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Andy Smith is a former Police Motorcyclist with years of experience in motorcycle training at all levels. He offers training through 1stClassRider.co.uk, and ride outs through his newsletter blog right here. To contact Andy click here.

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Tell us what you think of us!

Hi Chums.

Thanks to all who of you who joined us on the ride to The Elan Valley. It wasn’t so wet ‘n’ windy after all. A great ride and another Sunday lunch ‘under our belt’. I’ll up date you all about the next ride out soon but the reason for this Blog is to ask you what you think of us.

For those of you who have done any training with us in the past, whether it has been Advanced, CBT or Direct Access for your initial Bike Test.

I’ve put a link button below which will take you to a google page where I am asking you to spend a moment or 2 and place a review of our Company, the Training, or the Service you’ve had.

(Good or Bad = It’s your views I want, not mine).

So if anyone would be so good as to place a comment please CLICK HERE

I would really appreciate it.


Tyrone, Steve & John.

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  1. Can I ask you all to spare a thought for Tony Dicker, a young codger of 70, who has just arrived in India, at the start of a 2,000km+ endurance ride on a Royal Enfield Bullet. Tony’s preparation for the ride was a couple of days out with Andy, which he found really helpful. In addition to the four charities nominated by EnduroIndia, Tony is raising money for Cancer Care Cymru, who support patients from the moment of diagnosis. All the admin costs of the charity are met by a trust, so every penny which is given goes to the care and support of patients. You can support the hairy old devil, by going to the websites justgiving.com/tonydicker or cancercarecymru.org. At the very least, give yourselves a treat, by going to the just giving page, to see what an ageing hippy looks like! Thanks

  2. Hi Jan.
    It’s nice to know he made it! I’ll get the photo I took of him posted on the blog.

    What a character. Good luck to him.

  3. Hi Guys,
    Just wanted to thank you all for your help passing my test. Would thoroughly recommend you to anyone and look forward to joining you on a ride out sometime soon.Once again many thanks.

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