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Does anyone have any experience with the Stayin' Safe Motorcycle Training Program?

www.stayinsafe.com
 

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I heard it was a good program but don't know if it is still in existance as Larry died in a motorcylce accident earlier this year after hitting a deer.
 

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I heard it was a good program but don't know if it is still in existance as Larry died in a motorcylce accident earlier this year after hitting a deer.
 

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Checking into it...

I signed up for updates on the Stayin Safe website and included a question about the 2007 schedule. I believe that the company is going to continue on, but I am not sure...
 

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azbob said:
I heard it was a good program but don't know if it is still in existance as Larry died in a motorcylce accident earlier this year after hitting a deer.
According to Road Runner Magazine, the program is going to continue. That is what peaked my interest in the first place.
 

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It was an EXCELLENT course - BUT Larry was clearly the star/leader. It will be hard for anyone else to have his talant/charisma but they could certainly teach the material.
 

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Great training idea close to home!

I see that you are in Maryland. Check out http://www.totalcontroltraining.net There is a site in Frederick, MD at Frederick Comm Coll. It is a fantastic course that will teach you all about how your wing works and how what you do affects it. Cornering technique is the focus of the course, but a very important section of the course is mental focus. This is a topic that no other course addresses. Whether you've ridden for 2 years or a hundred, you will be thrilled with the change in your understanding of your riding, not to mention all the new found ground clearance you will discover.[/url]
 
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