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Chris Peris Riding School 2 20.00%
Streetmasters 0 0%
Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic 1 10.00%
All three! 7 70.00%
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post #1 of 11 Old 01-08-12, 22:14 Thread Starter
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Which course would you attend?

Chris Peris Riding School
http://www.perisrs.com/
Streetmasters
http://www.streetmasters.info/
Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic
http://totalcontroltraining.net/
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It all depends on what you want out of a school.

I did the streetmasters as my first on track experience. Most of the riders were on goldwings or harleys. The Instructors were on bike bikes as well but you still work on the same drills that filter thru to higher performance riding. We did braking drills, cornering drills, and visual drills. I loved it! The track was the Horse Theif Mile at Willow Springs....it simulates a real curly canyon road with a line down the middle.

I'm a believer in schools though. There are usually less people on the track and more in tune to working on things (i.e. safer than a track day to practice things). So in my opinion, I would take any or all of the schools just to remind myself of things I need to work on.
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i did the 2 day camp w keith code at barber in birmingham... nothing but great things to say about the facility and school. they really have the routine down and it shows.
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He must have something for sale.


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I just did the chris peris school. Had a great time, laid back but got some very useful info/tips. I would recommend it, the track at Inde motorsports park is very challenging and really teaches you where you need to be on the track.
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Being in VA, have you looked at/heard of this one? http://www.cornerspin.com/main.html

It's an absolute blast and very affordable. There's a road course counterpart that's called cornerspeed, but I can't speak to that one. I learned a ton through cornerspin, can't recommend it enough.
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With all respect...

None, I'd go to California Superbike school for a week a Laguna Seca. But that's me. I may just do that in 2016 after I get back from Jamaica.

'When you're racing, it's life. Anything that happens before or after is just waiting.' - Steve McQueen
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Anyone attend Yamaha Champions Riding School? would love to hear opinions.
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