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Offline mdr1970

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Being Safe & Going Advanced - Taking the next step
« on: September 15, 2016, 09:04:58 AM »
I'm noticing we have quite a few new members who have very recently passed their tests, or even have them pending and are already on our beautiful 1L bike. CONGRATS on having great taste! :047:

We've already had a thread about Advanced Qualifications and who's got what, but what about anyone who's lurking and simply considering  :027: :187:

Just thought I'd start a quick thread about what's available to anyone considering taking/making a positive step to safer and better road riding. I'm not expecting replies, just posting info that some might not be aware of...

We've ALL been in a position where post moment we've thought  :oh_no: that was lucky, or  :112: that was dumb  :006: so putting ego's aside, below are a few links to what's available to help make you a better, safer and in most cases more progressive (= faster) rider, helping you mentally and therefore physically avoid those moments out there on the roads we share with people who's baseline defense will be, "I simply didn't see them officer!" 

http://www.bikesafe.co.uk/about/

http://www.rospa.com/road-safety/resources/free/motorcyclists/

https://www.iamroadsmart.com/courses/advanced-rider-course


There are others out there and ALL of them are worth consideration  :028:

Stay safe and enjoy your ride  :820:
« Last Edit: September 15, 2016, 09:10:10 AM by mdr1970 »
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