I didn't get a chance to personally thank you for Monday's event at The Ridge. Our guys had a really great time! TroyBoy rode with us a lot and gave us some really helpful advice. He's a good instructor.
These are the only track events I would consider doing.
keep up the great work!
I can vouch for an awesome organization!
The smaller groups are definitely worth the very
small premium in price. I hope others find this true as well! Anyone who rides motorcycles....any kind of motorcycles, take advantage of this and learn how to be a better and safer rider
What a wonderful track day! I love how you cap the
number of riders per group. So many people
complimented you organizing that. Super satisfaction
no complaints and people are already talking about
September"s track day. kudos!!
Thanks again for a great track day, best day ever!!
I first heard about Track Time through a Roadracing World Facebook post about Ken Hill being a quest instructor at Track Time track days. At the time I had just started listening to Ken Hill’s podcast and what he was saying in his podcasts made since to me. When I visited Track Time’s website, and read that they have less riders in a group at slightly higher price, with Ken Hill classroom instruction, I had to sign up.
I signed up for a full day of instruction. Joe was my instructor and Ken Hill was doing classroom sessions throughout the day. I told Joe that the only thing I wanted to do, was get my knee on the ground, but after the first session, Joe noticed that I need to work on my vision and focus, first. This is the same thing Ken Hill says in his podcasts. The instruction at Track Time was consistent. Joe and I worked on my eyes and focus all day, because that is what I needed to work on the most. Towards the end of the day I was cornering a lot faster than I have ever done before. No, I didn’t get my knee on the ground, but I worked on what was most important in my progression of being a better rider.
Track Time compared to other local track days is not a track day filled with traffic, nor a track day where you are rushed from the track to the classroom and back, to work on things that are insignificant to you becoming a better rider.