Here is a group of videos that help you to understand what advanced riding is all about. It is NOT elitist riding! ALL bikers are welcome to develop their own advanced riding skills. These videos show that ordinary bikers, just like you, can benefit from the tuition of your own personal Observer. You can be more relaxed in creating your own riding time and space. It makes your riding a sheer joy throughout whatever ride you make – no matter what the road throws at you.
In this video Chaz Davies (former World Superbike Champion) and Alan Davis(Comedian) tell you why they decided to become advanced riders.
Here you’ll see that they learn where to look, positioning the bike, leaning the bike, controlling the throttle and positive steering.
NO biker is ever too good on a bike. Roadcraft skills need continuing development and practice throughout a riding life. It makes a real difference to have a SAM Observer look at your riding and suggest how you can be a better rider. Learning how to spot hazards earlier and be reassured that you are in the best position and at the right speed to deal with them. There is always something new to learn.
‘You’re never too good to be a better rider, it’s as simple as that.’ Chas Davies World Supersport Champion (2011)
IPSGA describes the process of making riding decisions to help you ride as safe as possible. It helps you to be an alert and thinking rider with every turn of the wheels.
What’s involved with an observed ride? Here are two videos to help you understand the process.