25 Aug 2012

Minimal Competency

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Most beginners at any sport are “minimally competent”. They’ve just learned the skills and need more experience and training to get better. Practicing the correct techniques creates good habits.  Ask any golfer or skiier how long it takes to become proficient … it doesn’t happen overnight! Additional training and coaching can help.  Consider taking the MSF BRC2 Experienced RiderCourse on your own bike. As one of our past students said after taking a course, “I’ve been riding since the mid 60’s. I thought I was pretty much aware of what a good rider knew but BIG APPLE has given me insight I may not have had or used and proves you can teach an old dog new tricks!” Check the registration page for upcoming courses and check it out for yourself!

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