Michigan to Barber Sept 2,3,4 2017

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  1. steve802cc

    steve802cc Knows an apex

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    I'm considering going to Barber this weekend. I've got my diesel van and could easily pull a trailer if anybody wanted to come along.

    Basically Port Huron Michigan 48060 to Barber. Thursday night or Friday morning departure, head home after the track day Monday evening.

    Message me here or through Facebook.

    https://m.facebook.com/steve.mcgregor.7737?ref=bookmarks

    Steve
     
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  2. TLR67

    TLR67 Knee dragger
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    Damn Steve we need to synch our schedules up..... I cant do anything until NCM in a few weeks.... Then Barber in Oct..... Take note!!! Hope all is well...
     
  3. j cal

    j cal Rides with no training wheels

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    Hey Steve! I'm the one with the '10 BMW issues, talked to you at Grattan this past weekend, thanks for the help!

    Can't do this weekend, but can in October =)
     
  4. steve802cc

    steve802cc Knows an apex

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    No problem. I want to hit Barber twice this fall.
    It was a awful year racing but getting better. See my video thread.

    What's the traction like at Barber in the rain? I've been to good tracks in the wet (knee on ground) and terrifying (Mid-O)
     
  5. steve802cc

    steve802cc Knows an apex

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    Cool. Message me closer to that date.
     
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  6. R/T Performance

    R/T Performance found track bike
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    traction at barber in the rain isn't horrible. but the puddles that form are no joke and sometimes a couple inches deep.
     

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