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FREE Seminar- Wilkins Harley – Barre, VT
Jan 27 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

So you think you can ride? Ten Tips for Increasing Cornering Confidence and Safety. Presented by the famous Ken Condon Open to the public and all Motorcycle Enthusiasts January 27, 2018 11 a.m. A motorcyclist for four decades, Ken Condon is best known to the motorcycling world as the author of Riding in the Zone, Motorcycling the Right Way and the Street Savvy column for Motorcyclist Magazine. He is also chief instructor for Tony’s Track Days, 20 year MSF instructor and owner of Riding in the Zone Advanced Rider Training.

8 comments on “Group Training & Event Calendar
  1. John Brandt says:

    Hi Ken….looking at the 1 day RITZ days and I see only ONE (1) Non-sportbike track day? Aug 21st. Can’t see what track it is at.


  2. John Brandt says:

    Hi Ken
    Looking at the 1 day RITZ days, but I see the ONE Non-Sportbike Track day, Aug 21st….Only ONE and when I click, don’t see which track?

  3. wanda carr says:

    where are your classes held. do I need to ride my own bike.

  4. Ron ahlstedt says:

    please tell me when you will be near Ga.

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