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Read my mutterings:
Bike Breaker wrote
Why do you want to? What do you think it will give you that you can't get at home*? You won't be having midnight feasts and pillow fights in the dorm. as you'll be swotting up on your homework for the next day.
The end state of old Horses.
Slightly better than 'shot' - and there's seems to be a queue of VD posters to offer that service at the mo' . . .
What, and waste a bullet when I could stab you in the back?
windsor sam wrote
Um, it's actually because I don't drive, so am weighing up the options of getting dropped off and picked up at the beginning and end of the week, rather than every morning/evening, possibly ride in another part of the country, as well as a possible opportunity to spend some time with family and friends on the weekends prior to, and after my test week. If anyone has any suggestions, rather than citing old wives tales regarding old horses, I'd appreciate it. Thanks,
Why not give these a try, you could get there by bus. They are on the A4 at Taplowwww.motorcycle-trainer.co.uk/
I have heard a couple of bad things regarding them. I'm currently looking at Lightening Pass in Reading, or Bristol Motorcycle training centre (that one is residential!).If anyone has any feedback on these please let me know!
I think Horse knows someone at Lightning in Reading. He may have some feedback.
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