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Oct 05

Posts: 5

wapdad says:

The British Superbike School

Mike Abbott started post-test motorcycle training in 2009, having qualified as a RoSPA Instructor, and was later accredited by the DSA. He had road raced from 1989 until finally giving up in 2005, attending any race school he could find, preparing his own bikes as a qualified Automotive Engineer. You’ll see him on page 170 of Rupert Paul’s book ‘Pass the Bike...

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Jan 12

Posts: 14

Eugenios says:

I'd like to know how motorcycles work before the inevitable problems of aging show up. I remember when I was younger, back in the 90s,and I can't believe twenty-three years have passed since then. I start to feel the time eating my heels.

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Feb 13

Posts: 5

Lisha says:

This school has done nothing but good, until now. I adore an action that involves people helping people. I usually don't share my secrets, but I believe that those who do are powerful and don't feel like they have less left if they give.

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Mar 11

Posts: 3

mivpl says:


the number of riders on the track (sometimes 40 or more) of varying abilities.

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Mar 07

Posts: 276

WTF are you gay lords going on about?

Stick to the story instead of feeding in your links!

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