Q) Which site did you train with RJH and how was your experience in terms of facilities and treatment on arrival?
A) Eccles, Manchester
Very health & safety conscientious. All staff are bike savvy and definitely put you at ease.
Q) We all know as soon as you pass, you’re eager to get on the road! So, since passing your test with RJH, how many miles have you covered?
A) Not had chance to clock what I’ve been doing but as a rough guess I’d say 800 miles probs.
Q) The phrase ‘every day is a school day’ is commonly used – have you learnt and implemented a new technique whilst learning with RJH?
A) I am a careful rider with a good level of common sense and RJH have certainly injected some extra safety awareness fuel in there too.
Q) What’s the furthest distance you’ve travelled on your bike since passing?
A) I’ve rode to Skipton, Devil’s Bridge, Southport and Rivington up to now.
Q) Setting goals is important as it gives you long-term vision and short-term motivation – have you set yourself any for the future?
A) I will be gearing up for my test on a bigger bike after Christmas.. I’ve passed my bike theory so no excuses now.
Q) And finally, favourite instructor, and why?!
A) Graham Cook.
Very knowledgeable and certainly gave me my confidence to get on and ride a bigger bike.
Graham is extremely patient and it shows that he is very passionate about his job.