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Offline twooo

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Re: Advanced riding courses: - which are good?
Reply #10 on: August 11, 2020, 09:34:18 AM
*Originally Posted by Will Morgan [+]
What are those subtle differences? I thought both based on the same Roadcraft police rider training?

They are.  I can't find the thread I was reading which explained them, sorry, and I don't want to repeat the gist without getting it spot on because I might get it wrong.  Just have a search on PH and BCF for lots of opinions though.  I do know that IAM are destinctly aware of their pipe & slippers/beard/GS image and are trying hard to shake it off.
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Re: Advanced riding courses: - which are good?
Reply #11 on: August 12, 2020, 10:21:03 PM
As a kind of curve ball approach you could
Look up i2i training they teach advanced machine control, machine physics, etc. Across 3 modules culminating in kneedown stuff.

Not ‘on road’ advanced stuff but giveS you excellent bike control skills and it’s not gimmicky or that. The teacher…Tom…is excellent; an ex road racer.
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Re: Advanced riding courses: - which are good?
Reply #12 on: August 13, 2020, 05:32:03 PM
Have you considered a Bikesafe course? maybe not an advanced course as such, but your skills will quickly be assessed and most riders learn something.

Sussex and Surrey both run them.

For advanced, a friend was much improved after a Rapid Training day.

 


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