Andrew Anderson © 2012 The Happy Biker All Rights Reserved
I wanted to create a “How to Series”, to show, help and explain, what some of us do naturally or by instinct most of the time.
But then I thought about this for a while and came to one of my oldest philosophies, go on you can ask . . . ok here it is:
“The wheel has already been invent and I do not like to spend time trying to re-invent a perfectly good idea”
Quote I heard from Brian Clough “Good footballers are not born that good, they are trained to be that good”. Similarly this can be said about most . . . , and change the saying in this instance to say;
“Good Motorcyclists are not born that good, they are trained to be that good”, and some have natural tendencies that are enhanced by good training.
Without a willingness to learn no matter how much training one receives, the person receiving the training will not reach there own full potential.
At times competent riders may miss the obvious and fail to truly perceive and recognise what is seen and act upon the information to ride better and with more confidence.
The IAM & RoSPA are about "progress where safe to do so" That does not mean speeding,
it means looking well ahead and flowing in through and around obstacles; be they
vehicles, traffic controls, junctions etc, without interrupting other road users
movements or cause them to take action on you being there. Want to know more?
Solent Advanced Motorcyclists. OR RoADAR Hants.
This really should be on your list of things to do, the techniques of “The System
of Advanced Riding” are not special, but obvious and waiting for you to use the
information, which will get you there quicker and safer.
Anyway have a look at these sites if you need that extra help to understand more
about your own riding or even want to become a better rider! A few Organisations
and Trainers are to the right on this page, which I hope are self explanatory and
are for all types of bikers.
Now this is the one for not re-inventing the wheel, lazymotorbike.eu takes time Start on the “Basics” page and look at the headings on the left hand menu, I have spent hours here.
All the best and Happy Biking.