There is no better time to look at further training than now, as we approach the colder, wetter, darker months.
Now is the time when you need to be really focused on your riding, when the road surface conditions vary significantly during each ride, when the weather turns nasty and visibility is reduced to a few metres. Riding in Winter is a completely different experience to riding in Summer, but it can be equally enjoyable if you know how to handle what the weather throws at you. And when the sun finally re-appears (if it ever does!) next Spring, your skills will be sharper, you will be smoother and your riding will be better for not having left your bike hybernating in the garage!
What better time than to get well wrapped up and head out for a ride with a qualified instructor to help you learn how best to approach and deal with the new hazards Winter riding throws up?
Both Robert (Rob1965) and I are on the Register of Post-test Motorcycle Trainers and qualified to give you the very best instruction, so get in touch!
I will second all of that Paul.
Anyone interested in improving their riding, but not sure what route to take? ERS, IAM or RoSPA it all sounds a bit daunting/confusing…
We here at Rjh Motorbike Training School in Salford, Manchester are offering you a FREE 2 hour assessment in order that we can advise you what development would suit you..
Interested, give Lisa a call on 07761 756576 for a booking.