Victor feeling victorious!


A massive well done to Victor Low-Foon of East  Grinstead, we will miss that laughing face in the mornings for sure, but, as always, it’s great to help people get the result they want, especially when they work as hard at it as Victor did, from the very beginning, a CBT, onto an A1 day and through to DAS – what a result, and what a lovely review too, thanks fella:

I did my CBT and DAS with MTS through recommendation from others, so it was a no brainer even though I had another school closer to where I live. I wasn’t the best student, but the instructors made sure I had plenty of practice and they were very patient and so professional. I was so bad I had all instructors who had their own style of teaching, they were all brilliant. I took away information from each which saw me through to passing my MOD1 & MOD2. What a buzz…! Thank you MTS..!   Reason for learning to ride was unfinished business. 30 years ago, when you could buy a 125 without any experience and ride it away, I did exactly that and it was embarrassing as I have never ridden a motorbike before. After 4 Months I had an accident which put me off riding but the feeling of wanting to ride has never left me. So here we are 30 years later I decided to get back in the saddle but this time getting professional training to regain my confidence. Because of my past experience it took me a while to get to grips with riding and handling the bike on slow manoeuvres specially. I failed my MOD1 twice, but I perceived with the help from the fantastic instructors at MTS I passed on my 3rd attempt and also passed my MOD2 first time. Initially I wasn’t sure I was going to buy a bike which sounds crazy I know; the intent was to overcome my fear and finish what I started 30 years ago. Anyway, I will be getting a bike, not really sure what but a KTM Duke or MT-09 SP is on the list. Another one off my bucket list. Boom…!


Weekday and weekend CBT courses are held at CRAWLEY and EAST GRINSTEAD.