This year I finally got out on the track and participated in two track days. My first track day was at BeaveRun and by the time the event was over I already knew track days were going to become an addiction of mine. My second track day was at Putnam Park, and after the first track day I was already feeling more confident in my riding ability and I got both of my knees down before the day was over!!!
Needless to say, I had a blast at that event! The main thing I noticied that was lacking at both events were women riders. Sure, there were a few women riders at both track days I went to but I would love to see more out there. Since I started riding in 2000, I've definitely noticied more women riders on the street and it would be great to have more women on the track showing up the men!! :wink: The great thing for women is that track days can be affordable. (Sorry guys, I know you don't want to hear this part). For women, you can go to www.femmoto.com
and registar to get your annual membership for a fee of only $35.00. Then, after you've signed up, track days for club femmoto members through sportbiketracktime are only $100 at most venues. I hope to see more women on the track in 2007, and hey it's good to remember that track days are a great way to learn how to increase your riding skills without having to worry about cops, gravel, oncoming traffic etc.