Rider Training

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I recently bought myself a bike after about 6 years. I am rusty and I am looking for a road rider training course. I never really learnt how to take a bike properly through a corner. I need to build that confidence back up. Who can you recommend in the Northern Suburbs, and is there contact details and pricing for the training?

Thanks

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James

I was in the same boat as you 10 years ago, and since I could not find anything for road, I ended up doing the Country Trax Intro to Offroad course.  It changed my life and improved my road skills.

For road training, Max Lange (on this forum) is a great option, if he is still in the game of giving instruction.

Another option is to attend a track day at Killarney aimed at beginners.  It will provide you with instruction and a safe environment to practice cornering.

 

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I will look out for the Killarney track days

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When I started riding again after a 25-year layoff I had a couple of lessons with Max.

I can recommend this. It made a big difference to my riding.

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Hi James.

Goole "TWIST OF THE WRIST" as a starter.

Jacques BOTHA
0825150092

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I am still providing training, you can contact me on training@twowheels.co.za

Regards

Max

www.twowheels.co.za

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Max you have mail ;)

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