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Old 01-05-2017, 04:22 PM   #11
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the most fun way to transport is with your butt on the seat and hands on the bars
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Old 01-06-2017, 01:02 AM   #12
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the most fun way to transport is with your butt on the seat and hands on the bars
Normally, that's true ^^^^^, but not in all cases......

Me........


My wife....


Neither of the above bikes are street legal and are used on the track exclusively.....so no riding them to the track.
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Old 01-06-2017, 08:46 AM   #13
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xrated, get a couple GoldWings to pull covered trailers for those sport bikes. LOL
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xrated, get a couple GoldWings to pull covered trailers for those sport bikes. LOL
That would be impressive wouldn't it.....pull up to the track entrance on G.W.s pulling small enclosed trailers with track bikes in them!

I actually an ST1300 also, plus an FZ09 and my D.W. has a FZ07. I think I'll stick with the new T.H. for my track day experience. This coming year will be the first time that we will stay at the track at the end of the day instead of going to the hotel room.....I'm really looking forward to it.
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I have this system and use it for a Harley RoadGlide. I drove to the guys house where he manufactures them to pick mine up. Nice man and he's got a nice business going.
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Old 01-09-2017, 12:33 PM   #16
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Here is a link to an excellent discussion on wheel chocks.....

http://www.keystonerv.org/forums/sho...e+chock&page=3
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I like the idea of using the existing tie down locations. I use the Biker Bar myself. No straps but I did have to drill the floor.
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Old 03-08-2017, 06:09 AM   #19
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Normally, that's true ^^^^^, but not in all cases......

Me........


My wife....


Neither of the above bikes are street legal and are used on the track exclusively.....so no riding them to the track.
need to put that right foot back a tad on the peg LOL jk!!!! if i lurked around on the forums i might know who you are but im new to my Raptor but just sold my R6 that i rode with STT.(quite the conundrum, but im taking a break from TD for now, may get back into it later this year or next). im sure ive met you at the track just dont remember your bike. i hang with the AmishRacing crew.
i have always used the Pitbull Trailer Restraint system for my R6 and FZ6. Ride up, flip the latches, pin it and go. would that not work for the TH?
for my HD's i cant use the pitbull but i still have a set of condors somewhere i may be employing. this thread has me thinking about restraints/chocks. i dont like cinching down on my shocks, no matter how many people say its ok or do it.
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Hey there....I know those guys.....Amish racing crew. My wife Peggy and I are the old folks at the track. She primarily Instructed in Novice and I'm a Lead Instructor in the Intermediate group most of the time. I've only had the GSX-R 750 for a year or so. Prior to that it was a Black 600RR....215 on the plate. Are you on the STT forum too?

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