I took the MSF Basic Rider Course in 2009 got my license and purchased a Kawasaki KLX250SF based upon the instructor's/salesman's recommendations. Enjoyed the bike very much and rode it for about 2000 miles. I now own a 2009 Versys which I rode for 5000 miles last year, love the bike and would like to improve my riding. I got a late start riding, I'm 57, but enjoy it very much as I do the forum which I try to catch up on every couple of days. I've read and continue to read many of the motorcycling books recommended on the forum. Being that many of the members on here are lifetime riders and most have more experience than me my question is what would be more helpful for me to improve my riding. Take the MSF Experienced Rider Course, do a track day-Tony's Track Day in NH-I live in MA or take a Total Control ARC class also offered at the track in NH. I'm primarily interested in becoming more comfortable cornering and generally improving all my skills. Appreciate your opinions and suggestions in advance.