Sturup Raceway in south of Sweden..
Speaking of HD's.I know the focus is on the honda, but that is rather impressive riding on a bagger with apehangers!
If I'm not mistaken, I've seen this video before as part of a riding academy-style presentation.
Not to diminish the ride on the track by the guy on the 400 - I'd love to get on a track one day, but not to race against competition, just to enjoy riding a real racetrack - but there were very few moments in his ride on the track that were close to real race speed and/or lean angles, just so you know... when you watch the badasses road racing today doing the real thing, you realize just how much faster they are going than any time you've ever even scared yourself. I used to ride with a guy back in the '70s who taught me a lot about cornering, primarily because he was as nuts as the Harley guy and was seemingly unafraid to let it really hang out, and I scared myself many times chasing him, and could only ever pass him once in years of riding twisties with him. To go race-fast takes some serious cojones...After seeing this CB400N racing I'm really looking forward to get my bike in top shape.
While it would be fun, I'm sure there would also be costs associated with the access... I'm on a retired budget now, with plenty of rural roads to ride that are free and all around me.That was me at a bike show in 1984.... I ride a Yamaha R6 on track nowadays, and I'd recommend track days for going fast without the hassle of traffic.. I've done Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Mallory Park, Snetterton, Castle Combe, Pembrey, they're all UK tracks, and you get a taste of high speeds without having to worry about oncoming traffic, or street furniture. Plus there are instructors available to critique your riding style and suggest tips to make your riding better.