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    Default NYST - May 20th - Sick Day

    Never been and cud not find info on how these days work.

    I'm guessing I need to get the cheapest membership to NYST and then pay for the track day.

    I tried contacting them, but have not heard back.

    Anyone able to shed some light on this?

    Thanks.


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    You are right on the membership and paying, just leave a message and they will call you back. The opening weekend is this weekend, so they are probably busy right now.
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    The owners of NYST do a pretty good job. It is similar to a TTD bare bones day.

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    ...and DONE.

    Reg'd for Friday May 20th

    Sounds FUN. Maxes Out at Only 30 people

    Helluva great way to start the weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBAX View Post
    Maxes Out at Only 30 people
    Yeah, but there may well be multiple organizations running at the same time. At least there were the one day I did NYST last year... there were the NYST riders, TPM, Penguin and I think someone else too.

    It was a bit of a zoo, to be honest. Not as well-regulated as a TTD day. Not surprising, since there were three or four separate organizations all sharing the track.

    Maybe it was just me... I was having an off day that started with arriving later than I wanted, a rush to tech and dropping my bike, then continued with losing contact with my follow-the-leader group, topped off with a minor agricultural excursion before things finally settled down. But even with all of the stuff that was purely my fault, there were aspects of it that were not up to Tony's standards IMHO.

    Really loved the track, but the overall experience made me appreciate how well-run a TTD day is.

    PS: It's in the middle of bum-fucking nowhere. Leave plenty of time to get there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adouglas View Post
    Yeah, but there may well be multiple organizations running at the same time. At least there were the one day I did NYST last year... there were the NYST riders, TPM, Penguin and I think someone else too.



    It was a bit of a zoo, to be honest. Not as well-regulated as a TTD day. Not surprising, since there were three or four separate organizations all sharing the track.



    Maybe it was just me... I was having an off day that started with arriving later than I wanted, a rush to tech and dropping my bike, then continued with losing contact with my follow-the-leader group, topped off with a minor agricultural excursion before things finally settled down. But even with all of the stuff that was purely my fault, there were aspects of it that were not up to Tony's standards IMHO.



    Really loved the track, but the overall experience made me appreciate how well-run a TTD day is.



    PS: It's in the middle of bum-fucking nowhere. Leave plenty of time to get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctbandit View Post
    Make sure your tires are in decent shape. That track eats them up.
    Truth.

    But that is a side effect of EPIC grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctbandit View Post
    Make sure your tires are in decent shape. That track eats them up.
    Quote Originally Posted by ITGbuDeev View Post
    Truth.

    But that is a side effect of EPIC grip.
    Quote Originally Posted by adouglas View Post
    Yeah, but there may well be multiple organizations running at the same time. At least there were the one day I did NYST last year... there were the NYST riders, TPM, Penguin and I think someone else too.

    It was a bit of a zoo, to be honest. Not as well-regulated as a TTD day. Not surprising, since there were three or four separate organizations all sharing the track.

    Maybe it was just me... I was having an off day that started with arriving later than I wanted, a rush to tech and dropping my bike, then continued with losing contact with my follow-the-leader group, topped off with a minor agricultural excursion before things finally settled down. But even with all of the stuff that was purely my fault, there were aspects of it that were not up to Tony's standards IMHO.

    Really loved the track, but the overall experience made me appreciate how well-run a TTD day is.

    PS: It's in the middle of bum-fucking nowhere. Leave plenty of time to get there.
    Quote Originally Posted by isaac_ View Post
    And the neighbors will give you the stink eye on the way in


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    I am not so fast that I eat thru tires like some of you guys. But I am working on that each time I am out. Thanks for the heads up Andrew! I am coming in the Thurs, the night before and my OCD self will be at Tech early.

    Operation "More Track Time in 2016" is taking shape nicely. I may never be Fast, Fast like so many of you, but it's fun learning more each time I am out.

    And I still find it a lot of fun just watching Blue/Black Groups... For learning, entertainment, and to see what more experienced guys/gals can do.

    Anyone else up there Friday May 20th??
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