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Jan 29, 2015

Dave Moss Announces 2015 Suspension School Seminar Schedule

DAVE MOSS 2015 USA SUSPENSION SCHOOL SEMINAR SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

"Knowledge creates understanding, understanding creates relaxation, relaxation creates speed."

Dave pioneered this school in California during 2007 for racers and track day riders and since then the school has traveled world wide.

For 2015 in association with Sportbike Track Time, he will travel across the USA to teach very small groups of racers and riders that really want to develop an understanding and vocabulary on chassis and suspension from feedback to problem solving.

This is a one day hands-on school where you will be required to work on your own motorcycle to gain a theoretical appreciation matched with on track real time experience for what settings manifest what net results in a systematic and logical way.

Rain or shine you end up with a bike that works for you by days end!

For 2015, the schools will be at the following tracks:
4/18, 19 at NOLA
6/1, 2 at Road America
7/11, 12 at Blackhawk Farms
7/18, 19 at Putnam Raceway
8/1, 2 at Autobahn Motorsports Park
8/22, 23 at NCM in Kentucky
10/10, 11 at Carolina Motorsports Park
11/7-8 at Barber Motorsports Park


HOW DO I SIGN UP?

STEP ONE:
Book in with Sportbike Track Time for the track day
https://www.sportbiketracktime.com/


STEP TWO:
Secure your suspension school spot by emailing dave@feelthetrack.com


Make sure you specify the date, track and day you will be attending!

NOTE: Remember that Saturday for Racers and Advanced riders, Sunday for Intermediate.


LOOKING FOR MORE INFORMATION?
You can go to Dave’s webpage to understand what you will learn and read testimonials from riders who have taken the school:
http://feelthetrack.com/2015-schedule-calendar/suspension-school/

STT Forum on the school is here:
http://www.sttforum.com/showthread.php?t=14597


There's no better way to develop an understanding and vocabulary on what your motorcycle is doing so you can trouble shoot issues yourself to quickly get to the required change(s) you need.