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Human behaviour factors are responsible for 92 % road fatalities in Queensland.
Refresher Courses, Roadcraft Courses
Thinking about getting back on the road?
Haven’t ridden for a while or just had a quick ride of a mate’s bike remembered those
amazing times you had on bikes when you were younger?
Just because you have a licence doesn't necessarily mean you are good rider. Even
riders who have had many years of experience may not be getting as much out of their
riding as they could and sometimes they could have picked up or developed a few bad
habits along the way. Imagine having 20 years of bad habits following us around.
Ever had a near miss, run wide on a corner or just can’t seem to make the bike turn
properly? Have you avoided doing a U-turn in a narrow street because you feel unstable
or keep heading towards the kerb? Have you ever......?
You can't afford to make mistakes while riding a motorcycle in suburban traffic or
out on the highway for that matter.
If you think training is boring, a way of throwing money away, ect... try to look
at it as development. After all, if you were trying to improve your golf swing, you
would not even think twice about taking lessons with a professional.
Unfortunately history shows us that we very rarely learn from our mistakes unless
we know what we did and how to stop it from happening again in the future we will
probably repeat the same mistake over and over.Don't learn the hard way - the school
of hard knocks can be a very difficult and painful way to learn and in some cases
we just don’t learn at all..
The problem for a lot of riders however is the thought of image conjured up by the
term "training". Thoughts of someone telling us that we may not be doing someting
as well as we could or should , or being asked to change something that we have
been doing for years immediately spring to mind (at least it used to in my mind)
and the thought of fun vanishes. It doesn't have to be like that though.
You may have invested a considerable amount of money on a motorbike. Why not invest
a very small amount towards your safety.
Our training is intended to make riding more pleasurable as well as safer. While
there is no way that we can take you out on the open road and let you ride flat out
everywhere, we can help you to develop skills and techniques to ride safely on the
road while exploring the potential of your machine while remaining in control at
Small group of advanced roadcraft course riders.
Bring your mates. Along!
Refresher, Roadcraft and Advanced Courses are run on an as needed basis. We hold
courses for individuals and groups, Talk to your trainer to tailor the right course