Posted this in regional, but thought it might make more sense here... I rode my first supermoto bike on a track last Friday. I took the SoCal Supermoto class, and I gotta say, it was awesome. I'm looking around for a used DRZ400 right now to keep doing this on a regular basis. I did have a lot of trouble getting my mind to think that moving to the outside of the bike was the proper way to take a corner so I focused mainly on staying slow and getting the form right. I made some good headway, I thought, and felt a lot more comfortable getting to the right side of the bike and brought some speed into and out of the corners. I'm also a ton more comfortable about the feel of a bike just moving around underneath me non-stop. A little review of the class. This was hands down the most easy-going and relaxed track school I have ever been to. Brian is super knowledgeable about supermoto and the way to get faster and has a way of speaking in a manner that helps you understand it in a few different ways. I had a great time and I can't imagine a better way to spend $200. Your money gets you the class, the bike, and all the track time you could ever want. I've done lots of track days and I know I have never had as much track time with any of them as I did here. It seems like it could go either way though as if there's a lot of karts there you could be sharing time with a number of other groups. You also get a ton of awesome pictures, available through Smugmug. I would highly recommend this to anyone even vaguely interested in blowing a day on a good time. Here's a link to the two different galleries from that day; Pic page One : Pic page Two : and a link to his website : Socal Supermoto. Edit: In case you can't tell by my name on the leathers, I'm in the red and white AGV's with the blue and white helmet on.