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Okay, I’ve had the 2015 S1KRR for a couple months and took it out of rain mode. Setup User Mode and WOW!!!!! This thing just got even more fun.

Have been lingering on the forum looking up advice on fixing a few little issues and the bike/brakes are running great now.

I’m looking at buying a set of gloves that will get me to my first track day class. (I want to take a class not just ride) I’m in the Houston, TX area.

Any schools/classes you suggest for an old time cruiser rider that is on his first SS bike?
 

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Okay, I’ve had the 2015 S1KRR for a couple months and took it out of rain mode. Setup User Mode and WOW!!!!! This thing just got even more fun.

Have been lingering on the forum looking up advice on fixing a few little issues and the bike/brakes are running great now.

I’m looking at buying a set of gloves that will get me to my first track day class. (I want to take a class not just ride) I’m in the Houston, TX area.

Any schools/classes you suggest for an old time cruiser rider that is on his first SS bike?
If you're in Texas hit up @BMW_388 to have your ECM unlocked, you thought the bike was unreal before just wait to see how it feels after! Lots of racers on here to help guide you in the right direction also.
 

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Okay, I’ve had the 2015 S1KRR for a couple months and took it out of rain mode. Setup User Mode and WOW!!!!! This thing just got even more fun.

Have been lingering on the forum looking up advice on fixing a few little issues and the bike/brakes are running great now.

I’m looking at buying a set of gloves that will get me to my first track day class. (I want to take a class not just ride) I’m in the Houston, TX area.

Any schools/classes you suggest for an old time cruiser rider that is on his first SS bike?
HAHA! I remember that feeling when I had my 12 and finally switched from rain to sport and again from sport to race lol!
Have you given any thoughts to the California Superbike School? Also, several other organizations offer first timer track days with an intro class. I've done CSS levels 1-4 and have nothing but great things to say about them but they are on the pricey side. There are alternative options that are less expensive but I can't comment on whether or not they are better than CSS, I can only comment on my experiences with CSS and they are awesome in my book.
 

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Thanks for the info. The only CCS approved schools I see in TX are the Better Ride clinics.
My work schedule right now is ridiculous so I’ll look at those for next year.
 
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