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“A wide range of machines can be used for training…”

Here’s one I’d forgotten from a few years back which I found on one of the forums:

“I recently completed a day’s one-to-one training with Kevin Williams, who runs the highly-respected “Survival Skills” training operation.I found it extremely useful. I would recommend him to any rider. And he wasn’t in the least bit snobby about me turning up on the SupaFive…”

After arriving in a monsoon, which had me seriously worrying about having to cancel the course, the sun came out for the afternoon and we had an excellent day’s riding down in the South West, along the Devon coast including a cuppa at the castle at Dartmouth, if I remember right.

The trainee was a bit concerned about turning up on the MZ, worrying that I’d say it was “too slow” for advanced training. I soon put him right on that one! You don’t need a GSXR1000 to do 70mph down a narrow country lane or round a bend and discover it’s too fast!

The only real issue with following two strokes is that the fumes do eventually give me a headache!

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