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    CDMTCI Annual Manfeild Open Day 2007

    Yes people its on again. Back by popular demand and our 21st one no less!

    Saturday 13th January 2007.

    Check out the events page for more details.

    Look forward to seeing you all there.
    Cheers Busted #66
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    I am very keen to do a track day on my FXR before I move up to a bigger bike.

    Just one question: What level of gear is needed. I have a jacket, gloves, boots etc. so thats fine, but I only have Draggin jeans. Are these ok?

    Thanks

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    I'm pretty sure they are. You could always PM Busted directly. Or, ring him at AFC in Palmy.

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    Nice one. Went on the last trackday you guys organised and thought that it was very well run. Will be in for this one for sure.
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    AWESOME!!!!!! Kendog did the one you guys had earlier in the year I think, and it looked wicked and I was itching to get out there and promised myself next time!! Cool s. So we just register on the day, don't have to pre-register or anything? And can I ride without my mirrors? Thanks!!

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    Thumbs up

    yep, had a blast last year... will definitely be there again this time

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenixgtr View Post
    Just one question: What level of gear is needed. I have a jacket, gloves, boots etc. so thats fine, but I only have Draggin jeans. Are these ok?

    Thanks
    Draggin jeans are fine in the "Slow / Novice" group. But that is the limit I'm afraid.
    You should be fine in there on the FXR so that should be all good.

    Good to hear people are looking to come back and join us once again.
    Look forward to seeing you all there.
    Cheers Busted #66
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    Yep... made the Journey from Aucks last time. Looking forward again to it again next year

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    what level of bike can go in the slow/novice class? I've been racing MX for about 15yrs but only recently started on the road bikes with a KR1 (AFC and Phil Turnbull guys will know it). Its averagely fast in a straight line with me twisting the grip but not so hot on this whole "lean it over and drag a knee" thing yet. Its unnatural anf freakish. I keep wanting to stick a leg out instead by instinct. So I'm pretty sure, confidence-wise I'm going to be a true novice, ego-wise anything else until I drop it.

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    Yeah I'll be there I think.

    Long track (wishful thinking) or short track?
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    Hey sly, I hope you don't go sticking that leg out in front of me, it'll freak me out!! Oh, and we are planning on going too. Yahhhhh!!

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    How slow is slow? My partner is a new commuter but not rider. Her corners are terrible (and dangerous). They are a nice bell curve ... but round the wrong way.

    I would like to have some track time with her on structure lines through a set of familiar corners but these days don't really sound liek the right time/place. We would be holding people up.

    I just don't know how else to do this properly and safely.

    Brett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grub View Post
    How slow is slow? My partner is a new commuter but not rider. Her corners are terrible (and dangerous). They are a nice bell curve ... but round the wrong way.

    I would like to have some track time with her on structure lines through a set of familiar corners but these days don't really sound liek the right time/place. We would be holding people up.

    I just don't know how else to do this properly and safely.

    Brett
    Slow is pretty slow and other folk are good at passing safely. I'd say that she'd be OK. Its an ideal environment to upskill on corners etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo600 View Post
    Slow is pretty slow and other folk are good at passing safely. I'd say that she'd be OK. Its an ideal environment to upskill on corners etc.

    Thanx Jimbo, I'd say that if we're that welcome, we'll be there.

    Hmmm Whitby too huh? We might just have to hook up for coffee sometime. You can't miss me if you're out between 6.30-7.00am ... mine's the one with pink wheels

    Brett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grub View Post
    Thanx Jimbo, I'd say that if we're that welcome, we'll be there.

    Hmmm Whitby too huh? We might just have to hook up for coffee sometime. You can't miss me if you're out between 6.30-7.00am ... mine's the one with pink wheels

    Brett
    Cycling to work at that time of day mate. I'll keep an eye out for the CBR.

    Java sounds good.
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