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A Recap of Your Gateway to
Slow Control Confidence

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List of Training Lessons in the Vault

Slow riding is more than just a skill. It’s a critical aspect of riding that is very often ignored or overlooked in the quest for higher speed riding.

Expand the list below - In bold are the Lessons you'll get.

1. Introduction
2. Holding The Bars
3. The Riders Posture

4. Pulling Away and Stopping
5. Riding On Tick-Over
6. Riding With One Hand
7. Understanding The Bikes Feedback
8. Using the Clutch
9. Mastering Motorcycle Stability
10. The Figure of 8 (Fig-of-8)
11. The U-Turn

12. Standing Up
13. Counterbalancing

14. Awkward Situations
15. Dealing With Hills
16. Manual Handling Skills
17. Where and How To Park
18. Limited View at Junctions
19. Cambers and Gradients
20. Controlling Panic – Mind Over Matter!

Learn how to
Master Slow Control

All 20 lessons listed in drop down panel

Every Lesson has 5 different learning modules:-

1. Training Videos – Detailed information about each lesson

2. Podcast – An audio lesson to listen to on the move

3. Instructor Tip – A snippet of information from instructors

4. eBook – An in-depth look into each lesson

5. Quiz – To check on your progress through the course

Lesson 01 - Introduction

Think about a track rider who perfects their skills with constant practise, riding the same circuit over and over again.

You too can learn through correct advice, coaching and repetition.

Lesson 6 - Riding With One Hand

With our guidance, what seemed terrifying will become second nature.

You’ll learn to interpret the constant feedback from your bike, making adjustments that ensure stability and control.

Lesson 13 - Counterbalancing

Start your journey today to become a more skilled, confident rider.

This isn’t just a course; it’s your pathway to mastering the art and intricacies of slow control.

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Visualisation

When you can’t carry out physical practise, you can still learn to enhance and build your riding skills.

The power of visualising when learning new skills should not be underestimated.

When you truly understand a technique or new skill mentally, your practical ability rises by a minimum of 20%.

A small investment now has huge results later on, which saves you damage to your bike and repair costs.

Make Sure You Are Ready

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