Yesterday afternoon I clicked down into 4th and flicked the bike left, knee puck skimming the tarmac over Lukey Heights, then hit the brakes and dropped two gears into MG for the last time, signalled that I was exiting the track and cruised down pit lane, got off the bike and handed the key back to the rental agency.Best Novemberide ever. I just finished a track day at Phillip Island on a rental BMW S1000RR. I'm not about to challenge Jonathan Rea's job, but did okay. One more day on it tomorrow (and the weather is supposed to be better - I didn't do the last session because it had started raining)
I have a heated area to keep my bike in this year so going to see how many days in each month I can get out. I hadn't really considered the corrosion problem until you mention it, so thanks for the heads up. I was planning on lots of washing and wiping though. The CRC spray looks like a quality product , where do you source it?I noticed brine has been sprayed across Markham. My bike developed a lot of surface corrosion (DL650AX) last season, mostly on the plated brake line fittings, spokes, and nut/bolt fasteners. I want to protect cables, pivots, and the plated fittings this year, gonna try CRC Marine Corrosion spray, it works fantastic as a corrosion inhibitor on my boats. Any other ideas?