it looks like friday will be nice I am up for a rideRick T. said:There are plenty of "on-track" performance riding schools available in NorCal. Keigwins, ZoomZoom, and many others. I attended the Keigwin 2-day school and came away impressed.
My recommendation to you, however, is to put in a bit more saddle time on your Monster before you take to the track. Some may disagree, but while track riding WILL improve your skills greatly, it IS a different environment all together - and IMO should be approached only after you have some more experience (riding time) under your belt. Also, track days/schools cost money - fees, gear (full leathers), etc.
Best thing for you is to hook up with riders that are experienced, RESPONSIBLE, and willing to mentor you during rides. I'm willing to take you (and your wife?) out for our local ride and do just that. Let me know - anytime... [thumbsup]
I'm working this week but am off Friday.