If you are deciding on getting back on two wheels and you feel you may be a little rusty you will certainly benefit from our refresher ride, you can use your own bike or use one of ours.
Throughout the lesson the instructor will be able to put you on the right track and advise you on how you are riding and how to improve where necessary.
The instructor will go at your pace with the aim of improving your machine handling techniques and will give you more confidence as the session develops.
Testimonial: Roger Smith
Just wanted to say a big thank you to Dave. I had not ridden a bike for 20 yrs but was invited to Vancouver, Canada to ride around British Columbia, the Rockies and Washington State in the US. My wife’s proviso was that I had a refresher. So, on a wet and windy morning, Dave took me back to motorcycling. We had a really useful hour or so off the road, learning some slow riding techniques that would have destroyed the clutch of my BSA Bantam or Matchless 350 and I’m sure made my poor father role over in his grave but were fantastic through the rush hour traffic in downtown Vancouver. I really enjoyed the few hours Dave took me out and cannot recommend him enough to anyone returning to motorcycling, I went from feeling nervous and a bit shaky to quietly confident and safe in a relatively short time, saving valuable time whilst I was away. Getting a few hours guidance was great, so if you have any hang ups about getting a refresher forget them. The trip was great with 2000 incident free miles on a borrowed Honda Shadow spread over about 8 days riding through some of the most stunning country in the world
Testimonial: David Brewer
Just a short note of appreciation for today’s course it was great fun and
just what I needed after fifteen years without a bike. I would recommend the
course to anyone particularly to give confidence to the over 60’s.