introduction to off-road riding training course
This introduction course will take the student to a level of riding where he or she feels more at ease on his or her motorcycle.
This step by step introduction to the finer points of handling your motorcycle is conducted with safety as the paramount factor.
The basics behind safety on and off the bike are discussed in dept, protective clothing, riding gear, packing your motorcycle and much more is on the agenda.
Motorcycle's are about riding the roads and paths of your choice and riding experience makes these trips safer and more enjoyable. Unfortunately this comes only with “time spend in the saddle” and is as we all know a slow process and some bad habits may be formed while doing it this way.
This course gives the student the opportunity to take a shortcut to good habits and learn from the instructors "time in the saddle" and experience. Therefore a large part of the day is spend on the motorcycle doing basic handling, clutch, brake and throttle control. All this while having fun and spending the day with new friends in a pleasant environment.
The course is normally conducted in small groups so we can give the student detailed advice and our new purpose built venue at Bontebok ridge fulfils all the requirements and more! The course starts at 09h00 in the morning with a short lunch break and ends typically at about 16h00 giving one enough time to make it home at a decent hour!
An “outride” with some surprises closes the day!
At R550.00 for the day, this is a must, book at firstname.lastname@example.org see you there!
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