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post #1 of 5 Old Jul 16th, 2008, 11:02 am Thread Starter
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Experienced Rider Course

I would like to take the Experienced Rider Course in the next couple of months on my LT. The nearest school is off Hwy 277 south of Abilene, TX. Is anyone familiar with the school or the instructor? Recommendations? Thank you.
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Re: Experienced Rider Course

They are offering the class at CCR.

Is the one you are asking about A-1?

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I am not sure of its name or rating. Is A-1 a rating, or a business name? I am currently out of town and will check into it.
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It's the name of a M/C school that has classes all over the place.

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Re: Experienced Rider Course

The name is Abilene Safety Instruction. They offer the beginning course frequently, but only do the experienced course on a limited basis. I am concerned whether it would be worthwhile or maybe even counter productive. Any feedback would be appreciated. Taking it at the CCR would be the best, but I can't make the trip.
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