Alec Gore - Better Biking

advanced motorcycle riding assessment and training with an ex-police advanced rider,
holder of an IAM Motorcycle Masters and
RoSPA Diploma in Advanced Motorcycle Rider Instruction

Becoming a better biker

If you feel you would benefit from advanced motorcycling training, read on …. See what happens?

Based from Southampton and within easy reach of the great motorcycling roads of Sussex, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset, Alec allows people to ride better, safer and smoother than before. But, not just that ... he also deals with way you think about your riding, what you say to yourself as you ride and how you see yourself as a rider too.

From those just starting out on their biking careers to experienced riders, Alec will take your riding higher. Guaranteed, it will change your riding. The intention is that you should get the very best from your motorcycle and at the same time increase your safety margins. The goal is to achieve an advanced riding technique, showing confidence, accuracy, safety and a smooth, polished ride at every speed. And if you have ways of thinking that are preventing you from doing that, the additional aim is to eliminate those too.

Alec’s style delivers you a method of riding which you can use every day. The methods and the techniques will quickly become your natural style. This will allow you safe and smooth progress in even the most difficult of roads and traffic conditions.

Alec aims to deliver the highest quality observation and feedback on your riding available. This will more than meet your needs and present standard.

Having established an understanding of your riding background and experience, there will be a briefing covering riding theory and skill development. The rest of the session is spent on the road. Invariably, we find a pleasant location - friendly cafe, teahouse or pub - for a break and/or debrief at the end of the ride.

Remember that the aim is to make to you safe and for you to get the most from your bike. This may mean that at the end of a ride you ride at the same speed as you did at the start, but your safety margins are miles wider and your comfort levels on another plane.