Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Nyack, NY
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I'm personally willing to try anyone's school, but I chose CSS because some of the fastest guys I've seen and talked to recommended it. I'm 35 and just started riding 2 years ago, and only got on track 5 times at the end of last year. I don't have the time (or the patience) to figure out how to go fast by figuring it out myself without instruction.
Riding fast on a track is very counter-intuitive to what you think you should be doing, perfect example is countersteering. push right to go right, doesn't make sense until you do it.
I am also pretty sure I don't have a lot of God given talent, but I also know that riding a motorcycle is all about the physics. If someone who is much better at it than you can teach you the physics and how to apply it, you should be able to learn faster than if you tried to figure it out yourself. Based on that, I am sure if you took either school, you would come out a better, faster, and smarter rider.
No reason to get into who has a better school, it's all about how much you put into it that will determine how much you get out it.