Riding her way to motorcycle licence success

Following from my story last week, having done the basic handling skills and loads of pre-study on Chris Welch’s website, I applied for my learners theory test and passed!

A commotion of cheers and joy came about in Mount Maunganui VTNZ as I frolicked around and made quite a performance.

Chloe Brown at BayRide Motorcycles.

This week I’ve been practising on a learner-approved motorcycle.

Being so light and easy to ride, unlike my partner’s Ducati 999 and GSXR 1000: this little number is perfect for starting out.

Valuable skills

I thought with all the practising I’d done I would ace the restricted training. But I had to think again. With another slice of apple humble, I learnt many more valuable skills to apply to my riding.

In my opinion Chris, based on her experience and qualifications, is the highest qualified instructor in the Bay of Plenty.

If you’re planning on applying for your motorcycle licence, or even just a refresher course, it would be my highest recommendation that you choose Chris as your instructor through Bayride.

Chris is thorough with her training; teaching her students more than standard riding skills. She cares about her students’ riding future and looks after them properly, giving them the confidence to ride well.

Restricted goal

This week my goal is to practise hard and prepare for my restricted test. Then I’ll be heading down to Bayride to get advice on a bike choice, plus more.  Watch this space to find out if I pass my test.

Western Bay Driving uses Bayride Motorcycles as its contact motorcycle centre, which is open from 8am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm on Saturday.
Training is available seven days a week, so come in and speak to one of their specialists.


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