Just signed up for Lev 1 and 2, may 8 and 9th at NJMP. Anyone been to Keith Code's school? What did you think?
I liked the way it was organized. They tell you about something in the classroom, then you go straight out and practice that technique. Sounds simple, but most schools just let you run amok on the track.
Most people love the "no brakes" drill. I hated it.
I've only done level 1. You work on very specific exercises at each level. You will learn two or three things that will make you a better rider. It's very structured and the caliber of the instructors is very high.What did the school do for your abilities after you finished it? Did you do multiple levels? I am fairly new to track and motorcycle riding in general, so I am a sponge right now and thinking it will help me develop the right habits before bad ones kick in.
I'm told this is the best school out there, anyone disagree? Anything better out there? Not trying to be a racer, just want to get my track riding ability as high as possible. Thanks!
Not really fair to compare the two when you have never done a Code track day Ty...:stickymanguy we used to ride track with did it with bmw and he still sucked, even on his brand new 2010 848. jason pridmore's star school is way better. much more useful techniques for your average track rider. the stuff at keith code is too complicated for your average rider. pridmore got me dragging knee on a 94 f2 in less than 2 sessions on the track with two basic tips.
He asks that to see what YOUR answer is so that he can then tell YOU what it is that YOU are or are not doing correctly. Seriously though if i am paying for these schools I don't want to be told what to do every step of the way that will not help improve anybody's riding at all. YOU need to be forced to think about what it is that YOU are doing wrong or right. If you want someone to ride the bike for you just stay at home and play the Moto GP or WSBK video game.staying loyal to pridmore. he was genuine, approachable, humble, and extremely helpful.
all i got from the guy that took css was that he spent all day in fourth with no brakes and code was rude.
Guy: so what is the best line to take that corner?
code: what do YOU think the best line for that corner is?
guy: thats why i just paid to take your school... so you could tell me.
in codes defense- twist of the wrist is amazing, thank you for that contribution keith code.