Join Date: May 2012
Location: Portland Oregon
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Since it wasn't mentioned, even if you are able to ride in a higher group...ride in "C" group your first time out. There are more rules about passing, but it also allows you find the lines without concern of some tard' busting a move to the inside and tucking it because he had to go fast.
Take it easy, ride at 80% of your skill, and develop your flow for track riding.
Last week at PIR (Portland Or), 4 or 5 people went down...most were in B group.
Quality of life vs. Quantity of life. Your mileage may vary.