Bike Riding Training School
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Yemmy Oke on July 3, 2016 at 8:52 pm said:
The training made me see motorcycling is serious business. Safety cannot be over emphasized. Instructors are fantastic! Thanks Kanu and John!
Tonye Bozimo on June 8, 2015 at 7:36 am said:
I attended the Introduction to Motorcycling class in June 2015 and I have to say it was an absolutely fantastic experience for me. I have no complaints.
It was very enlightening and the all the instructors are patient and experienced to show you all facets of motorcycling even at this introductory stage. Most of us “civilians” only see the glitz and the glamor of biking which is a mistake. Its a serious pastime and these kind courses are critical to staying alive.
I am very happy to recommend this course to anyone even if you don’t have concrete plans of becoming a biker just yet. And if the introduction was this good, the subsequent ones must be even more amazing.
Kanu and John – you guys rock!!!
Bring on Level One guys!!!
SAMOG on May 15, 2014 at 3:51 pm said:
A year after my Superbike training with REL, I finally completed the Advanced Level 3 Rider training. Several months before now, the thought of ‘what else could I learn about riding?’ always filled by mind until I learnt of the new Advanced Level 3 training offered by REL.
On that very day of the training, I had a fantastic riding and learning experience – the weather, the roads, the riding equipment, the instructor and my ‘liver’ all co-operated with me. I had one-on-one opportunity for a professional instructor observation. For example, from within 2 minutes into the session, I got pulled over to the roadside by my instructor and guess what? The learning and fun had just begun! And so it was on and on, and on, and on …
Convincingly, the instructors remain truly professional all the way as they worked with me before-during-and-after the Level 3 training to see that I achieved my training goals. I enjoyed very well the exceptional coaching style as I observe my instructor probed and guided me to figure out the right answers to the particular riding challenge; talk about endurance, cornering, smart lane-changing (wow!) etc. I must commend also, the conversational skill of the instructor, it helped me to relax and focus on the task of the day.
Finally, I cannot forget so quickly, as I recall the drills and especially what Kanu put me through along the bypass – all I can say to Kanu is …there is God ooooo!
ono on January 25, 2014 at 7:46 pm said:
If your a new rider and you wanna stay alive..then come to this school. They are on point with their training and what they tell you keeps ringing in your head even after you’re done. Big ups to them. I give them 4 out of 5 stars. The last star missing for not putting our set pictures on dis site.
Moweta Chris on November 11, 2013 at 7:12 pm said:
I am impressed with what i have seen and the testimonials.
Joining the classes soon.
God bless you.
Jack on June 4, 2013 at 1:52 pm said:
“Remember, Mirror, Mirror, Shoulder Shoulder!” “Kill your blinkers!” “Remember the after blinker maneuver!” “Speed up! Is there a problem?” “Watch! I’m going to drop the bike using only one finger!” **Passenger Screams!!!!**** ***Another gets weak knees and heart palpitations”
These were the voices in my head. Some of them have become my own.
I thought I knew how to ride. I used to own a bike a while ago. I thought maybe I just needed a refresher course to build back my confidence. After the first class, I remember lying down in bed. My body hurt … and all I could think was … “Enh? So na so God dey save person?” Every time I had been out on the road before, I was a danger to myself and a potential danger to others. Everything I thought I knew about riding, I was taught the opposite. And I’m glad for it.
I have a new confidence to ride, and the skills to go with it.
So, to Kanu, Sobag, Segun, Johnson and John (A comedy team if I ever saw one), A big thank you, and God bless you!!!!
Hope I can join you guys for a ride sometime.
Btw … I have a 2010 R6 and lovin it!
amaka anowi on April 18, 2013 at 9:45 am said:
Hmmmm, where to start from? I had been a faithful pillion for a little over 9yrs riding with the PHC Hard Riders. It was all a wonderful experience from the word “go” such that i lured my younger sister into being a loyal pillion as i once was(lol). Today i have graduated (after 9yrs) to a rider, all thanks to Sobag and Kanu and not forgetting the EVER patient, friendly and warm Johnson. The riding school experience was never scary for me especially as i had been a pillion for sooo long. However, it was a new skill acquisition i can now proudly boast about. I learnt the riding etiquette which you do not get from being just a pillion. I met and made new friends, who made every riding class an experience to look forward to. I remember the ” kill your blinker” instruction faithfully delivered by Johnson and Kanu. I “HATED” the ‘kill your blinkers”, ‘increase your speed”,…… instructions over the radio from Johnson and Kanu while in riding school, However today when I ride I hear all the instructions and warnings in my head given to me by my instructors and when I apply them I smile and remember how the very thing i once “hated’ today is my LIFE SAVER when riding. The riding school is a MUST GO for every intending rider and existing riders who are willing to perfect their skills, as the instructors are committed( they are there before 7am at every class), they are personally interested in every individual students success, and will not hold back on offering their seasoned advices and recommendations at every point in time. Oh did i mention the wonderfulllllll sandwiches we always had at classes, served with spicy chicken wings and cold Sprite? aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh I need to go and re-learn this riding again: kai…(grins) All in all, it was/is a wonderful experience and innovation for every rider: intending and existing. Big ups to Kanu, Sobag and the ever loyal Johnson for making riding school worth every dime and time!!
olayinka Elegbede on March 19, 2013 at 9:59 am said:
I was part of the Feb 2013 class, fortunately for us, we were 2 in the class. Being 2 meant we did everything much faster, focus was high and there was a healthy competition to ‘get it first’. I am so glad i took the course even though i had started some riding prior to it, the teaching was practical real and real time. I remember when they told us in the 3rd class we were hitting the road, I was ‘shockprised’ but we’d hit the road.
I now ride a Kawasaki Z750R, 2011…all I remember on the bike is ‘mirror mirror, shoulder shoulder’ and John’s voice telling me to ‘kill’ the trafficator after my turns. I always remember to slow down thanks to Johnson’s persistent echoes on the radio and Kanu’s warnings on the hazards of the road. Sobags, the 12 sec warning is ever on my visor as i take slow turns (getting better at that one). I tell people to go to riding school every time these days, it is worth it.
Buchanan on January 22, 2013 at 9:36 pm said:
More than anything I’d like to say thank you to the instructors for the time and effort they put into this training. Their passion for riding means that people like me who didn’t know better can now confidently get on a bike and move around with the knowledge and skills needed to ride safe.
Captain Briggs Eric on January 21, 2013 at 11:20 pm said:
I was also one of the three students during the August training session.Permit me to convey my entire experience in three words:’Thorough,Cordial and Frightening’.Firstly the sessions were packed with Theoritical,audiovisual and practical modules.Yet at the end of each day of training you look forward to meeting the lovly people you struggled through it all with, once more.Finally, the frightening aspect comes in cases while riding,you seem to hear ‘KANU’s voice warning against an action.Almost seems the mentoring gets spiritual.’Infact i would like him to know that i eventually informed my wife of the training sessions as adviced,and eventually earned her support’.Personally,i would like to use this medium to thank Kanu,Segun,ighedoise and the team for the truly selfless patience and zeal with which they followed through the sessions.IT WAS TOTAL.We are truly greatful and assure you that you would only hear great/ positive things of us.
I would like to also suggest that certificates be issued to participants.As an endorsement from our internationally recognised instructors.Some of Us would cherish this.’RIDE YOUR RIDE GUYS’ Godbless Easy Riders
Jatau Kuyet on January 21, 2013 at 6:27 pm said:
I participated during the month of October 2012 session and i know i was very sleepy the first class…but all i can say is this…anyone reading this…easy riders training class is more than you riding a bike…is about you, who you are, why you exist, what you want, where you are going, how you want to get there, when you want to get there…Easy riders will help establish that…so when u actually begin to ride…you know…just ride your ride and dont get shot by the arrow waiting for you.Lol!!! peace
edebiri Elegon on January 21, 2013 at 1:23 pm said:
I received exceptional training from you guys and it has always been a part of my riding.
Every riding session brings with it a new lesson and a better understanding of how my bike responds to different situations BUT that solid fundamental bike training i had has kept me VERY SAFE so far and I intend to keep it that way.
Lotanna Anajemba on January 17, 2013 at 4:42 pm said:
I thought I knew how to ride, I thought I understood the dynamics of riding, I thought I knew it all….till I came to the riding school….then I knew I was wrong.
I decided to start afresh ,unlearn all the terrible habits of how not to ride and keep an open mind. I was shocked and impressed at what I learn in 4 weeks.
I can now confidently say I am a better rider than I could have ever imagined. I’m even a better driver now! Riding school I would say is one of the best things I have done this year and yes I will recommend more people to come learn how to ride and be a better driver.
Kudos to Kalu, Sobag and all the instructors.
Keep the flag riding…….
My bike is a 2013 Kawasaki Z1000…….
Tayo Ayoola on January 16, 2013 at 9:17 am said:
I feel fortunate to have met seasoned trainers at the begining of my riding career which I started at age 55. Better still, the training is continuous. With Kanu and Sobag as our foremost trainers, safety standards at the ERMC remains high and every member should continue to have a wonderful riding experience My first bike, a Kawasaki Ninja 1000(2011) is so much fun because of the effectiveness of the courses.
Olusegun Bayode on December 31, 2012 at 4:27 am said:
I was one of the three participants during August 2012 motorcycle training session. I must say with all sense of humility that I was impressed by how the training was conducted through out. My two instructors were able to deliver quality training and even after the training, whenever you put a call across to any of the instructors for assistance/advise, they are always there for you. I now confidently ride a 2003 Yamaha R6. Every time I ride this bike, I remember my instructors advise depending on the situation playing out. I now keep a diary of my riding experience with lessons learnt.
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