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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsroynie View Post

    Oh and, I think, perhaps, someone ought to tell the IAM that this pic from their website doesn't exactly sell their advanced riding skills.
    +1

    Both IAM and Rospa need to fix their image as the training really helps to improve your road awareness skills.
    I found my IAM training to be invaluable in making me identify all my bad habits, fix them and ultimately keep me alive longer. I was lucky to be trained by the senior observer and he certainly didn't fit the stereotype with his white Ducati 1198 and Termignoni pipes

    I am strong believer that all training helps, even its only one thing that you learn, it all helps.
    As a rider I am constantly trying to learn and refine my riding.

    BTW, if you get a chance to go out with Giles on a Rapidtraining day, do it.

    I had a great time last with him last year, hooning riding progressively around Kent

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    Quote Originally Posted by krytengs View Post
    BTW, if you get a chance to go out with Giles on a Rapidtraining day, do it.

    I had a great time last with him last year, hooning riding progressively around Kent
    I wish we could! We've both had (separate) days out with an ex-Job instructor and loved every minute. Unfortunately, we always seem to come through the UK in the car these days ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    If you twist MF's arm and get him to buy a road bike (smt? tenere?) then the two of you could have a Rapid Training day on me ...
    He may have to, the 690 is in danger of being torched if he doesn't find out what's wrong with it soon

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    You could always ...
    Quote Originally Posted by mrsroynie View Post
    I wish we could! We've both had (separate) days out with an ex-Job instructor and loved every minute. ...
    um... er... *cough*
    scroll down to the 'M's'...

    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthr...Sers-For-GSers

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    Blimey ... never even knew that thread existed ...

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