Hey Aufitt, are you eventually going to move up to the 600 class? Or stay with the 300...(Currently I'm in the 21 speed mountain bike class tee hee)
They regraded me up to C grade last year, so Club 600 is pretty much unviable for the long term , and i'd have to straight into the cut throat world of Supersport.
That is daunting,
I'd rather get a cbr1000 to train on, and keep racing the small bikes.
If this makes sense,;
there is much you can learn by riding a bike at the other end of the spectrum, ie a 1000 teaches a rider the track at a whole faster pace, braking from 240kph to 80 is a whole new ballgame from braking 180kph to 80, Its hard work turning the monsters even though they are only 25kg heavier.
Mates who go the other way ride my 250's and come in smiling and say 'Man that was hard work making this go'
600's have the best of both worlds, have to milk them but the pace is same as a 1000 for anyone less than a B grader.
But 600's bite hard when it goes wrong like 125GP does.
250's are almost uncrashable, 1000's are too daunting to ride like a muppet so you barely tickle the throttle.
Most fun Ive had was racing the cbr150 in 2013, but that was short lived..
something to do with personality differences between rider and team owner haha (who'd a guessed that could happen! haha