to do any before this. It's just too good to pass up.



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Uh-oh...

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Bike Preparation
  • Newer Tires with min. 80% Tread
  • No loose parts, no leaks
  • Mirrors, glass, lights must be taped or removed
  • No pink bikes
  • Chain should have slack, check owner's manual
  • Bike will be inspected at track by PTT
  • Advanced riders to remove antifreeze and run Water Wetter type coolant
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Bike Preparation
Newer Tires with min. 80% Tread
No loose parts, no leaks
Mirrors, glass, lights must be taped or removed
No pink bikes
Chain should have slack, check owner's manual
Bike will be inspected at track by PTT
Advanced riders to remove antifreeze and run Water Wetter type coolant

I feel like maybe one of these requirements has been fabricated...



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I feel like maybe one of these requirements has been fabricated...
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This filled like wild fire or something is wrong. I tried to sign up for Pocono...but only the ADVANCED class will let me sign up. I am no advanced track rider.
I emailed Private Track Time, who is holding the event, and they got back to me. It was a system error. Beginner and Intermediate is NOT full and should now work.



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I emailed Private Track Time, who is holding the event, and they got back to me. It was a system error. Beginner and Intermediate is NOT full and should now work.
i am so excited for you marko.
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Hmm, wonder if I should sign up. For $100 it's more than worth it. Think I can be ready if I get a bike in April? For the September track day.

I know I'll have plenty of miles...
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I emailed Private Track Time, who is holding the event, and they got back to me. It was a system error. Beginner and Intermediate is NOT full and should now work.
good for you big man....hellz yezzz

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Think I can be ready if I get a bike in April? For the September track day.
You would want to ride in the novice class. It would be an excellent learning opportunity.
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You would want to ride in the novice class. It would be an excellent learning opportunity.
Yeah, you would probably learn a GREAT deal more on how to ride there then you would on the street. All that learning without all the cages getting in your way. The track is the best place to learn control.
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Sweet deal marko i'm hittin the track in april.
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Yeah, you would probably learn a GREAT deal more on how to ride there then you would on the street. All that learning without all the cages getting in your way. The track is the best place to learn control.
They're full, and I won't have my license till the beginning of may.
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