Welcome! If you have a FB acct., join some of the local Grom, Ruckus, Z125 groups to stay inform of local events, rides, Mini-moto Open Track days, and Mini-moto races. Speaking of, there is a Sac ride scheduled for Oct. 1st. Looks like it's going to be a pretty decent turn-out.Santa Rosa area new Grom owner
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Not too many peeps post here. If you have a FB acct., search for Bay Area Mini Moto (BAMM) and BaG (Bay area Grom). Rides are usually posted there.What up?! Who wants to ride?
Manimal, I'm guessing you are referring to Calaveras close to Fremont? I'm a new rider (having taken the MSF course back in Dec of last year) but was wondering if this might be an ok road coming in from the Pleasanton/Sunol side for a beginner not trying to race through it? I've ridden the backroads close to Livermore (Highlands/Collier) which are somewhat twisty, and I take it pretty easy and don't deal with too much traffic.Most of my rides are solo, and at times, short. My Backyard is riding Calaveras. Haven't made the effort of really riding any further than that, yet.
I’ll definitely check FB for local group rides once I’m a bit more confident on my own. Thanks again and if you spot a red/white grom buzzing around, it may be me!Any time! Who knows, maybe I'll find you on FB groups and catch a ride(s) with you. After all, I'm just over the hill from you <img src="https://www.hondagrom.net/forums/images/smilies/tongue.png" border="0" alt="" title="Stick Out Tongue" class="inlineimg" />
As for riding experience, seat time - ride as much as you can. Enjoy every ride (stay relaxed, calm, smell the roses, and have fun!), and the experiences that come along with it. That includes learning from your and others mistake(s) / mishap(s) along the way. Getting home safe, and reflecting back on your ride experience is very rewarding.