Controlled Bike Rider - Motorcycle Rider Development

Motorcycle rider development takes many forms.  This course is designed to cater for riders of any experience or history who decide to buy or who already ride a large, some would call heavy, touring machine. Who dream of taking their partner out on day runs or touring with luggage and pillion.

 

We offer a day for riders and pillions convincing them that handling techniques really work. We will teach you in a controlled environment to handle and control that machine at any speed, to give you and your pillion the confidence and the knowledge that the risk of dropping your pride and joy (the bike that is) on the deck is as low as it can get.

 

You will be amazed at what you can make your bike do with very little effort and bags of confidence. Let the bike do the work so you don't have to.

 

 

 

Up to ten bikes at a time for this one, so convince your club members to come along and get your discount. OR commission us to come to your club meeting either for a presentation or training session.

What's Going On? See below..

Courses and training designed for you to achieve maximum effect.

E-mail: info@mcacademy.co.uk 

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Advanced Motorcycle Training Isle of Man - May (Nearly Full) & September (filling fast)

What's new?

Accredited Trainer for Instructors wishing to join the Register Register of Post Test Motorcycle Trainers

New initiative for the Department for Transport.

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"Never too good to be a better rider"

Mike training with Chaz & Alan Davies
No yellow here on tour with Alpine TT

New Course Available from RoSPA

RoSPA have recently announced a one-day rider development course based around three candidates. 

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