Your safety is our number one concern. Because of this we may not take some bookings if we feel that the rider will struggle to control one of our bikes. It’s in no one interest to have a rider injured in training!
Learning to ride a motorcycle is not for everyone. It requires balance, control, restraint and above all concentration. The larger motorcycles are powerful and heavy. Smaller bikes while just as technical can often be easier to control because of the reduced weight and power.
If you are petite or naturally cautious you may want to consider going for the smaller categories. Smaller riders can struggle to hold up very large heavy bikes.
Take you time an figure out what works for you personally. Just because your friend says go for the big bike doesn’t mean that’s the way to go. Following advice that is well meaning but misplaced might not be the wisest route to follow.
Riding a motorcycle that allows you to be safe and in control is far more pleasurable that being on a bike that you struggle to control and puts you at risk.
With over twenty years of experience teaching new riders we’ve a wealth of knowledge and understanding as to what works and what doesn’t. If you’re unsure drop us an email and we’ll get you pointed in the right direction!
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Courses are usually booked approx 3 to 4 weeks ahead of time. The form below allows us to find suitable dates and ensure that we have the appropriate motorcycle available for you for your course. Once we have received your details we’ll contact you via email with available dates.