Off Road Training : 25 Jun : Lev 1, 2 &Pillion

Anna-Marie's picture
2017/06/25 08:00
2017/06/25 16:00

See ALL DETAILS in Rider Skills, 2017 Training dates 

The Level 1, 2 and pillion Off Road training is as per BMW standards. We prefer and recommend riders to do Level 1 first and then move to Level 2.  This way we know they have learned the basics.  We recommend riders with a new bike to do a refresher of Lev 1 or 2 depending on their riding abilities as each bike have its own bonding space and dynamics.

Only 1 level can be completed on a day.

25 JUN: Lev 1, 2 & Pillion

27 AUG: Training Ride - ALL TAR/PASSES

1 OCT: Lev 1, 2, Pillion

29 OCT: Training Ride - Off Road Day ride

3 DEC: Lev 1, 2 & Pillion 

The training days are presented in a fun and relaxed losers...all winners!!!! Emphasis on safety and to bond with your dream machine.

Reminders and more details will follow closer to the date of the training days on this Forum and Donford Motorrad, Stellenbosch, Facebook page.


Lev 1 & 2 : R450.00 per rider (R500.00 non-club members)

Pillion training: R700.00 per couple (R750.00 non-club members)

Bank account details:

  • First National Bank
  • Branch: Long Street
  • Branch code: 201709 (Standard Bank users must add 2 zeros at the end)
  • A/c no: 50060098602
  • A/c name: BMW Motorcycle Club Cape
  • Ref: Your Surname + training/date

Please email the EFT payment  (PLS NO CASH DEPOSITS) Proof of payment to: .

The training fee includes: Full day training, Coffee on arrival, Lunch


For any further details, do not hesitate to contact me directly on or 082 8991169 OR John Carr (BMW Donford Motorrad) 021 888 4200.

To book your BMW Club bike skills training course, please use our online booking form here: online booking form 

Trevor Rennison's picture
Joined: 2013/08/26
Level one training

I'm in for level one on the 25th. Fees paid and email sent.

So many mountains, so little time.

Jonathan Sander's picture
Joined: 2017/06/08
Level one training

Im also in for the 25th Training, also level one, paid & done & dusted.

See everyone there ;)




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