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Poll: Have you done any post-test training?

We're interested in how many people have done some kind of post-test training. Help give us a steer by filling in the poll. Don't forget to add your comment below pollcomment

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snev

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snev says:

itdcmy

you will find the poll after the headline, there are 9 tick boxes and 1 vote button.

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NoisyNeighbour

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None...

...yet, will be though when I'm happy the bike's 100%

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Kebabmonster

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Kebabmonster says:

Did a Bikewise Durham course October 2010.

I'd only been passed my test just over 3 months but learned so much on that day.

 

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zebadee88

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zebadee88 says:

Bikewise in Durham

I did the Bikewise Training Course at Durham last year & despite being an IaM member, a very experienced driver & rider & an approved Blue Light Driver, I still learned alot & was very impressed with the level of training. Highly recommended to all.

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dharland

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dharland says:

Bikewise Durham

I have done advanced riding for 13 years. All courses were extremely good, Bikewise Durham are by far the best!! Very experiance at riding and teaching, TOTALLY none threataning and a very big awareness booster.

I have done a course with Bikewise Durham for the past 3 years and I'll be doing it next year also.

David Harland

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alanthepomme

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alanthepomme says:

post test training

I have attended 2 bike wise training days . I cant remember learning so much in such a short space of time ever before in my life and yet looking back most was so obvious I cant understand why I didn't work it out myself. I am now a much safer, quicker,and smoother rider with 100.\ more awareness of what's going on around me. Would recommend it to all riders

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ARIrwin

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ARIrwin says:

Bikewise Durham

Bikewise. I had one of the best days I've had on a bike. This was my third time out with Bob and Mick and I must say it will not be my last. The old adage "You never stop learning" is so true, we can be vulnerable on motorcycles, the training you receive really reinforces and embeds what you need to do to make sure you protect yourself, and get the best out of every ride. Many Thanks Lads ......

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Haven't done it yet

its one of those things I've kept putting on a back-burner - one day I'll get round to it (thinking about IAM).

Picked up a few ad-hoc tips and tricks off other, more experienced riders though, plus 6 accident-free years riding almost daily, and conciously analysing what I can improve if I've had a near-miss (even if its someone else's "fault").

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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

Yes

Live in the US. Have taken the Lee Parks/Total Control ARC 1, and am registered for the ARC 2 class later this year, as well as the Stayin’ Safe on-road course.  I would suggest the ARC classes to anyone who does not have advanced riding skills and training already.  Lots of little things that are not always intuitive make a big difference when all implemented together.

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daveajj

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daveajj says:

Durham Bikewise

Did this training a couple of years ago with Mick Alder from Bikewise. Chucked it down with rain for most of the day but it has gotta be one of the most enjoyable days biking I've had. Mick was a true gent, never patronising and he seemed to enjoy the days training too. Bikewise is ideal after the winter layoff or if moving up to a more powerfully bike or even as a refresher giving additional skills after passing your test. Totally recomended!!!

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