Discussion in 'Learner League' started by JiGa, Mar 4, 2014.
Yeah - I was on the GS500F. At least I'm memorable, right?
You don't need to do the intermediate course. That being said, I think you'll probably get more out of it if you have. The intermediate course is a good foundation for it, with some cornering info and lots of stopping practice and lets you concentrate on the stuff you don't know. There is A LOT covered in the advanced course and keeping it all in your head in one day is hard. The less you have thats new, the better.
Did you put your hand up?
I think I did but I do remember struggling with clutch and brake. Always get those two confused...
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