When riding, always assume every car is gonna pull out in front of you. It's called defensive driving. In other words, make sure you have what fighter pilots call "situational awareness." Other than that...have fun and NO Mp3 players as you ride...very distracting.
I am signing up for a day of training on the local race track as well. No racing though, BMW club organizing rider training and then track time and they (very awesome of them) are including other makes as well.
So me and my V will be there amongst the 40 BMW riders, learning new and wonderful things about ourselves and our steeds.
I would say:
Anything (Theory / Practical / General Reading) on how to improve your riding - Good Idea.
Just going out and gunning it - Bad idea
Passed my third and final round of testing/training here in Ontario, Canada on June 6th. I now have my full M license. But, remember the learning never ever stops. I'm thinking about signing up for track day school next year and going to Chicago to attend the SRTT class. I also read a book on motorcycling at the beginning of every season like Proficient Motorcycling.
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