Survival Skills Rider Training offers high quality, client-centred post-test and advanced motorcycle rider training from a number of locations in the south east of England
SURVIVAL SKILLS IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Start your on-road training session from an easy-to-reach location near the M40 / M25 junction.
From there, my training routes can lead us west up and over the Chilterns and down into the Thames Valley along a selection of challenging roads which are perfect for a Ride4Fun cornering course. One thing you won't get with Survival Skills is a one-dimensional approach to bends. The Ride4Fun routes have been carefully planned to provide a range of challenges from fast sweepers through twisty and hilly roads down to single-track lanes.
Alternatively we can head east and into London for Ride2Work commuting course, testing ourselves against busy traffic in urban centres, on commuter roads and motorways.
And if you need one of my Confidence: BUILDER courses, then there's just about every challenge possible.
Or we can mix up the riding experiences over two or three days of training.
Whatever course you choose, expect to be tested by some challenging riding.
EASY ACCESS FROM THE M40 and M4 / A40 & NW LONDON
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE SURVIVAL SKILLS APPROACH TO DEFENSIVE RIDING?
All Survival Skills courses are based on the need to correctly identify hazards, assess the risk they pose, then employ PRO-ACTIVE risk mitigation strategies that deal with the WORST CASE SCENARIO. Will the car pull out? What will we do about it? Will the bend tighten up? What will we do about it? Will the overtake go wrong? What will we do about it? Developing, then using proactive skills to assess and manage threats helps us stay out of trouble.
And if things DO go wrong, we need a pre-planned strategy to stay out of trouble. Do we have a 'Plan B'? Can we change speed? Can we change position?
Avoidance where we can. Evasion where we can't. Those are our Survival Skills.
So if you're looking for a course that will genuinely improve your riding, and push your threat awareness and response to new levels, then why not give me a buzz?