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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-07-2014, 06:55 AM Thread Starter
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Feedback on Streets @ Willow Track - requested

I'm in the East Coast and with the ridiculous weather, considering doing Superbike School at Streets at Willow in Cali, any feedback on the track will be appreciated.
For those familiar with NJMP and have ridden Streets at Willow, would also be interested to hear your thoughts. Thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-01-2014, 08:18 PM
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the track is very technical, and i did superbike school levels 1 through 3. It helped me improve my riding for sure. the track itself is bumpy and with a lot of cracks. It is a challenging track but it helps you with a lot of different turns. I.E. decreasing radius, esses, chicanes, blind corners, banked bowl. I would recommend it. Might as well hang out in LA while you are out here.

I posted up a lap in another post on here, you can take a look at it.
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SOW is garbage
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SOW is garbage
How is this even remotely helpful? If the dude is asking for feedback on the track, some details would be nice.

SoW definitely needs some work, and if it was repaved, would be at least 4x better than it is. But, if your suspension is even halfway sorted, you can still enjoy yourself at this track. It is highly technical, with varying elevation, and presents the rider with very little time to relax. Screwing up one or two turns can definitely impact your entire lap time as exit/entry points are so intimately tied to one another.

Code's school negates the crappy skid pad too with miniature S turns he throws in there. So that is actually a bonus add as far as I'm concerned.

I really enjoy this track on a 600 or smaller bike. Little too much work on a 1000, vtwin or inline IMO. Counter clockwise is friggin awesome.

I think this is one of those tracks where if you nail, what you think is the perfect lap, you'll actually feel the euphoria spreading from your nuts into your head. $hit eating grin track for sure once you've got it figured out.

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I think this is one of those tracks where if you nail, what you think is the perfect lap, you'll actually feel the euphoria spreading from your nuts into your head. $hit eating grin track for sure once you've got it figured out.
LOL love the expression
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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-16-2014, 03:05 AM
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Fun track but pretty bumpy

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Like everyone has stated very technical,bumpy, however it really
Teaches you allot. Taking your time putting corners together is
The fun of schools and tracktime, i think you will really enjoy it.
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