Bring Own Bike?

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    SJ

      I was hoping to go the the South Carolina course in October but it looks like the rental bikes are all reserved so now I am considering waiting until Spring 2023 or I could bring my own bike to SC.

      My bike is a 2022 Ninja 650, no ABS. No modifications.

      Any recommendations for using rental vs my ninja?

      thanks

      #530784
      SJ

        I found the answer on the website. Looks like its okay to bring your own bike.

        #531068
        Alex Hatfield

          Hey SJ,
          Sorry for the delay! About 80% of our students bring their own. When I did the school the first time, I brought my own from 19h away. Worth it!

          #531097
          SJ

            Alex, that is good to know.
            Just curious, do people bring various types and sizes of bikes?
            thanks

            #532109
            Alex Hatfield

              Hey SJ,

              Yes! Everything from Sumos and Road Glides to full-fledged superbikes.

              #532440
              SJ

                So people bring some nice bikes that they use for daily rides?

                I just upgraded from a Ninja 650 to something with slightly more power but it has ABS, cornering ABS, traction control, quickshifter and is just a smoother,solid ride and it doesn’t engine brake as hard. I didn’t know if I should bring my old bike/650 to class as its a fine bike thats less expensive but doesn’t have the newer technology. I was told by someone I should use it in class since it has less power 75 HP vs 110 and it cost less or just bring what you enjoy riding? Sorry, I am probably overthinking all this. Thanks and I apologize for asking all these questions. I just want to get things right. .

                #532838
                Alex Hatfield

                  Hey SJ!

                  The lack of electronics means the bike won’t mask mistakes – a useful thing at a school for sure. That being said, weigh that option against the idea of learning and trying new things. I’d recommend bringing the bike you’re most comfortable with.

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