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Old 05-07-2012, 12:19 PM   #11
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MotoMind: awesome, thanks for a quick/easy course. Will set it up next time. I had a more involved one, but it was a bit slow due to a lot of tight turns at close distances.
I also found this on Amazon, which I'm thinking of ordering

Pretty good price, and good reviews.

OhGood: yeah I saw their page, looks like they are on the right track with it.

Oh, one thing to keep in mind, is that these are not your typical parking lot, SLOW exercises. The point is to beat your or your oponent's best lap time, so at the end with more and more skill and confidence you are hauling ass through the course. That is the main difference that makes Gymkhana so appealing to me. I used to do slow exercises when I was just starting out, but it got boring really quickly. With this, you constanlty running against a timer, and the exercises are a lot more extreme as you accelerating and braking hard all the time, as well as try and turn as fast as possible.

It IS a lot of fun!

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