it was at the beginning of the summer, then i bought body work and sold the plastics.I thought your ZX6r was Blue?
Ah, I see the blue tank :cheersit was at the beginning of the summer, then i bought body work and sold the plastics.
Eek, get that foot more tucked in!
yep i know, my right boot was begging for mercy that weekend.Eek, get that foot more tucked in!
my plan is to buy another bike to do more touring on with the future wife. i am currently one of 3 candidates for 2 positions at the local PD, that is $6 an hour more then what i am making, once that happens pay some bills and get another bike. both bikes are paid off already, now i just need to sell my house and pay off some credit cards. i am planning on getting a Hayabusa, new.Cool shots. Pretty bold move to sell your street plastics like that... but i guess if you never ride street, why worry, eh?
that might be why, i dont move off more, i already hit knee, so psychologically i think i am as far as i can go, when i know after seeing pictures, i have alot of room to move my upper body, maybe i should think about dragging elbow next, to get my upper body to the inside more.Good stuff!
You got long legs. No way I'd be able to get a knee down at those lean angles.
I used to bring two bikes to track days as well but after a while I didn't bother putting in the effort.
Besides, I'm not allowed to crash at track days anyway
i spend one weekend a month at the track during the summer, then i have to save up all my money during the winter and repeat.The way I see it, you know your pretty damn low when you barely lean off and you drag knee. This happened a few times for me at the Dragon, and I was like damnnnn!
Nice pics though, Im envious that you get to ride the track so often. Very nice leathers by the way. When my Chicane gets real beat up in the future, I will probably upgrade it to the Xelerator.