3 day course designed for very experienced riders who already have a basic understanding of advanced riding techniques. The course is also ideal for IAM qualified individuals who wish to take their riding to the next level, with the option to add RoSPA assessment on the final day. Train on your own motorcycle or use one of our BMW models for just £100 per day.
Designed specifically for those looking to take their riding skills beyond the average, this course has been put together by our team of expert instructors.
At the end of this course, we aim to bring your riding standard up to the level of a RoSPA pass, the highest civilian advanced motorcycle qualification in the UK. As such, this course focuses on very fine detail aspects of riding technique, forward planning and control in all types of road condition.
Who will I train with?
You will be training with one of our Advanced instructors; these are our most senior trainers with extensive experience, specialising in advanced riding techniques. You will never be more than 2 students to an instructor at any time. All customers are attended to as individuals throughout the training, to make sure you're getting the most out of each session.
If you would like to add the optional RoSPA assessment, this will be undertaken by one of the RoSPA Examiners for our district, all of whom are serving or retired Police Riders.
What is the course schedule like?
Course days start at 9am, and finish around 4pm.
During the course, the topic schedule is not fixed as we continually adjust this to meet the needs of each student, however the following gives an indication of what we'll cover during the course...
- Full instructor assessment of your current skill level
- Classroom theory sessions using ‘Roadcraft – The Police Riders Handbook’
- Observation skills, forward planning and hazard perception
- Consistent and appropriate use of position, gears, braking and speed in all types of road conditions
- Mastering brisk and safe overtakes
- Confident, fluid and smooth cornering
- Precise slow control manoeuvres, including tight U-turns