Hope this is ok to post here? My local bike instructor is wanting to increase his advanced rider training programme. I'm doing the training with him already and can honestly say that he really knows his stuff and loves what he does. He has an offer on his website for a free assesment and also for crazily low price for further training. Honestly, I think he's going a little nuts with CBT's and DAS training and wants to get out with people who can already ride, but want to sharpen their skills, hence the ?70 a day fee, though not sure how long it'll stay this low,, read on if you're interested.... Advanced Riding is a safe, progressive, skillful and enjoyable method of riding. Advanced riders are more observant and have been trained to a higher standard of riding to better anticipate changes with circumstances and surrounding conditions, they are more adept at planning their riding to create space and allow themselves time to deal with developing situations. A rider with Advanced Training is never taken by surprise, the word "suddenly" is not in their vocabulary. They are able make unobtrusive planned progress which is consistent with safety and within the law. Petersfield Motorcycle Training are pleased to offer a FREE 4-hour advanced riding assessment and demonstration with one of our Instructors. At the end of the free session, you can discuss and evaluate your particular needs and arrange for the most appropriate 1-2-1 training programme that will fulfil your specific requirements. How far you take your advanced training is up to you. Petersfield Motorcycle Training is one of the few schools in the South which is able to offer training and tests for the BMF?s Blue Riband Advanced Certificate, one of the highest award currently available to civilian riders. As in introductory offer PMT is offering training by the day (approx 5+ hours riding) at ?50 plus ?20 fuel contribution, total ?70, regardless of miles covered. Test fee is additional ?35 and the certificate is recognized by most insurers and can reduce premiums.