Hey Dave,daveyoung said:Paul, I could be tempted. Are you able to let me know;
- is it part of an instructor led course, or do we just get "time on the track"?
- would we have the track to ourselves?
- is it ok for those of us who aren't "out and out" sports riders?
- how much is it likely to cost?
I'd be keen on having an instructor demonstrating riding technique, and providing us on tips for improving ours.
Thanks big, I was pretty certain that you could not get any coverage that included you and your bike on a track, but I might have to look into it.bigiain said:Insurance wise (and this is aimed at GoldFish), you normally be covered just fine for the stayupright road based courses, you _might_ be able to get a written note covering you for the stayupright advanced course on the track, and you almost certainly won't get insurance coverage for superbike school, stayupright's cornering and braking course, or any trackday...
Thanks Paul, your comments are always welcomed! I know what you mean, I would not ride outside my own capabilities, but the temptation might be there with the likes of you around ;D But I would like to do a school before a track day.....Paul.C said:Nick,
Just because you go to a track to ride does not mean you should ride "outside" your own capabilities.
I find riding the track is far more safer than say riding the National park [thumbsup] At the track you have no on coming traffic to worry about, you have 3 time the amount of road to ride on, and the condition of the track is alway clean [thumbsup].
Now all I have to do is convince Mmick and Ducmon to come [laugh] [laugh]