Helmet Camera – Do you need one?

In today’s traffic, there are a number of ‘incidents’ I hear of daily involving car drivers and bikers. Some of these are simply verbal altercations (usually over filtering), others are no so lucky. In the event of an insurance claim after a collision, a helmet camera can provide that necessary evidence to…

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We Have Moved!!

Think Bike Training Ltd has moved! Due to our continued growth, we have had to leave our old unit, and move into a new (to us) unit in a more centralised location. We feel that this location is much better placed in terms of accessibility as well as convenienvce. Think Bike Training Ltd are…

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Survival Reactions

Survival Reactions is popular term that’s often batted around biker circles, I would imagine primarily due to Keith Code’s Twist of the Wrist 2 book and video (available on YouTube), but what does it really mean? There are 7 that are listed, although personally I feel these can be broadened out…

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Filtering – Is it safe?

Filtering through traffic

With more and more cars hitting the roads each day, there is an increasing amount of slow traffic, particularly at rush hour, when a lot of bikers take to the roads on their daily commute, especially in the summer time. Discounting the obviously obstructive drivers, there are too many others that…

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MOT Time?

There is always a lot of discussion about MOT’s and what’s actually tested. Unfortunately, the changes to MOT tests are not always well advertised so this adds to the confusion. So what should you be checking on your bike to ensure it passes? Well for the most part, if you…

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