Just wondering how many of you new riders have these bikes?
There's a motive to all this as well.
There was some talk about how well even first year riders benifit from a casual track day riding event. It's a huge confidence booster, or at least a good pointer to where you need to work on some aspects, to come out and work on lines, braking and other riding aspects in a low stress but adventurous environment.
If enough of you 125 and 250 riders come forward there would be reason to have a 125/250 only session at the Pitt Meadows track day events.
Even though it's a "track day" this is NOT about racing. It's about having fun, extending YOUR OWN (and no one elses) limits at your own pace and comfort level while being able to play in a place that does not have traffic lights, radar cops, oncoming motorhomes or soccer mom vans drifting into your lane or 600 riders telling you that you need to keep up the pace or get lost off the end (and hopefully there are not all that many of this last breed).
For a glimpse of what I'm talking about check out this thread starting at page 3 and on.....
Keep in mind that a couple of resource riders would be mixed in with you to guide and point out issues and work on them with you. It would not be a free for all.
So chime up! Who would be interested if you can have your own session where it's just you 125's and 250's?