December 12, 2012 at 11:48 pm #14871HippoDronesParticipant
I am really missing the Husky this time of year, was so much fun to ride in the chilly weather it was the perfect winter trackbike. I can’t wait to get the 636 round Brands but the Husky didn’t frighten me with the prospect of binning it and I think a plastic rocket like the 636 will even with the ABS and traction control be unable to do winter trackdays with quite the same dgaf attitude that the Husky had in the frost and wet.
It will be damned awesome mind!
Anyone planning any trackdays for 2013?December 13, 2012 at 7:05 am #64975ses310Moderator
I am thinking about doing a track day next year, never done one before so thinking race school firstDecember 13, 2012 at 7:10 am #64976BigBenParticipant
Don’t think i’d place very high running round the track with handle bars in my hands:( suppose I could push it round but it’s a bit heavyDecember 13, 2012 at 10:55 am #64977imperialdataKeymaster
If the back gets better I could be up for a track day Pete, but Matt’s right about doing a bit of race school first.
Don’t think i’d place very high running round the track with handle bars in my hands:( suppose I could push it round but it’s a bit heavy
At least we’d have something to aim for!December 13, 2012 at 12:25 pm #64978HippoDronesParticipant
I am thinking about doing a track day next year, never done one before so thinking race school first
As another option you could consider the MSV Novice only days, they run like a normal trackday but instead of having fast/inters/novice groups its novice/novice/novice and they are meant to be very friendly and down to earth and you don’t get the ego-racers being tits. They have instructors there as well I believe so can give you pointers and possibly even ride round with you for some instruction too.
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