Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed seeing you all again. I love that you’re trying to video and critique some riding- great idea and helpful. Fishtail School continues to give the best value by far of any of the schools (I’ve tried them all) and really is like family. Also wanted to contact Chad if possible. His insights and coaching today for me were golden!! Can’t tell you how much I was impressed by his enthusiasm and approach to teaching. Big difference between being good at something and good at teaching something as you well know. Please let him know for me. Will see you again sometime this summer. Keep doing what you guys are doing for this community of riders! Kathy D
I just wanted to take a minute to recognize you and your staff. Yesterday was my first time riding with Fishtail, and I was really impressed with how great the experience was. I know not every track day is as lightly attended but it was sweet to get that much one on one instruction. Steve, aka Brewmaster, gave me some real pointers I didn’t even get when I did one on one instruction with another group. He’s a true pro! Looking forward to doing more days with Fishtail. Jeff W
Just wanted to drop a quick note regarding yesterday’s event – I have done track days with a few different schools in NH and I am happy say that this time I actually got turns 1/1a/2 and 3 smoothed out. Faster with less effort and more confidence – can’t ask for more than that. Mike W was a great coach and a great guy to boot – he seems to truly enjoy working with us scrubs! Getting ready for next time – see you again soon. Kevin K
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
The road course itself is 1.6 miles long with 14 turns. It’s a terrific training facility with a bit of everything from high-speed corners to off-camber to semi-blind entries. It’s also not an exceptionally fast track, which helps to keep it accessible to every rider regardless of their skill level.
This is the track everyone wants to ride. Simply put, there is nothing like this track anywhere else in North America. From the lowest point to the highest point on the track is 250’, and you’ll go up and down the mountain 4 times per lap. It’s 2.5 miles and 15 turns of perfection with views of the White Mountains from the top of the course. We are extremely proud to say that Fishtail is the only motorcycle organization that is allowed to schedule events here.
Palmer Motorsports Park
Located in the hills of western Massachusetts, Palmer is a 2.3-mile-long roller coaster. While it doesn’t have the most vertical of any track in North America (190’ from the lowest to the highest point), it does have the most aggressive climbs and descents. Calling this track fun is an understatement of grand proportions.
Canaan Motor Club
The CMC is a 1.3-mile-long technically challenging road course with extensive run off areas to promote a safe environment for all track users. The track was designed to run in both directions to give a total of 2.6 miles with nine major turns. Smaller-displacement motorcycles really shine here.