I'm sure Code's TWIST is a staple among many of you guys, and have been advised to read it as a rider if not for racing, but for my own general benefit. I've definitely found my niche in riding or more so my excitement, in the turns. This book just blew open all the blocks I've encountered as a new rider. I want to start practicing the basics, yet want assurance that I am doing so correctly. In addition, TWIST has given me a real hunger to get to the track and see if I the sport is a match for me. Being a tough competitor all the way through to college sports and being told I have a very coach-able personality I really want to give it a go. I've already been informed by a lot of the stickies and other riders about expectations of road racing's basic glories and drawbacks... so advice on where to get started would be great.