Pillion Bike Rider

You'll learn a little more than this

Motorcycle rider development takes many forms.  This course has become increasingly more popular with candidates who don't ride themselves and many have no intention. However they have the opportunity to be taken on the back of a bike.

 

Many of them are unsure whether to take the plunge and would like riding explained from a pillions perspective and take their first experience with an undisputed safe rider.

 

At the end of this course you will be familiar of what the rider should be doing and you will be in a position to judge for yourself whether your chosen rider comes up to standard.

 

This course can easily be tagged on to a riders course so that the would-be pillion rider can attend at the same time to gain an appreciation of what the rider will be considering and the actions he may take. We have had fantastic reviews particularly with mature riders returning to the saddle and bringing their loved ones at the same time.

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

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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"

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New Course Available from RoSPA

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

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