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Tue, 05 Jul 2016
Learn to ride a motorcycle with BMW
The BMW Rider Training school is unique within the industry. The BMW badge is synonymous with quality and so is the BMW rider training school. We have a huge customer base who travel to us from around the world! Based in Royston, the school is easily accessible from across the UK and provides highly skilled and enthusiastic instructors, has the best facilities and of course, the latest BMW Motorcycles. The school is housed in a modern building with classroom, lounge, changing rooms, kitchen and toilet facilities as well as the garage for the bikes. No drafty porta-cabins on a school yard, or bike parked in some-ones back garden.
Additionally, there is a purpose built training arena which can be directly accessed from the main building. This is not shared with a school or a car park that is rented on quiet days. It is exclusively for the BMW Rider Training school and this allows greater flexibility in training dates compared to schools that rent or borrow school yards or car parks for odd days or weekends.
The A2 & Direct Access Courses are based on full days training and not training "sessions". This means that each day you will receive around seven hours of practical and theory training Beware many schools advertise "sessions" which can be as little as 4 hours of which maybe only 2-3 hours you will spend riding a bike.
Prices include fully comprehensive motorcycle insurance with no excess. This means if you damage our bikes, there is nothing extra to pay. The price also includes fuel. The fleet is replaced every year and the bike you will learn on is the latest model BMW, with heated grips, ABS and BMW Rider Equipment is provided free of charge.
The instructors are not just Direct Access qualified, they all are RoSPA Diploma Advanced Instructors or Examiners, ensuring the best quality tuition available. To find out more, or to book your A2 Motorcycle Licence or Direct Access training course, with BMW Rider Training, click below.
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