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CT Experienced Rider Course, 17 May 2014, Waterbury, CT
« on: March 18, 2014, 03:39:18 pm »
There will be an experienced rider course on 17 May, 2014 at the Naugatuck Community College in Waterbury, CT.

NOTE: to attend this course, you MUST sign up with the actual rider course: you can also sign up on the COG calendar but that will NOT reserve a slot in the actual course!

To join, go to the web page here    download the student information packet under the "Get Registered" tab, fill out the form and submit it via mail (real main- USPS) or FAX. A quick phone call to make sure there are open slots available would be a great idea as these things tend to fill up pretty fast. There are only 12 slots available to start with (12 slots for motorcycles, passengers do not take up a 'slot').

This course is available to both riders AND passengers so could be of great interest to COGgers who ride 2-up a lot. Andrea has been asked several times by COG pillions is there are any training or skills enhancement courses available where a passenger can actually participate, and this is the one. Perfect for anyone looking to improve riding skills and maybe gain a bit of extra confidence when riding with a passenger. Perfect for new or not so new passengers looking for a bit more confidence too.

As a plus, this particular course is being taught by our own Steve Smith so when we do make a mistake, at least it is a friend chuckling at us about it and who doesn't want that?

Before anyone asks, I do not know if there is a limit on non- human passengers; both Kirby and Mr. Elkhoof are going to want to attend and probably Andrea as well so I will have to check.

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