Nick Newton joins RJH
He has many years experience as an instructor and in that time has taught many people to ride safely.
He has experience in the Derbyshire and North Manchester areas with.
Sylvia Eager joins RJH
She has experience in the Cheshire and Manchester areas with various bike schools.
Sylvia qualified with RJH back in 2011, and has decided to come back to as she describes “the best bike school in the country”
Mick Harrison joins RJH Group
He has over fifteen years experience as an instructor and in that time has taught many people to ride safely.
Graham has now qualified as DAS Instructor!
This means CBT Training is available 7 days a week.
Graham is also qualified to teach DAS & Advanced.
Home grown Graham passed his full bike test with us some years ago,
then decided to train to become an Instructor and join RJH
RJH Launches Instagram
Very Pleased to announce that Graham Cook has decided to accept & commit to RJH Full time as our Chief CBT Instructor!!
He is what Robert calls “Home Grown”
Congrats Graham, looking forward to working with you in the future and those of you that know Graham will agree he is the man for the role.
RJH adds lighter, 2016 model DAS bikes fitted with ABS brakes to the fleet, to ensure your learning is on modern well maintained bikes.
RJH Introduces Kenwood/Autocom to the Instructor bikes, to ensure clear communications at all times during road training.
RJH Introduces Drift HD camera’s to the Instructor bikes, to aid in the learning/developing riding stages.
Graham Cook Motorbike Instructor joins RJH
RJH website goes Ecommerce
Ian Fisher DVSA Motorbike Instructor joins RJH
RJH launches Motorcycle Training Directory
RJH Website becomes mobile responsive
RJH celebrates 10 years in business
RJH launches Google+ Page
RJH negotiates the services of The Web Design Company
RJH launches Twitter Page
Lisa Simpson joins RJH
RJH relocates all Motorbike Training & HQ to Manchester
New Motorbike 2-part Test introduced nationally
Module 1 contains the specified manoeuvres element of the test which is conducted off – road. It includes exercises designed to assess the riders ability to control the machines safely, including the avoidance and emergency stop exercises. Module 2 includes an eyesight test, and 40 minutes of on – road riding, assessing the riders ability to safely interact with other road users.