[OntVFR] a different rider training, June 24

Sandy Cameron sandy.alexcameron at gmail.com
Sun Jun 18 20:51:04 -04 2017


I am currently traveling - but plan to be back in Toronto in Mid / Late
August. Let's talk more then

PS - about 5.5K so far on this trip - and it continues to go very well!

On Sun, Jun 18, 2017 at 8:11 AM, David I. Davidson <did at rogers.com> wrote:

> I would be.
> ---David
>
>
> On Jun 18, 2017, at 6:43 AM, Sandy Cameron <sandy.alexcameron at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> Thanks for sharing Robyn. This sounds interesting. Anybody else interested
> in a fall session?
>
> On Jun 17, 2017 9:45 AM, "Robyn B Landers" <rblanders at uwaterloo.ca> wrote:
>
> Hey all,
>
> Some of you will recognize the name Mike Moloney.  Many years ago he
> originated
> the Cycle Canada / Parry Sound sportbike rally. Later he worked for Cycle
> Canada as sales director for ten years. Oh, and he used to ride a VFR :-)
>
> I just got email from him about his latest mission. He's associated with
> the
> Peak Rider organization, and wanted us to know about a different kind of
> rider training event he's conducting at Honda Canada HQ on Saturday June
> 24.
> Here's an excerpt of his email...
>
>    "During the time in the UK I became an advanced road riding instructor
> and recently
>     upgraded that certification to advanced examiner status (currently the
> only one in
>     North America).  Advanced riding in the UK does not take the form of
> gymkhanas
>     around cones in parking lots or attempting to adapt track-based skills
> to the real
>     world of public roads.  It’s based on the way police riders are
> trained and it’s
>     highly developed.
>
>     "The Roadcraft Safety Workshop - modelled on the UK’s award-winning
> BikeSafe scheme -
>     brings this information to a North American audience.  Last year I
> presented this
>     workshop to groups in Toronto, Seattle and Eugene, Oregon.  At each
> location, it was
>     extremely well-received and the positive ripples are still being felt.
>
>     "Virtually anyone riding a motorcycle, novice to old-hand, can benefit
> from this.  I
>     developed this program for riders in the military but the material is
> equally valid
>     for anyone, it’s just a matter of how it’s presented to a specific
> group.  I thought
>     it might be of interest to your organisation, and particularly those
> who wish to be
>     better, safer riders."
>
> Here's some contact info:
>    +1 858 353 8613
>    mike at peakrider.com
>    http://www.peakrider.com
>    www.facebook.com/peakrideradventure
>
> I know many of you have done FAST and other rider training events so I
> thought
> this one might be of interest as well.
>
>
> Robyn
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