MTS Sussex, a motorcycle rider training school in West Sussex and Surrey, have announced a price reduction in their Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) courses through February and March 2017. This is part of celebrating their fifth year in business, in which time they have grown from one, to four separate locations. They have training and administrative bases in Crawley, Burgess Hill, East Grinstead, and Haywards Heath.
They have reduced the cost by 10% from £110 to £99. This offer includes the use of a bike or a moped.
Those wishing to book a training course can telephone 01293 850802.
MTS opened their latest training base at The Mill Primary Academy, Crawley, West Sussex RH11 0EL. The entrance is in Southwater Close, and this is the only motorcycle training school with a CBT site actually in Crawley. It is located very close to Ifield train station and directly on a bus route, so getting there is easy. Free, secure parking is provided.
The training area has lots of room for students to practice manoeuvres and get comfortable with their riding skills before they are taken out onto the quiet, local roads. The location also has a classroom, kitchen and toilet facilities. Students can enjoy a hot drink while listening to the instructors. A map of the training area’s location can be found at this page https://mtssussex.co.uk/location/cbt-training-cour…
MTS Sussex is looking forward to growing on the success of last year, and has two new instructors starting in the coming weeks. Also, they have invested heavily in motorcycles, and have completed their new fleet of Yamaha bikes, having bought their sixth DAS MT-07 a few weeks ago, along with two lowered MT-07’s and two A2 restricted MT-07s.
MTS Sussex offers all levels of motorcycle rider training, from CBT, A1, A2, DAS, as well as Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) Training.
ERS training helps a motorcyclist develop their existing riding skills, and may also assist them to get insurance discounts. The ERS scheme is open to all riders with a full motorbike licence, irrespective of the size of the motorcycle, or the level of experience of the rider. The primary purpose it to keep motorcycle riding skills up to date, and to increase the motorcyclist’s overall abilities, confidence and safety. There is no test involved.
MTS Sussex You Tube video can be seen at https://youtu.be/K9UOLXmkqCQ
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