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06-11-2008 07:37 AM
Heavy The speed reference was kind of a joke, I am interested in the course though.
06-11-2008 12:56 AM
V-Tom Speed is irrelevant for Gord.. he has his Dragons now!

And by the way he got one heck of a trial by water down south!

..Tom

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Originally Posted by Heavy View Post
Hey Gord, I forgot you were doing that.

How much actual track time did you get?

Was there individual evaluation or was each exercise done as a group activity?

Most importantly.....how fast did you get the beast going?
06-10-2008 09:22 PM
Heavy Hey Gord, I forgot you were doing that.

How much actual track time did you get?

Was there individual evaluation or was each exercise done as a group activity?

Most importantly.....how fast did you get the beast going?
06-10-2008 05:52 PM
568v8
Rider Training

Advanced Cruiser / Touring Riding Course hosted by Fast Riding School (owned by Michel Mercier) (418) 422-5500 http://www.fastridingschool.com/engl...roduction.html
A full day of track based training on the race track in Shannonville, Ontario including some classroom instruction.

I attended just a few weeks ago. I was the only Vstrom and yes many of the other bikes were "H .... D.... " but we were all there to learn so no one had any attitude issues. I believe that everyone was able to learn many new skills and tips and ride within their own comfort zone.
IMHO it was an excellent investment of my time and money. Of course it was also great fun to let some of my 1000cc horse power loose in a safe environment. I don't know if I had more fun accelerating, cornering or braking. Once again my Vstrom proved to more capable and fun to ride than I ever imagined.

Vstrommers do ride great bikes.

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