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28/02/2013 at 6:10 PM #10010
This new Advanced Course is hot off the press, from well travelled, and experienced Rjh Instructor Paul Beattie….Paul is excited at taking your riding ability to the next level. visit http://www.rjhgroup.co.uk28/02/2013 at 7:06 PM #10502
If anyone has any questions about the course, just post them here and I’ll do my best to answer them.
What I can say, is this course could transform your riding, as well as being great fun! 😎16/03/2013 at 11:45 AM #10503
The Advance Course can now be bought online along with all the other courses and gift vouchers30/04/2013 at 1:33 PM #10504
Robin Carson has recently completed the Introduction to Advanced Riding course and this is what he had to say:
“Introduction to Advanced Riding
I passed my DAS in 2012 following some expert training at RJH. I then bought myself a bike. The bike was always going to be a hobby rather than for everyday travelling, so I knew I wanted to get the most out of my riding as possible and enjoy every minute.
That’s where the Advanced Course, lead by Paul Beattie comes in.
Paul took me for one of my DAS sessions and I knew we would get on well from the very start. I liked his style of teaching, and he has plenty of stories to tell. So when has asked me to consider the Advanced course, I knew it was something I wanted to do.
The course consisted of two “class room” sessions where the theory is covered, followed by a full day out on the bikes.
The theory sessions were very interesting and just made complete sense once Paul explained the systematic approach to Advanced riding. It enables the rider to ride better and more safely, whilst still making progress.
Paul’s relaxed yet informed approach makes the theory session very sociable and interesting, and he has plenty of anecdotes to make his point in a number of ways so that everyone can understand.
The practical day on the bike was great. We had all kinds of weather during the 140 mile route round the Peak District. Coffee stops, lunch stop, multiple road and traffic conditions, and Paul will take some video to help explain where improvements can be made.
I would fully recommend the course. My riding has improved a lot. I am much more confident in the corners; I can enter them on the right line, and accelerate out of them much earlier than I would have done previously.
Nobody can know it all, but after the course with Paul, I certainly know a lot more.”
If you want to get more from your riding, get in touch!
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