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Member Title:
Always Along For the Ride...
Age:
33 years old
Birthday:
August 9, 1986
Gender:
Male Male
Location:
Bozeman MT

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Ride:
Super duke, SV650, Grom

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  1. In Topic: JULY Events and Schedule

    27 June 2020 - 08:41 PM

    View PostPOE, on 26 June 2020 - 02:13 PM, said:

    Thanks for finding the details Champ! Makes all the sense.

    Agreed
  2. In Topic: June 2020 new racer school

    08 June 2020 - 02:11 PM

    Looking forward to it!
  3. In Topic: 2016 FZ-07 race bike

    07 June 2020 - 08:55 PM

    Damn!
  4. In Topic: Popping my cherry

    04 June 2020 - 05:44 PM

    View PostPOE, on 04 June 2020 - 03:18 PM, said:

    Ask for a CRA adopt-a-noob foster parent. Anyone with experience to pit with will be a huge help. There's a lot going on your first weekend it's a big help to have someone with you that know's what's going on. I would recommend making a detailed schedule ahead of time so you have something to reference. When your mind is preoccupied with your first weekend of races, you don't want to forget to put on tire warmers, or go to tech (and forget to take off your belly pan).
    BIR is notorious for quick weather changes and extreme weather conditions. Bring gear for all occasions.

    Pre-reg if you can. Get to racer registration for your wrist bands on time. Race registration hours are posted on the weekend's schedule which is made available by the CRA ahead of the race weekend. Many people print the schedule to tape up in their pits to keep an eye on the race schedule. These schedules are also printed and available at racer registration office.

    You've been to plenty of track days, so you know to make damn sure you don't forget anything, like your bike key, gear, food, drink, etc etc.

    Get to the track early if you have a specific place you want to pit. There's plenty of room, so don't worry if you get to the track late.

    Give yourself plenty of time to get situated at the track so you don't have to run around like a crazy person right before your race starts. Get your head on straight and into race mode before you go out so you don't make any stupid mistakes, like trying to leave with tire warmers on, or getting yourself so flustered you loop a wheelie off the start.

    Don't crash. You have plenty of races ahead of you so ease in to your 'race pace'. Keep your bike in one piece so you don't have to go home early. It's a lot different than a track day, so just give yourself time to get used to it, it doesn't take long, though. When you feel the flow, start huntin down some fools.


    Thanks Luke!
  5. In Topic: Considering an FTR

    04 June 2020 - 04:34 PM

    View PostPOE, on 04 June 2020 - 03:23 PM, said:

    For real.

    Did KTM do their demo day at DCTC last year?? Who puts that on? I want to sign up for their newsletters so I don't miss it if they host another one.


    Starr cycle in kato does them.

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    26 Apr 2011 - 01:26
    Hey, saw that you posted a Mankato ride a little bit ago. I'm not sure if you're a student/still down here, but I graduate from Mankato in two weeks and then moving back up to the cities but hit me up if you have time to ride.
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