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post #1 of 15 Old 06-04-2008, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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TrackXperience @ BIG Willow Springs- 2 GROUPS: $185pp- 7/7 Mon

TrackXperience is back at the Willow Springs 2.5 mile Big Track...Monday
July 7th!

ORIENTATION CLASS: With a comprehensive track orientation class for
riders of all skill levels, we should be the first choice for riders who are
looking to build their skills and become precision riders! And with us,
while speed is fun, it's all about precision with us, not just the speed!

OPEN LAPPING: Open lapping (must be an experienced track rider) is free
riding with abundant track time yet we keep unsafe and discourteous
riders out of our events. You bring out a nice bike, we expect you to be
able to take it home shiny too. Our staff of professional instructors are
available throughout the day for one-on-one personal coaching, and they
monitor this group for safe and courteous riding. (open lapping IS allowed
in L1 for riders desiring a slower pace, whereas L2 is higher intermediate
to advanced lapping riders)

FORMAT: 2 customized groups. Long sessions means 50% more riding
than a "3 group" format event. Not only do you receive more miles, but a
BETTER experience. What's your track day funds worth to you?

AMENITIES: We deliver chilled bottled water and Gatorade delivered to
each pit during the day! Vendor services at this event include trackside
tire service (provided by Racer's Edge Michelin through Precepts
Motorsports), photography by CaliPhotography, suspension tuning by
CycleMall.net, on site sports massage therapy free to our riders. We have
standby EMS and of course a full corner staff for your safety.

The ticket price is $185 per rider and includes beverage service (WSIR grill
is open during lunch for riders to purchase meals). For a two group day with
50% more riding than a 3-group event, it's a great deal for the money!

More information on the TrackXperience orientation classes, open lapping,
one-on-one instruction, and the Tracstar Challenge Program can be found
online at http://www.trackXperience.com or by calling (800) 930-8520.
Registration questions may be directed to James Hoskins extension 84.

JOIN US AT THE TRACK - (800)930-8520


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Jay,

I wish you guys had monthly track days. The wait is killing me.

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We used to do more than monthly tracks days, Twice a month was the norm a couple years ago... I'm not sure if we'll return that, but it's in all out hopes that we will.

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Hi Jay - Just stopping by to say Hello. Hope all is well at your end.

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just wish you guys weren't in california. it's probably a good thing actually cuz i would spend all my money on track days and such.

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Man- wish I was on the west coast - thats a smokin deal for that much time !

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Hi Jay - Just stopping by to say Hello. Hope all is well at your end.

Mike
Hey Mike!!

Things are great!!! I went back to school, go figure at my age... But anyways I want to get a degree in Mechanical Engineering, so I'm trying to get all my General Ed done at the local community college and then I plan to transfer to Cal Poly Pomona for the rest. Got a new girlfriend thats taking up a lot of my spare time and my spare money ... LOL

I hope everything with you is good!!

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25 more days

Got a set of Power 2CT just waiting to be balled up.
I just got the .9 kg Race Tech springs to go with the G-2R kit.
Waiting for my Tuono to arrive before wrenching on the 919.
I need to replace the rear wheel bearings, replace grips, repair the Sato rearset, replace the left slider, repair the exhaust mount, replace spark plugs, oil change, service K&N air filter, besides doing the forks.

I'll make sure to stop by the suspension dude for a dial up this time.
And the sports massage therapist lady for a dial up of my neck and back.

I might have to get an extra set of wheels and race slicks.
It might be cheaper than getting a new set of tires once a month.

Wow, it feels like my first track day again.

Looking forward to some tips from someone who used to lead the sportbikes around the track with a nekkid 919.

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The 7/7 event has been canceled.



For whatever reason, economy, gas prices, we're just not getting hardly any interest in
the event, whereas the Pahrump and fall WSIR dates look to be sellout events.



All registered riders will receive a full refund.

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Mike I hope you can make it out to my favorite track with us in August!

Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch in Pahrump, NV. is a very fun track to ride and a great learning track, because of the good mix of sweepers and tight stuff!

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Mike I hope you can make it out to my favorite track with us in August!

Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch in Pahrump, NV. is a very fun track to ride and a great learning track, because of the good mix of sweepers and tight stuff!
Jay,

I'll be there; but I need to do another track day in the meantime. Is there any alternatives besides Thunderhill? Does anyone have trackdays at LV Speedway?

SMMR sounds like lots of fun. I like tight stuff!

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You should try Streets of Willow... it's a very fun track... IMO funner than LVMS....

But this will help you with finding what your looking for: http://www.biketweakers.com/trackcalendar_2008.html

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Thanks again Jay,

I just signed up with TrackDaz for their June 28 Academy. I got the last available spot; open track day for the 29th was booked.

The price is up there, but I'm sure it'll be worth it.

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Thanks again Jay,

I just signed up with TrackDaz for their June 28 Academy. I got the last available spot; open track day for the 29th was booked.

The price is up there, but I'm sure it'll be worth it.

Mike
Sounds like someone has been bitten by the Track Day Junkie bug.

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Sounds like someone has been bitten by the Track Day Junkie bug.
Huh, where?

Mike,

FYI it's a track school, lots of instructions, practicing drills, after ride evaluations, and one-on-one session. Don't know how much open riding is involved. The open track day was my preference, but I figured one school day would be helpful.

Streets of Willow should be much more fun than the Big Track, though.

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