no way open road is more fun. Now traffic roads where im holding in the clutch 75% of the time are lame.jaskc78 wrote:glad to hear you're enjoying the course, but more importantly that you're taking it before you start riding.
and don't be so surprised, a lot of people have more fun on the riding exercises in the courses than just out regular riding. it's easier to enjoy the ride when you dono't have to worry about any cars or traffic lights or pedestrians or anything else, just you and the bike and lost of swerving and sweeping turns and figure 8s. it's definitely a good time.
Glad you enjoyed the course. A couple of regulars on this forum are MSF instructors, look up users LionLady and Storysunfolding.ercbf wrote:I believe in this so much, after I get a few years of riding under my belt, I plan on applying as an instructor.
I think the ESC S/TEP class is the only game in town.slimcolo wrote:While on subject of safety classes. Has anyone taken the new class taught by ABATE?
This is the Evergreen Safety Council class. I am thinking of taking this as it is the only hack class offered here. I would prefer to take a USCA class if it was here.