What you’ll get out of it
A sound understanding of road positioning: to better see and be seen, and its importance in cornering. Improved skills in low-speed manoeuvring and braking. Understanding the right speed and gear for any riding situation.
On the day
After a thorough briefing and safety check you’ll head out onto a mix of urban and rural roads, including some higher speed sections. Practicing skills may take place off-highway with several stops for assessment, including a lunch break at a café.
Courses WILL run in wet weather.
Ensure you wear protective motorcycle clothing, top to toe, waterproofs are recommended, and as we will stop for lunch bring some money or a pack-up if you prefer.
Your motorcycle must be warranted, registered and roadworthy; it’s best to arrive with a full tank of fuel.