For the discerning rider wishing to challenge and inspire themselves to a greater, higher level of riding.
The rider can achieve this through the rigorous and exhilarating training on the Ticket2Ride, “Accelerated Advanced Riders Course”.
An advanced rider skills training programme which, the rider, with “on road” and theory based training sessions can, with hard work, acquire the kind of mind-set and self-discipline and high skill level required to successfully gain the highest recognised advanced riders qualifications available to the public.
Can you rise to the challenge? Work hard to gain, the riding level required to earn the RoSPA Advanced Rider, “Gold” Award? or, the Driving Instructors Association at, “Special level” award? The A.A.R. Course is the course that can provide you with the necessary preparation to make such an achievement possible. ….”It’s in your course, how high the award is that you achieve.”
Book your “Accelerated Advanced Riders Course”. 5 Days training: £595.
Training on each Day, Content:
⦁ Introductions. Machine & documents check & kit check & eye sight check.
⦁ Theory: High-way code, road craft, Know your signs and motorcycle maintenance.
⦁ Motorcycle pre-ride checks, personal kit & weather. Direction control.
⦁ “On road” training/coaching sessions-using, 1-way radio comms. Pre-ride brief & post ride De-brief. Between 110miles to 155miles+ approximately each day. Each day runs approximately from, 0930hrs to 1630hrs.
⦁ Overnight reading and reference checking. Revision/Testing of knowledge on; Road craft, High-way code and Maintenance and pre-ride checks.
The following is an email of thanks from a course candidate of the A.A.R. Course………..“Hi Paul, as you know, I took my RoSPA bike test today and I’m very pleased to tell you that I achieved a Gold award. I would like to take this opportunity of thanking you for the professional training that you afforded me last week.The training you gave was very intensive and hard work, but with the result I achieved proved very worthwhile.Thank you again Paul and if any of my biking friends decide to enter into advanced motorcycling, I will certainly recommend them to seek your superb knowledge of road-craft, practical riding and professional skills of training…..”Kindest Regards, Rodney Day. September 2014.