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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-24-2012, 10:20 PM
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Just finished Levels 3 & 4 at L.V. last weekend. Really enjoyed the two day camp and had a great learning experience. Mikey and Gerry were my coaches - was able to identify some things to really improve my riding techniques. Can't recommend the school highly enough.

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Just finished Levels 3 & 4 at L.V. last weekend. Really enjoyed the two day camp and had a great learning experience. Mikey and Gerry were my coaches - was able to identify some things to really improve my riding techniques. Can't recommend the school highly enough.

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Has anyone been on the Las Vegas track for CSS? It looks like it is entirely in the infield at the NASCAR track. I am thinking about doing levels 3 & 4 there and wanted to see if anyone has an opinion about taking them at L.V.

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They run the school now on the Classic Course at Las Vegas and it is a fast and flowing track, really fun and I'm pretty sure we ran it in both directions so it is like getting to ride two different tracks It's a great place to take the school but don't expect that you will be able to go out on the town or to a show after the school hahahaha most students are in bed at 8:00 after riding all day and never get to experience the real Vegas

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They run the school now on the Classic Course at Las Vegas and it is a fast and flowing track, really fun and I'm pretty sure we ran it in both directions so it is like getting to ride two different tracks It's a great place to take the school but don't expect that you will be able to go out on the town or to a show after the school hahahaha most students are in bed at 8:00 after riding all day and never get to experience the real Vegas

Let me know if you have any more questions about the school!

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Yes Misti is absolutely correct. I was able to do level 1 & 2 in October at LVMS. Running the track in opposite directions was great for learning and improving skills since your not stuck taking the same lines all the time. There were only a couple level 3 and 4 but we all made sure to move out of the way for you fast guys and didn't have any issues with anyone.

As for enjoying yourself after the class the two days were pretty intense. A couple older fellers were opting out of the final sessions on day 2. I wasn't able to make out past 10 pm on Sunday and I just turned 30 lol.

If you want to really enjoy Vegas spend an extra day or 2 before or/and after the course. Also car rental is a must! (if you didn't drive in)
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Yes Misti is absolutely correct. I was able to do level 1 & 2 in October at LVMS. Running the track in opposite directions was great for learning and improving skills since your not stuck taking the same lines all the time. There were only a couple level 3 and 4 but we all made sure to move out of the way for you fast guys and didn't have any issues with anyone.

As for enjoying yourself after the class the two days were pretty intense. A couple older fellers were opting out of the final sessions on day 2. I wasn't able to make out past 10 pm on Sunday and I just turned 30 lol.

If you want to really enjoy Vegas spend an extra day or 2 before or/and after the course. Also car rental is a must! (if you didn't drive in)
Hahahah, awesome. Ya, the school tuckers you out and it is hard to stay up late, love it that you didn't make it past 10:00, hahah we have guys that tell us Sunday morning that they were in bed at 7:30! And yes, lots of people opt out of the last ride session of the day, 7 sessions of riding is a LOT!

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