New Rider Training Course
Compulsory Basic Training
ERS (Enhanced Rider Scheme) Motorcycle Training
Forget expensive modifications, bigger engines, lightweight this & that, get more from your motorbike and your riding with the enhanced rider scheme. Your instructor will help make your riding more enjoyable, you will develop your existing riding skills and may also get insurance discounts with most motorcycle insurance brokers! Once you’ve finished you’ll probably agree that you can achieve far more with your motorbike than most modifications can offer!The scheme is designed for all riders with a full motorbike licence, regardless the size of bike or experience of rider, it is aimed to keep your riding skills up to date and increase your ability, confidence and safety. There is no test involved, your instructor will assess your riding and discuss any areas he / she feels could be improved, it’s also important that you make your instructor aware of the areas you want to improve too, after all, this is your course so it’s important that you feel the benefits.
Once you’ve discussed the areas which could be worked on, the rest of the course is used to do just that until you are both satisfied with the outcome, at which point you will be issued with a certificate of competence, and in turn may receive insurance discounts!
Apart from saving you money on motorcycle insurance, the course is good for addressing those areas which may have been quietly nagging away at you; it gives you one to one instruction to really get to grips in a pressure free situation which in turn builds confidence and makes you feel a great sense of achievement.
So how much will ERS Training cost?
£150 for the day - compare that to a new set of pipes or a power commander and you will see your money is well spent, after all the skills you develop from an ERS are with you for your riding lifetime, no matter what motorbike you’re on.
Please note: For your safety you must be able to communicate in English & have a basic knowledge of the highway code to complete any training with MTS. You must also wear appropriate clothing and footwear and without this you will be sent away and forfeit your training and fees. The list is non exhaustive but includes a minimum of jeans without holes, rips, tears, not shorts, skirts or track suits, and you must have boots (non steel toe cap) for all training beyond CBT, and sturdy footwear (ideally boots non steel toe cap), not sandals, Crocs, deck shoes or similar for CBT.