Get Cornering! Experience Days and Motorcycle Training are here. Come along, have a great day, and take your on road cornering skills and experience to a new level. Learn to ride those bends in a whole new way, ride into the corners with confidence and have fun at the same time!
Motorcycle Experience Days and motorcycle training from Get Cornering! are great days out, zipping and nipping around the beautiful Vale of Beaver or the landscape of the Mendips, the Cotswolds, or Mid-Wales. Get Cornering! has been trialled by 150 riders of various experience, ages and skills. It is motorcycle training at its best and is now available for all bikers with a full motorcycle licence. Choose to join in a group or have specialist 1 to 1 coaching. A fountain of new knowledge and skills awaits you!
If you’re new to biking, welcome to a great new world of freedom and fun. It’s in everyone’s interests that we arrive in style and in one piece and the ability to be a good rider is an ongoing process of learning and practice. Motorcycle training and Experience Days from Get Cornering add to your skills and personal safety and the courses really are not to be missed.
In addition to the fantastic Get Cornering! Experience days, we also provide motorcycle training for the Enhanced Rider Scheme. Not only that, we can also provide all the coaching you need to pass any of the recognised advanced motorcycle tests in the UK.
Paul Dickinson your coach, has substantial industry experience. You can have unrivalled peace of mind that your Get Cornering! Motorcycle Training or your Experience Day will be of the highest calibre. He holds a number of industry specific qualifications including a BTEC in rider coaching for standard to advanced levels, he has completed all four levels at the California Superbike School, and has about 25,000 hours on road coaching time under his belt.
“Amazing day Paul. We had a great time and your style of tuition made us feel like friends.” Steve Breakwell, Honda CB 900
“I passed my IAM test some time ago but this day is on a different level.” Andrew Boulton, Honda CBF1000