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April 2, 2003, 07:43 PM

Im interested in hearing from anyone that has attended any Motorcycle schools such as Schwantz,Pridmore or anything of the like. I,ve always ridden with a bunch of guys that drag race not a whole lot of corners involved there. I consider myself a pretty decent rider although I've been away from it till early last yer for about 7 yrs due to a very good friend broadsiding me and totaling both bikes(both mine both not insured),
mind you a car pulled out in frt of us, so it wasnt his fault and really am not sure if it could have been avoided. I did not stay away because of the accident, i actually had a son and did some serious growing up in that time. So I no longer wanted to stay away from something I've enjoyed for so long. I just need to get some pointers on the aspects of getting out of a jam if one occurs. I have seen on the site where some guys have gone down on your rides and do not want to follow in the same footsteps. Like I said I believe I'm a pretty decent riderof approx 10yrs just need some suggestions on maybe a riding school or for that matter maybe some tips from the faster more experienced riders on the site.

Im hoping some of the shit talkers can give me some ideas. ha ha

Im up for any suggestions or help.


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April 2, 2003, 08:56 PM

I've heard very good things about the experienced riders course (ERC). Offered by the same people who give the MSF I believe. You use your own bike for this course, though, and they teach evasive manuvers, etc.

If you want to drag a knee, then one of the racing schools you mentioned should work nicely.


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April 3, 2003, 08:03 AM

You giving me shit or are you going to explain. Im all up for a learning curve.
Let me know.


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April 3, 2003, 08:16 AM

Thats cool that ought to work. I will try to get in one in the near future.
Thanks for the suggestion.


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April 3, 2003, 08:17 AM

What date are you going lee?
I might be interested in going?
I tried weeding through the text.
Whats the quick and dirty? What ya need before, and during the event. Bike, leathers, prereq.. etc..

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Im interested in hearing from anyone that has attended any Motorcycle schools such as Schwantz,Pridmore or anything of the like. I,ve always ridden with a bunch of guys that drag race not a whole lot of corners involved there. I consider myself a pretty decent rider although I've been away from it till early last yer for about 7 yrs due to a very good friend broadsiding me and totaling both bikes(both mine both not insured),
mind you a car pulled out in frt of us, so it wasnt his fault and really am not sure if it could have been avoided. I did not stay away because of the accident, i actually had a son and did some serious growing up in that time. So I no longer wanted to stay away from something I've enjoyed for so long. I just need to get some pointers on the aspects of getting out of a jam if one occurs. I have seen on the site where some guys have gone down on your rides and do not want to follow in the same footsteps. Like I said I believe I'm a pretty decent riderof approx 10yrs just need some suggestions on maybe a riding school or for that matter maybe some tips from the faster more experienced riders on the site.

Im hoping some of the shit talkers can give me some ideas. ha ha

Im up for any suggestions or help.

Yo man you not from Sperryville by any chance are you? Was that you on the top of the mountain (211) when it happened?


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Dude, go to the website.

I'm probably doing the full course on July 28th. But I may do the north course before that.

I know fewl, just wanted to hear what you said just to make sure i got it all correct.
I was lookin at july 28th cause its the full course.


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April 3, 2003, 08:57 AM

TricknR1,,,,
No it was in Md. Ive never even been to 211, anticipating that ride with ya'll in the future.


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No it was in Md. Ive never even been to 211, anticipating that ride with ya'll in the future.


Just wondering because I know 2 guys that wrecked up there the same way "T-boned" .


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