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post #16 of 45 (permalink) Old 12-31-2010, 03:59 PM
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Alright, I'll bite.

priesker916, married, 2 kids, one at UC Santa Barbara in the Ph.D. program, the other in JC.

Trade: Machinist in the race car industry, machine shop in my garage, also.

Age: Just hit 49

Bikes owned: 1971-Bought a CT-70. Did you know they had a CT-70 class to race rough scrambles in 1971-74? First street bike, 73 Kawasaki 350 triple at age 15, rode for a year with no license, probably rebuilt the engine over the years about 6 times. Everything from YZ125s, to YZ465s, RM400, CR500, Husqvarna 510, Bultaco 360 Astro flattracker, and a bunch of others. A whole shitload of streetbikes, from that old Kawasaki triple, to other Kawasaki triples, Z-1's, CB900Fs (a few of those), various Suzuki, Honda and Kawasaki 4 cylinders, a 1200 Bandit, 955 Daytona (a very fun bike to ride), CBR1000F, and a bunch that I can't recall right now, up to the current Ducati S4 916 and YZ450F. Also, there is a KZ1000 project bike out in the garage right now. I'm gathering parts for that one.

Squidly stuff? My last street crash was a low side in 1979. I crash pretty regularly in the dirt.

Licensing and experience: Probably about 370,000 miles on the street. Raced dirtbikes as a kid through my teens and 20's, everything from, Flattrack, Shorttrack, TT, Enduro, Hare Scrambles, Rough Scrambles, anything we could ride, my friends and I went to race it. Maybe about 9 or 10 years. Lifetime Sportsman. Had a Class C (M1) license since I was 16. A couple of trackday riding classes, a couple of trackdays, strictly Group B (or Group 2, however they classify it, right in the middle).

I still ride every day (California, remember?).

Advise? I don't tell people how to ride, what to buy, or whatever. If you ask my advice, I'll give you my opinion. But if I had to give an opinion about riding, it's focus on what you are doing. Practice, as much as possible. Find people that ride well to teach you.

Gear? Arai. Danner boots. Fox Boots on the dirtbike. Leather jacket. Good gloves (I've got several pairs, the MSR ColdPro's are my favorite).

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eperience...not much

15k street miles, half a dozen track days most of which were instructed, one of them being race school. Didn't get to the track much this summer, only once actually, and will be starting club racing this spring.

I try to help people where i can with the stuff i know about, it doesn't always come out right lol.

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Age: 40

Bikes owned: 1974 Honda CB350 1977 KZ1000, 1980 KZ1000, 1984 Kawasaki GPZ750, 1984 Honda Interceptor 750, 1984 Honda V65 Sabre, 1983 Suzuki Katana 1100, 1986 Kawasaki 454 LTD, 1988 Honda Hurricane 600, 1994 Kawsaki ZX7R, 1997 ZX7R, 1993 Honda CBR900RR, 1980 KZ1300, 2003 Kawasaki ZX9R, 2004 Kawasaki ZX10R, 1998 Triumph Tiger 900, 1998 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500, 1985 Yamaha Vmax, 1987 Suzuki DR650, 1985 Honda XR600, 2005 Kawasaki ZX10R. (I know im missing one or two)

Squidly stuff: Well I been riding for over 20 years and have had my days of squidly stuff. Whether it be jumping stuff or wheelies. I will have to admit I went through the squid world of no helmet or gear. It was until I got hit by a U-turning lady that I decided I needed to wear more than just a helmet.



Licensing/training/experience: Alot and I mean alot of OJT and then I took the MSF course. A few track times, nothing to write home about and numerous hours/ miles or riding.

Gear: 2 X11 Shoei Helmets, 5 DOM/YF Shoei's, 3 Quantum II Arais, 2 AGV's and misc. passenger helmets. 1 Alpine Stars leather, 2 leather Rockets, 2 mesh rockets. 2 sets of Alpine Stars boots. No full suits.

At the end of the day: I realized riding is an important part of my life and will always own a motorcycle-kinda like a part of the food group-you will always need it. It helps in more ways than ever when it comes to unwinding.
With over 20 years of riding experience, I can say I have experienced it all, whether it be a simple broken throttle cable to giving the fattest chick a ride home because SHE was stranded-I did it all.
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Have been riding motorcycles since 1965. Have continously owned some kind of motorcycle since 1974.

Have logged over 400,000 miles on the street

Still alive with all appendages

After listening to some people talk for a time, I just want to ask them, "Who ties your shoes for you?"

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post #20 of 45 (permalink) Old 02-25-2011, 05:47 PM
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Handle: kevin_stevens

Age: Older than you.

Year bought first street bike: 1972

Previous bikes:
'70 Suzuki TS90
'77 Suzuki GS750
'81 Suzuki GS450S
'81 Yamaha 550 Seca
'86 Honda Hurricane
'84 Honda Nighthawk 700S
'82 Honda FT500 Ascot
'86 Honda VFR700F
'00 Triumph Sprint ST
'98 BMW K1200RS
'98 Suzuki TL1000S
'03 Suzuki GSX-R1000
'00 Moto Guzzi V11S
'01 Honda CBR600F4i
'97 Ducati 748
'01 Triumph Speed Triple
'06 Kawasaki ZX-14
'09 Buell 1125CR
'10 BMW S1000RR
'87 BMW K100RS
'12 BMW K1300S

Current bikes:
None.
That's a wrap.



Certifications/Classes:
CA motorcycle endorsement, but I transferred from Texas so don't ask me about the CA driving test or the MSF BRC.
Multiple MSF ERC
Lee Parks ARC
Lee Parks ARC Track
Jason Pridmore STAR riding school
Reg Pridmore CLASS riding school
StreetMasters riding clinic
Keith Code California Superbike School Levels 1&2.

General Experience: Dirt rider from 12-18, street license since 15, motorcycle as sole transportation for a ten year period and pretty consistent riding outside of that. Several hundred thousand miles career. Currently commute 4+ days/week, sport riding, and track days. I also compete at autocross, numerous regional championships and National Tour wins in everything from Corvettes to Miatas to rally cars; currently '05 Evo RS.

Tracks:
Buttonwillow
Willow Springs (big track, Streets, and HorseThief)
Spring Mountain in Pahrump
Laguna Seca
Auto Club Speedway at Fontana (AMA, infield)
Chuckwalla
Oh, and I've done Thunderhill in a Corvette.

One significant motorcycle accident in '81 - classic oncoming left-turner. Bike totalled, very fortunately no serious injury. One insignificant lowside in '10, minor damage, no injury.

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post #21 of 45 (permalink) Old 03-17-2011, 11:00 PM
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Past scoots:

'85 Yamaha Badger (80cc four-wheeler)
'88 Yamaha 200cc four-wheeler
'94 Honda 250 Nighthawk
'96 Honda CBR600F3
'02 Suzuki GS500 (stolen the night I bought it )
'07 Honda Spirit 750 C2 (current whip)

Training: MSF BRC & ERC, '98 - '02 (req'd to have at least a one-day refresher course per year per base commanders' orders during my AF days ), was going to get MSF Instructor Certification, but lost interest.

Qualifications: Street licensed in the following states for the "M" endorsement: Florida, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Kansas. I know, I'm a nomad.

Experience: Started on the aforementioned '85 Yammy Badger when I was but 6 years old. From there, I progressed quite rapidly through various and sundry dirtbikes (mostly Yam's but a couple of fire-breathing Kawi's thrown in here and there), four-wheelers, and the odd go-kart. Raced 125's on dirt as well as four-wheelers (again, of the 125cc variety, oddly). I've probably logged somewhere around 100,000 miles on the street throughout my life and at least 2,000 hours off-roadin'.

Gear: AFX FX-90 helmet (flat black with silver/gray tribal-y artwork), mirrored, smoke, and clear shields. Icon armored gloves, S&S armored jacket (again, sticking with the matte-black theme), Blackhawk black backpack, classic harness boots, jeans.

Miraculously, I've never been in an accident or even a fender-bender. I've had more than my fair share of close calls and pants-shitting moments of terror, but all in all I've been quite lucky. Only dropped one bike: the '94 Nighthawk while trying to bump-start it.

"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us now. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down, now, and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may Posterity forget that ye were our countrymen!" - Samuel Adams, Founder, brewer, and patriot.

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Age: 34

Bikes owned: '77 Honda Express (scooter), '78 Honda Express (scooter), '78 Yamaha GT80, 1991 Honda XR100, 1990 Yamaha TW 200, 1992 Kawasaki KX125, 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 650r

Squidly stuff: Grew up learning to ride on the scooters, starting at age 9. Used them both on the street and dirt . Moved into dirt bikes, then racing Enduros and Motocross. Too many squidly moments to even begin to share!

Licensing/training/experience: Raced the Black Jack Enduro Circuit in the '90's and ran Motocross in Billings, MO- my last season in Expert class 125's (1993). After that got too $$$ I had to quit, focus on life for a bit. Back on two wheels now, on my Ninja 650r, average about 1400 miles a month. Commuter-bike and fun machine in one! "M" endorsement here in MO.

Gear: Rocking a Bell Star, and the rest depends on the weather. Today I've been wearing Scorpion Leather perf jacket, AGV Textile pants, Teknik Gloves, and Vega short-boots.
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name: Call me Tanny.

Age:22

motorcycles owned:
cbr250rr 1998
gsx750r k7
fazer150

rider resume:
Well,i am a pretty short guy.First motorcycle experince was a pocket bike when i was around 6.Rode it till 13,then got a scooter for commuting but rode it like hell.Till then i was a huge motorcycle riding geek .But then, i turned 17 got a fazer150 for commuting,accompanied some racers at the tracks,did a track day.I was quite fast for a rookie ,because i used to already ride hard on streets.I wanted to start racing but dad and family refused to support,so started earning and saving for my passion.At 21 i started racing after getting a cbr250rr.Racing for making a good profession in it.

Nowdays me and my brother,who is 28 currently are racing,he races gsx750r at nationals.
I race r15,moded category group 'd' at state levels recently won a state championship and looking forward to move to nationals in group 'a' 1000cc category in chennai in expert class.But before that i would have to have a good 1000cc experience.But then i will probably be leaving India for racing further.

If not on tracks then i would probably with my dog or with my cbr,just kinda fun to see how the machinary works.Still living with a dream to race at world superbike level.....may be i never make it though.

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Started out on a budgie tricycle with a box on the back for carrying stuff ...many bikes came and went ....Now got a KTM garage queen and a Honda for the commute.
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Born: Dec 9 1979
Began riding on the street: Early 2001
Began riding on the track: Late 2004
Miles ridden on the street: ~50k. Probably 75-100k combined, street & track.
Bikes owned: '00 Kawi ZX6R (street/track days), '89 Kawi EX500 (race), '02 Kawi KX250 (dirty monster)
Bikes currently own: 2003 Aprilia Tuono (street/track days), '06 SV650 (race/track days), 2001 KTM 400exc (street/woods)


Formal Training:
- MSF BRC
- Countless track days from 2004 to present
- Cornerspeed Level 1 Race School, Spring 2006
- Licensed CCS and LRRS Road Racer, Spring 2006
- Trained Instructor, Control Rider and Cornerworker for Tony's Track Days since Summer 2006
- Expert LRRS/CCS road racer, Spring of 2009
- Trained MSF RiderCoach, Spring of 2009

General experience:
2001 - Completed MSF BRC. Licensed in MA

2004 - Purchased a bike in May. Began riding more seriously after attending my first two track days in Loudon, NH with Tony's Track Days

2005 - Started averaging 10 or more track days per year with Tony's Track Days

2006 - Completed the Cornerspeed Level 1 race school, earned my CCS race license, formed Cheap Bastid Racing and began competing in the Loudon Road Racing Series
Bumped from Novice to Amateur status after 10 races
Began working as a Guest Instructor for Tony's Track Days

2007 - Appointed as a perminent Track Day Instructor for Tony's Track Days.

2008 - After a successful race season as an Amateur, became an Expert road racer with the Loudon Road Racing Series and Championship Cup Series.

2009 - Signed on with ECK Racing, became an MSF RiderCoach and began coaching the Massachusetts MSF BRC through Ironstone Ventures.

2010 - Named Assistant Chief Instructor for Tony's Track Days.
Finished 4th overall in LRRS Expert LWSS
Finished 3rd overall in LRRS Expert LWSB
Finished 2nd overall in LRRS Expert LWGP
Finished 2nd overall in LRRS Expert Pirelli Diablo 600 Challenge

2011 - Made "manager" of ECK Racing.
One of four instructors chosen to be trained by long time motoryclist, published author and Tony's Track Days Chief Instructor Ken Condon for his Personalized Instruction Program.
Finished 2nd overall in LRRS Expert LWSS
Finished 3rd overall in LRRS Expert LWSB
Finished 3rd overall in LRRS Expert LWGP
Finished 3rd overall in LRRS Expert GTL


Squidly stuff: I ride a Tuono, a race bike & a dirt bike... need I say more?

Gear: Too much to list... and I still don't have enough

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Age: 21

Bikes owned: 2000 CBR600F4, 2009 Yamaha FZ6, 2002 Ninja 250, 2006 Kawasaki ZX-6R/636

Squidly stuff: started on a 600, I was a special snowflake I thought. Luckily it went well and my riding has had proper instruction to go in the right direction. I enjoy wheelies (even though I suck at them). Typically ride street with just Jeans, Tennis Shoes, Helmet, Gloves, and Jacket.

Licensing/training/experience:
October 2010 - MSF BRC
July 2011 - First Track Day, Novice Level
October 2011 - First Track Day, Intermediate Level
March 2013 - First Track Day, Advanced group
April 2013 - Race Licensing... tentatively
Total: 30+
1.5 years experience, but I'm really slow on the street.

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The age of Steingar is no one's concern. Old enough to know better. Steingar could not remember all the bikes he has ridden, nor could he easily count up the miles, as they touch both US coasts and a fair number of international borders. Steingar attended one motorcycle safety course compliments of the California Highway Patrol, his squidly antics put him there. Steingar wears a Snell rated full face helmet, an armored jacket made of leather or Cordura fabric, full-length pants and closed shoes at minimum. Steingar reads no book that he can't color afterwards.

This talking about yourself in the third person is kinda fun. I can see why Joe Biden likes it. Then again, being indulged by the current occupant of Number One Observatory Circle does not exactly recommend an activity.

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Handle: Tony216 (Tony is my first name, 216 is my number and my anniversary)

Age: I'll be 40 the day before the Mayan's think the world is going to end.

Bikes owned: currently, Buell Firebolt, HD FXD, Aprilia SR50, Speed Triple. Past: DRZsm, Husky 510, 636, R6, SV650, two FZR400's, F2, Monster S4R, GSXR750 and 1000, and a few more I can't think of.

Squidly stuff: I used to street ride my GT80 when I was a little kid. I used to like to do stoppies. My rear brakes are often used to skid my back tire. I don't do the ATGATT thing. I always wear helmet and real shoes though. I rode on permits for awhile. My first streetbike was a KZ750 (add that to the bikes I've owned). Theres lots more, I did a lot of squidly things. Hell, still do. I'm not a safety nazi.

Licensing/training/experience: I've had an M endorsement since 1995. MSF basic course, Penguin RR school, TPM race school and one of their older training schools. Lots of track days. Been roadracing for a few years and actually started to make an effort towards doing it right a couple of years ago (got a couple of Novice wins in 2010 at Loudon and a few trophies at Summit Point this year). I've done American Supercamp quite a few times, including the Pro School.

Gear: Vanson race suit, three Arai Corsairs, two different sets of Held gloves, Oxtars (something), Sidi Vortice Air, Dainese back protector, mouth piece, ear plugs and dirt gear.

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Age: 36

Bikes owned: Indian (1), Honda (2), Suzuki (several), Husky(1), Yamaha (1)

Squidly stuff: occasional wheelie, stoppie, jumping the railroad tracks, etc..

Licensing/training/experience: Been riding street since 94 and track since 2006. I do approx. 15 track days a year.

Gear: Mesh, leather, plastic, etc..


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