We are doing training courses since 3 years now, and we think it is time to create a guestbook. In order to allow trainees who want it (anciens trainees or news trainees), to share their feeling about the course they lived with us 🙂


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  1. Clement provided excellent instruction during my course in June 2020. We had a mixture of hot sun and rain which turned out to be a perfect combination to practice in.

    Don’t think about it – just do it!

  2. What is and what is not an experienced, skillful rider with ability to analyze the situation on the road, being critical to himself and his skills just as much as to the others around him? With riders licence in hand for 3 years (till 2018th), I thought that licence holding years equals the level of personal skills. Turns out, the situation is a bit different.
    Clem was able to show me that the hands, your very own hands are not the only way how to affect the bike. That the body – the same whole body of yours – is a very capable and effective instrument you may be not aware of. That the fear, unsecurity, doubts are maybe the worst enemy of every rider; and his training course actually helps to understand the fear, which helps to overcome it. You just have to be ready to accept the fact that you are afraid, that you don’t know how to do what you strive for.

    But if you think that you will be teached how to ride the GP8 in 30 sec or lower in 3 days, you may be wrong. He will get a good foundation in you, but the rest depends entirely on you. Only the training (and the training in different conditions – clear, warm and sunny as well as cold, rainy and windy conditions) will help you to improve yourself as a rider.

    Good luck!

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