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    Default Need Bikers' Advice

    Hello all,

    I'm currently contemplating getting a Class 2A licence. *backside itchy* i havent been riding for the last 12 years, after a serious accident. have been driving since then. its just that i miss getting on a bike and i wanna get a bigger one if i were to ride again. i need to find out what the 2A course entails? (given the fact that i hv been outta touch for so long) I dun wanna embarass myself at the driving center. Don't think a trainee on a 2A bike will actually fall, and i dun wanna be the 1st!hahaha..

    What is being taught for the 2A course?

    is there a refresher course or something?
    checked the website, they have refresher course for Class 3, but not bikes.

    even if i were to get the licence, the bike will only be used sparingly, when i wanna 'feel the wind'.

    thanks in advance guys and gals.

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    Default Re: Need Bikers' Advice

    same stuff as in 2B but include bumpy course

    Quote Originally Posted by niki View Post
    Hello all,

    I'm currently contemplating getting a Class 2A licence. *backside itchy* i havent been riding for the last 12 years, after a serious accident. have been driving since then. its just that i miss getting on a bike and i wanna get a bigger one if i were to ride again. i need to find out what the 2A course entails? (given the fact that i hv been outta touch for so long) I dun wanna embarass myself at the driving center. Don't think a trainee on a 2A bike will actually fall, and i dun wanna be the 1st!hahaha..

    What is being taught for the 2A course?

    is there a refresher course or something?
    checked the website, they have refresher course for Class 3, but not bikes.

    even if i were to get the licence, the bike will only be used sparingly, when i wanna 'feel the wind'.

    thanks in advance guys and gals.

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    Default Re: Need Bikers' Advice

    basically same stuffs but you are using a slightly bigger bike, and you are not treat like a rookie.
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    Default Re: Need Bikers' Advice

    oic. thanks for the replies.

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