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Motorcycle Training Course
Motorcycle safety training courses (Wuerttemberg)

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Improve your riding technique under expert guidance. Eight hours of motorcycle training according to DVR guidelines.

Pricing

per participant: €99.00 $105.98 ?

Included

Brakes
Cornering technique
Evasion
Read road
Riding physics
Discuss
Exchange experiences
Gather experiences
Not included
Motorcycle
Fuel
Arrival and departure
Meals
Accommodation
Everything not listed under features

More details

Location: Schwieberdingen near Ludwigsburg (Württemberg)
Suitable for beginners, hobby and tour riders, experienced bikers and 'old hands'.
The participants are trained via radio. This increases the driving shares, efficiency and safety!
Duration: 09:00 -17:00
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Description

Braking is not always easy even on four wheels in a car; on two wheels with a motorcycle it often becomes an art. Especially when it comes to achieving the shortest possible braking distance in an emergency. The training therefore teaches you how to make the most of excellent braking techniques by using them correctly. It also teaches riding techniques that enable you to defuse unforeseeable dangerous situations.

For this reason, we conduct training for motorcyclists on a closed-off area. The courses usually consist of 6 - 12 participants and are held on weekdays, weekends and holidays. Duration approx. 8 hours, from 9 am to approx. 5 pm, with a lunch break.

Only participants possessing a riding licence can be admitted to participation. The participant confirms that he has basic knowledge of starting, braking and cornering.

The participant's motorcycle must be registered for road traffic and properly insured. The machine must be in a roadworthy condition, have sufficient tyre tread and be sufficiently fuelled. Participants agree to wear complete motorcycle protective clothing, helmet, motorcycle gloves and boots.