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Advanced Riders Course 2

Last year the wife and I decided to take an advanced riders course developed by Lee Parks @ a Tonystrackday. The Arc 1 was dedicated mostly to body position and where you should be looking prior to and during a turn. they also touched on Brake throttle transition in order to be smooth.

This year we signed up for ARC 2 which im told will be more about choosing a line, suspension setup, trail braking etc. Lee Parks himself will be there which will be a bit of a plus.

Has anyone completed this class (part 2) what should we expect. ? I know the first class was allot of course time and hands on instruction.
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Has anyone completed this class (part 2) what should we expect. ? I know the first class was allot of course time and hands on instruction.
I took level 2 a while ago, so I can't remember all the specifics. The one thing that sticks in my mind was the braking drills. I thought this was the most helpful part of the course for me personally. I did a stoppie accidentally and it scared the crap out of me haha. It's a good place to learn the limits of the bike. Have fun!

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