If I had to place myself it would be a siphon. Having said that my questions normally would be did yous see me and have any suggestions.
I know most of my weakness and work hard on braking old habits. (they die hard) What do you call the rider who thinks he is up and coming Hayden
, is riding on the edge of disaster and rides a group below so he can feel better about being the fastest rider in the group.
While not adhering to the rules, like NO PASSING IN THE CORNERS in novice or in intermediate not observing the 6 foot passing rule.
What is good advise for a noob's first time riding with a mixed group? Would it be ride at your pace and ride very predictably? I want to do a track day to get it out of my system but hate to hold up others who have much more time in than me.
Brandon I totally agree with the other suggestion about a mixed group.
Starting out, do a orginized track day. In our area there is Ducati who now works with Mid-West track days and I've become very impressed with STT.
You have my number, just let me know when. David is in novice and I'm sure would be there for support. Let me know if your going to Putnam, we normally have an open slot in the trailer.
Already have a Mid-Ohio session purchased and there PTR is also a good group for new riders.
They had 6 coaches for Novice, placing the newest in 6 and those who are quicker in 1. So don't worry about holding anyone up.