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MSF Advanced Course
« on: 04/30/07 06:16PM »
So most of us signed up for the advanced course
May 6th 1-5pm Range 3

Excenpt Ry-Dog whos special and signed up for Range 1.


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Re: MSF Advanced Course
« Reply #1 on: 05/04/07 08:19AM »
We'll meet up at OC motorsports @ 1145 and head out at 1215 to the MSF Class:

Route:http://www.google.com/maps?q=8808+Irvine+Center+Dr,+Irvine,+California+92618,+USA&sa=X&oi=map&ct=title

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1901 E Edinger Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92705

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8808 IRVINE CENTER DR
IRVINE, CA 92618


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Re: MSF Advanced Course
« Reply #2 on: 05/07/07 11:01AM »
For all of you who didnt go, give your self a pat on the back.
That was the worst 5 hrs spent ever.  So BORRRRING.

Damian, Ryan, and I leave there pulling wheelies while everyone else practices swerving.
Anyhow, BLAH, Dull, never pay for this class F+ (+ only becuase it was a good place to wheelie)


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Re: MSF Advanced Course
« Reply #3 on: 05/07/07 11:19AM »
Ya, thats where we should go to wheelie on a day when no one is there. Or maybe at night?? That lot is effin huge!
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Re: MSF Advanced Course
« Reply #4 on: 05/07/07 11:46AM »
This class was fate for me. Instructor pointed out that I was missing a bolt that keeps the front axle nice n tight.  I looked on the other side, and I was missing BOTH on that side.

3 out of 4 bolts missing on a very important part of the bike ??  Lesson learned.

Might be common sense, but: Keep tightening bolts and screws all over your fuggin bike.

D- on the course.

As for wheelies, I am not a big fan of areas like parking lots. There is not enough movement to keep the place clean.  I saw a few piles of sand just sitting in the lot.  Slippery when dry.
« Last Edit: 05/07/07 11:48AM by Ryan GSX 750 »

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Re: MSF Advanced Course
« Reply #5 on: 05/07/07 12:33PM »
I've gone out to that lot once before to practice high speed turning, but never really was able to get the speed up on account of there being too much debris... And there is security there... And we're building houses on in about a year, so it's outta there!

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Re: MSF Advanced Course
« Reply #6 on: 05/07/07 01:33PM »
Well Dane, build us a road to wheelie on that lot then!


 

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