A car forum I used to go on, used to run an official track tour each year. The idea being visit a few different circuits, planned out in advance to get as many people on as possible which brings the following benefits:- less scary for track newbies as they will have people they know there
tis a lot more fun with lots of people (as CCS showed) and also gets a bit competitive
Shared accomodation when doing tracks further away cutting costs
With a group you can take over a whole pit garage, and due to people being out in different groups your stuff is much safer when left alone.
There will be greater tools, resource available should something go wrong with your bike.
I am going to get the ball rolling with the following event, get involved as the more people the better
27th July - Brands Hatch run by focused events which means there will be instructors on hand free of charge. It is also in the evening (be there for 4pm registration) meaning it is cheaper and you only need a few hours off work. The indy track is great for beginners as there isn’t many corners so you get the hand of it quicker.
You’d be surprised at how loud 102db is to break… I had a cut down twin port stubby Blue Flame exhaust on my Gixer Thou no baffles and it was fackin loud… 90db :DThere was another guy there on a Ducati with 2 arrow exhaust, that was fackin LOUD!! His must have been right on the limit!!
Just my 2penneth worth again, my local MOT place didn’t have a db checker thingy… They just had a tool for checking emissions… So this might prove difficult!! If you don’t live to far from Brands might be worth getting down there on hour or two earlier, have them check it… Alternatively just whack the standard back on… I think they only measure it at like 5500rpm so I wouldn’t worry mate!!