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More than 50,000 people a year qualify for a full bike licence in the UK, often taking the the plunge to get on a bike only after months of even years of thinking about it. But training in the UK is very hit and miss, with many schools offering instruction which is poor or even dangerous. On top of this, the motorcycle test falls woefully short of what is needed to produce a safe, skilful rider. This book teaches new riders how to become confident and safe on the road. It's the first book to show beginners how to choose an excellent bike training school, to monitor their own training, and to start riding with a full complement of real-world survival skills. It also covers post-test improvement, the causes of the most common accidents (written by a police accident investigator), and advice on getting back into biking after a long break. And it emphasizes the fun and joy of bike riding.
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