I do the STT days. They're awesome. They have a great novice program with free classroom instruction and I think that the riders are more apporpriately disbursed through levels than say NESBA (although I think they do a great job as well.) The main difference between STT and many other organizations is that:
-inside and outside passing in both intermediate and advanced
-outside passing allowed in novice
-great novice instruction plus great control riders for higher levels
-they typically run rain or shine so be ready to get wet if need be
-good prices overall and the membership is cheap compared to many organizations
Hi all, apologies in advance for the negative 1st post but i have a 2003 RR which wouldn't start although fuel pump was ok etc just span really fast on the button but wouldn't fire. Turns out cylinders 1 and 4 had 40 psi and 2 and 3 20 psi so engine pretty well toast although was running fine...