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Hey all

After a long hunt, and even more patience, I got myself a 2011 zx10r. It's for track purposes only and it is very well set up. I have a few things on order for it to make her complete. Other than getting dogged on for the paint job, I'm extremely happy with it. Looking forward to connecting and learning more from this community. 20180806_164015_1533663141229.jpg

I also have a 2013 Z1000, 2008 Ninja 250r, and a 2013 Victory Highball.
 

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:welcome:


Nothing wrong with her, she's a beaut!! :ayyy:

Ride her like she wants to be ridden and let the haters worry about their own paint jobs!! :werd:
 

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I'm in Virginia for now but I'll be moving back to Texas hopefully next month. I'll be looking for a track org to join up with. I'll be in the Houston area and I know some of the tracks around but I've had a great experience with the org I've been with and want to continue that trend. Hopefully one that will recognize my bump history but that's not really a deal breaker. I can be happy with some overtaking for a day or two.
 

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I'm in Virginia for now but I'll be moving back to Texas hopefully next month. I'll be looking for a track org to join up with. I'll be in the Houston area and I know some of the tracks around but I've had a great experience with the org I've been with and want to continue that trend. Hopefully one that will recognize my bump history but that's not really a deal breaker. I can be happy with some overtaking for a day or two.
Kinda like the Texas area myself :biggrin:

Don't track but I am sure that there are many others on here that do around H-Town and can tell you where to go. :ayyy:
 

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Something like that, just want to know my options and get some opinions.
There's a few options, Ridesmart being the main trackday provider in Tx now.. but MSRH does member days as long as you have a good amount of track experience.

Member days are 30 min sessions at the top/bottom of the hour (cars interchange w/bikes every 30 mins). The cost is comparable to a RideSmart day but you get so much more quality track time because there's no traffic. It's awesome.
 

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Definitely need to hit up VIR before you move to Texas!
I haven't hit that track, but I don't have the time to before I'm planning to leave. I'll be hitting NCBIKE before I go though. It's a fun track, especially on the small bikes. My 250 is a lot of fun out there.
 
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