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#1 Gear Nazi
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There's a couple things you need to do.

1) If you really want to learn how to ride on the track well, get a bike that will teach you to ride well. I can't reccomend my bike enough. It teaches you all about holding corner speed and really is kinda unforgiving, if you make a slight error, you aren't any more likely to crash, but the bike will let you know by turning much slower lap times.

2) Pick up "A Twist of The Wrist" and "A Twist of The Wrist 2" by Keith Code, great for beginning track riders, teaches you alot of the things you need to know.

The problem you are going to run into with a SS600 track bike is running costs, you are going to go through tires ALOT faster vs a 250cc bike.

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