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Old May 29th, 2013, 07:27 AM   #41
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Old May 29th, 2013, 11:53 AM   #44
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Also one of my new favs from Sunday - was a little rainy/cold so I am hoping to get another similar one when its warmer and maybe I am working the tire a little harder

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This is one of my favorites with the 6RR...I miss that bike.
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The 250 is very different from any of my other race bikes. I feel like Gumby on this little thing. The photographer didn't catch the ones of my chin on my hand.

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1) 1988 AFM race
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KrazyMan, you on a 250 in dem 1988 pix?

Was that the old track at Laguna? What a bumpy, scary fast, super fun, very rewarding track that was. I forget when they redesigned it and made it a World Class track. I rode all the old hobo tracks that were so dangerous they have rebuilt most of them.
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how long did it take you to feel comfortable again after coming back?
I had about 7000 street miles on the orange R6 before I hit Miller. Miller was a very easy track to learn and had lots of grip so it made the return a bit easier. However, I am still not comfortable to the level I was in my 20's. I am 51 now, a little...no a lot out of shape, but am having fun. I feel like this is the first year that I am actually beginning to get into the form of old and am having fun doing it slowly and methodically. Riding at and instructing track days have been beneficial towards my slow return, but hey, I'm 51 and just having a blast. If I can beat a 20-something....icing on the cake

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KrazyMan, you on a 250 in dem 1988 pix?

Was that the old track at Laguna? What a bumpy, scary fast, super fun, very rewarding track that was. I forget when they redesigned it and made it a World Class track. I rode all the old hobo tracks that were so dangerous they have rebuilt most of them.
Cowboy, Yes I was on a TZ250U and I did have the pleasure of riding on the old track, but this was 1988 and the first year of the new track configuration which is why the US got a round of FIM's Grand Prix series which is what you now know as MotoGP.

Below are some pictures from 1983 and 1984 at the old Laguna. The B/W is on my TZ125 in what was the old T9 now T11, and the colored photo is on my TZ250J (#57) in the Corkscrew. Don't think Rossi's pass on Stoner would have worked back then

And as you say, it was bumpy, scary fast, super fun very rewarding, but had a lot of steel armaco barriers everywhere. Airbags....nah we had tires or haybales as extra barriers
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I had about 7000 street miles on the orange R6 before I hit Miller. Miller was a very easy track to learn and had lots of grip so it made the return a bit easier. However, I am still not comfortable to the level I was in my 20's. I am 51 now, a little...no a lot out of shape, but am having fun. I feel like this is the first year that I am actually beginning to get into the form of old and am having fun doing it slowly and methodically. Riding at and instructing track days have been beneficial towards my slow return, but hey, I'm 51 and just having a blast. If I can beat a 20-something....icing on the cake



Cowboy, Yes I was on a TZ250U and I did have the pleasure of riding on the old track, but this was 1988 and the first year of the new track configuration which is why the US got a round of FIM's Grand Prix series which is what you now know as MotoGP.

Below are some pictures from 1983 and 1984 at the old Laguna. The B/W is on my TZ125 in what was the old T9 now T11, and the colored photo is on my TZ250J (#57) in the Corkscrew. Don't think Rossi's pass on Stoner would have worked back then

And as you say, it was bumpy, scary fast, super fun very rewarding, but had a lot of steel armaco barriers everywhere. Airbags....nah we had tires or haybales as extra barriers
I was there for the 84 race. I rode in BOTT. I think I got a 5th. I can't remember. I broke my arm in practice in the corkscrew(I do remember that). I raced in the race anyway. I was all the way out there from Boston and I wasn't going to miss racing at Laguna. Quarterley and I were out there and both of us crashed. Luckily mine was in practice and I got to finish the race. He crashed out of the race in Superbike.

Coming down the front straight into that long lefthanded sweeper was a rush to say the least. It reminded me of Bridgehampton's long 1/2 mile front straight, under the bridge, then a downhill right sweeper. You held full throttle all the way and hoped you could still see as you went through all the bumps.
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I was there for the 84 race. I rode in BOTT. I think I got a 5th. I can't remember. I broke my arm in practice in the corkscrew(I do remember that). I raced in the race anyway. I was all the way out there from Boston and I wasn't going to miss racing at Laguna. Quarterley and I were out there and both of us crashed. Luckily mine was in practice and I got to finish the race. He crashed out of the race in Superbike.

Coming down the front straight into that long lefthanded sweeper was a rush to say the least. It reminded me of Bridgehampton's long 1/2 mile front straight, under the bridge, then a downhill right sweeper. You held full throttle all the way and hoped you could still see as you went through all the bumps.
Yep, I had the misfortune in 85 of going down in 2 on my 250. Was watching Wayne Rainey go through 2 tuck the front, pick the bike up with his knee and continue on. So I started doing that and on the 13th lap of the main (of all laps), I tucked the front and never got it back on rubber. Luckily for me, I was able to get the bike somewhat through the corner and went down the row of haybayles as opposed to directly in like Eddie Lawson and Jon Woo (RIP) did.

Cool thing is I have a video of it. Funny thing is that once I hit the haybales, you hear my friend go "S**T! and the camera lens points to the ground....because he wanted to see what was happening rookie cameraman mistake...

Wish I would have been able to go back east and race Bridgehampton. Loved Loudon though! Was friends with Don Anderson and David Curly Curtis who I raced against

Dale crashed out in 9 right? I was a huge 1/4ley fan, as he was fast and an underdog. I also thought his van with the green flames was so cool!
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Yep, I had the misfortune in 85 of going down in 2 on my 250. Was watching Wayne Rainey go through 2 tuck the front, pick the bike up with his knee and continue on. So I started doing that and on the 13th lap of the main (of all laps), I tucked the front and never got it back on rubber. Luckily for me, I was able to get the bike somewhat through the corner and went down the row of haybayles as opposed to directly in like Eddie Lawson and Jon Woo (RIP) did.

Cool thing is I have a video of it. Funny thing is that once I hit the haybales, you hear my friend go "S**T! and the camera lens points to the ground....because he wanted to see what was happening rookie cameraman mistake...

Wish I would have been able to go back east and race Bridgehampton. Loved Loudon though! Was friends with Don Anderson and David Curly Curtis who I raced against

Dale crashed out in 9 right? I was a huge 1/4ley fan, as he was fast and an underdog. I also thought his van with the green flames was so cool!
I still have the John Woo sticker on the back of my Interceptor. The old Loudon was great. The new track is more dangerous for bikes, however; my first race at the lod Loudon a kid died in my race trying to pass me on the last lap. His bike hit and moved the hay bales then he hit the wall head first. I didn't see it or know about it until later that night.

Dale had the flames on everything from the van to the bike and helmet up until he went to the Ninja Turtle theme. He and I had some crazy times.
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The 250 is very different from any of my other race bikes. I feel like Gumby on this little thing. The photographer didn't catch the ones of my chin on my hand.


It's pictures like THIS that belong in the "sexy pictures of folks on bikes" thread. Hell, THIS is hot!
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From our last AFM round at Thunderhill Raceway-California June 2.

On my Z2 Racing R6 and my EKR Ninja 250.


p.s. I apologize for the old pics as I just recalled this thread is about most recent BP
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bike number 502. its a little excessive but it helped from going wide and messing up the quick left corner coming up.

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Justin, I see nothing excessive and Mike (510) amazes me how fast he is nearly straight up like that.
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bike number 502. its a little excessive but it helped from going wide and messing up the quick left corner coming up.

Actually, this picture is awesome as it reflects the 3 generations of body positions most utilized in road racing! The trick is to dial the bike into the style you feel comfortable with.

However, this said, #502 is using the body position that most current sport bike geometries are designed for and road racing schools teach.

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These are from my first track day last weekend at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in Jennings, OK. I can't wait to go back so I can get my sloppy form sorted out. On the track, I felt like I was much lower on the tank. I also had trouble with my inside foot slipping on the peg. My right boot scraped once in turn 10, but I never managed to put a knee down. Regardless, I'm addicted now and we are planning a return for Labor Day weekend.



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^^ that's where I'm at geeker. I felt so awesome while riding. Then looked at pictures. Cool pictures, but disappointing.

Now I have 2 weeks until I get to do back-to-back track days with csmith12 and work on that sloppy BP again!!! I gotta remember to OM-NOM-NOM on the back of my hand in turns and really relax the outer arm.
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Old June 15th, 2013, 08:28 AM   #80
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Hello all. First post here and found this thread would like to add to it. I dont have any pics of me on the 250 yet but should have some soon. Only had it for a couple weeks and raced it once but am not up to speed yet. Havent raced in a couple years so its taking me a little bit to get it back.

Any way here are a few of me on a couple of my CBR 600's from the past.





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