Several members of BoiseRiders.net made it to MMP in Tooele, UT this weekend for round 6 of the AMA Superbike Championship Series and, while a good time was had by all, it was also a learning experience. Below, you'll find a list of lessons learned by various BRN members this weekend. 1 ) Jamie Hacking does not work in the pits. 2 ) Marty Craggill is not Mat Mladin and won't sign autographs as Mat when asked. 3 ) A lot of AMA riders passed up promising careers as jockeys to ride motorcycles instead of horses. 4 ) That's not Michael Jordan! 5 ) You've gotta bring your tickets. 6 ) Graves Yamaha swingarm spools will suffice as makeshift rear brake knobs on motorcycles of varying brands. 7 ) Hotel staff won't hesitate to laugh at you when you call the front desk for a plunger. 8 ) Whether an iPod bounces or not, you're not getting it back. 9 ) There's a difference between booth babes and booth skanks. 10 ) If a guy tells you about all of the great bikes he's owned AND that he barely noticed the cords showing on the tires of his R1, don't take him serious as a great rider. 10) A Minivan is MUCH more comfortable than a sport bike for 5+ hour trips. 11) A Minivan is NO WHERE NEAR AS COOL as a sport bike for road trips to AMA races. More will be added later.