PLEASE NOTE: AA Motorcycle training, Basic Handling Skills Assessment and CBTA are currently only available in selected areas of the Bay of Plenty, Waikato, Waihi, Wellington, Otago (Dunedin and Cromwell), New Plymouth, Christchurch and Auckland (West/East/South). Basic Handling Skills Assessment and Training options are also available in Otago (Balclutha) with CBTA still to come to that area.
An introduction to the advanced riding techniques used by the Institute of Advanced Motorists motorcycle division and Emergency Services riders. The course will introduce you to the concepts of Motorcycle Roadcraft (The Police Rider’s Manual) which is internationally regarded as best practice in riding technique. You will be introduced to a system of motorcycle control that uses 5 features to consider on the approach to any actual or potential source of danger. Advanced observation, scanning, anticipation and planning skills will be developed. With practice in these techniques you will be able to ride progressively and safely with an air of quiet efficiency.
You must wear suitable protective clothing and your bike must be in warrantable condition.