Alright so the past few weeks I have been attending various motorcycle safety schools offered by the Marine Corps on Camp Lejeune, NC. The 2 that stood out was ARTD (Advanced Rider Track Day) and AMOS (Advanced Motorcycle Operator School). For those two school the instructors from the California Superbike School were there, including Keith Code himself. With ARTD it was just a 0.4 mile track set out by cones and it was open to all bikes. Learned alot about my bike and my abilities on my bike and did things I never though possible on these bike (I ride a Custom BTW). The last two days I did AMOS. OMG wow, amazing classes. Instructors were fantastic. If you couldn't get something right, then they just kept working with you and never once got frustrated. The amount of knowledge was kinda intimitating at first but by then end of the two days everything fell into place. I was pulling lap times as quick as alot of the sportbike dudes. I was able to stop this little pig in 29 yards at 40mph, 39 yards at 50 mph, and 46 yards at 60 mph. This bike can perform pretty freaking amazingly. They also had a new decked out BMW S1000RR for us to get a VERY breif testride on it. OMFG that bike is a rocket. Throw it in second and at around 9000 RPM it just takes off and power doesn't fall off, of course I didnt even closely reach the limit of the speed on that thing. It literally felt like it was going to grow wings and fly away. The thing was so light and felt amazingly stable in the corners. Just wicked crazy. It was also one of the smoothest vehicles I have ever operated. I'm getting pretty serious about making this an investment down the road (or something similar). Anyways, useless post, just trying to promote the awsomeness of this school, I suggest anyone of you go. It's without a doubt, one of the best learning experiances I have ever had in my life. OK, sorry it took so long. Stay safe out there guys.